I can't believe it has taken me this long to let you guys, my wonderful blog subscribers, know about this! On April 1st 2019 I officially launched the Kickstarter for my debut novel, Ghosts Be Gone. On the Kickstarter page, you have many choices between the rewards which include but are not limited to: A… Continue reading Ghosts Be Gone – Kickstarter
My newest Submission to a contest didn't work out so you can have a look at this short story! “Can I have a dollar?” An older man in his ratty, smelly clothes watched as I pushed a few coins into the washer. The homeless man invaded my personal space. He stood almost close enough… Continue reading I Need a Dollar – Short Story
A Christmas-themed short story written in 2018.
As I let you know with my last post, I would be doing NaNoWriMo. And I managed to finish it. NaNoWriMo may have taken away my social life, stopped me from posting on social media and my website, stopped me from reading any books, and gave me one too many late nights. Actually didn't sleep… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2018 Complete!
So, I’ve decided that this year I’ll be participating in NaNoWriMo for the very first time. If you don’t know what NaNoWriMo is, its name is actually National Novel Writing Month and the website is https://nanowrimo.org if you want more information. I’ve got an amazing story about a man who hunts spirits for his job… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2018
I RATE THIS NOVEL THREE OF FIVE STARS!Treasure Planet, by Kiki Thorpe has been a lovely hit of nostalgia. I haven't seen Disney's Treasure Planet in many years and instead of watching the movie again, I decided to read the book, so this review is in no way a recollection or a comparison between the… Continue reading Treasure Planet – Review
Many things have happened recently that have changed my life, the person I thought was the love of my life left me, I got a job as an early childhood educator, I moved houses again (this time to be closer to work), and I’m writing a novel I have dubbed Worldbuilding Essentials – A Guide… Continue reading Announcing Worldbuilding Essentials
I RATE THIS NOVEL FOUR OF FIVE STARS! Holes, by Louis Sachar, is a lovely and sad little tale about a teenage boy named Stanley Yelnats (quite interesting having someone's full name spelt the same backwards and forwards) who was sent to a juvenile correctional camp. Who could've known that when a pair of sneakers… Continue reading Holes – Review
Some writers, especially ones of either fantasy or science fiction novels ask themselves, how many characters are too many? I myself asked myself this question when I first started realizing I might have a few too many characters. There are many ways to answer this and I will try to break it down for you… Continue reading How many characters is too many?
After a long break I’m back and with plans for the future!