Fiction Kingdom- Upcoming Release

I posted on Facebook and Tik Tok already but I am SUPER excited to announce my first book! Fiction Kingdom is a multi-genre, short story collection. It has some previously published stories as well as brand new ones! I am super thankful to United Faedom Publishing for signing me on and helping me make this... Continue Reading →

Trouble Down Under by Robert Mackey

(The Amazing and Ludicrous Adventures of Doctor Antonio) (Volume 3) Dr. Antonio and his girlfriend Plum finally thought they could get some downtime after their nautical adventures in Trouble on the High Seas. But then their new alien friends Jim and AB materialize in their rainforest home, and Antonio and the gang realize there is... Continue Reading →

To Be Read pt 8

Here are 12 more books that you should definitely check out! Though I haven't read them all, they all look like great books.    The Cursed Girl Sixteen-year-old Eva is a witch who lived in Spain, in the year 1230. She met a boy named Jonathan who would become her whole world. Everything was normal... Continue Reading →

The Patient

The first thing I noticed about my newest client as she stepped into the room were her eyes. The dark blue was rimmed in black, just like mine. I had inherited that trait from my father and I rarely saw it in other people. She introduced herself without a name, which I respected, and we... Continue Reading →

To Be Read pt 7

Here are another twelve books to add to your to read list! Are you liking these lists? Have any suggestions? Leave a comment or email me at Stay tuned for a list of Amazon author pages you should follow! Love and Omissions What happens when the one who let you get away, walks back... Continue Reading →

Painting Your Stories Through Showing

I wrote an article for Writing Bad on the popular "show don't tell" concept that is thrown at writers left and right. Here is an excerpt of it and the link for the full thing!  Recognizing the Difference Between Showing vs Telling Firstly, you need to know the difference between showing and telling. Telling is abstract, passive, and takes... Continue Reading →

Unicorn Meat 7

“She…she …talks? You have a talking Faeline?” he said, though his gaze never left her.

“Well we kinda have each other.” I said before narrowing my eyes. “Don’t they all talk?”

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