This is going to be short, but let’s go! It is almost time for the end of the year. It’s September, and the countdown has begun. It’s time for the holidays to come, for the weather to go up and down like a roller coaster, and (crossing fingers) stop telling you that the books are… Continue reading The Season is Changing
I made a list of the tropes I loved, so let’s talk about the ones I don’t like. I would not say I hate them or that I won’t read them if the premise isn’t interesting, but I won’t gravitate to them. I will also mention that some of the tropes on here are also… Continue reading The Opposite of My Tropes
What’s a story without the tropes? Love them or hate them, they will be there, and the only thing that matters is how you feel about that trope.
Whoo, it’s been a long time since I’ve been here making any sort of comment from my corner of the world. Let me just say, my corner got more than a little busy and it has nothing to do with the holidays. I can say, things have calmed down, but I don’t expect them… Continue reading Burr-Baby-Burr!
I want to know which do you prefer to read or to watch television? And think of it as one or the other and no middle ground, like the answer of yes or no. I want to know, while I tell you which one I prefer. The answer is… Reading! Long before I started reading,… Continue reading Another Thoughtful Question
I am not sure if this is so much an age-old problem that all writers come across or if it was one of my fears. Around last year — I’m not sure when — there was a moment when I thought I would have a dry writing period once again. By dry period,… Continue reading Age-Old Question or Not
Time For An Update! It’s six months into the year, halfway finished, and I figured this was as good a time as any to do an update of what I have been up to. First, as a reminder — as those of you know — I revealed the cover of my upcoming contemporary romance… Continue reading Mid Year Updates
I'm doing a Podcast. Here a brief reason why.
Rambling about manga and light novels.
*cues whimsical music.* The light from the rays of sunlight brightens the leaves’ greenery and grass — casting shadows against the trees’ dark wood. Bare-foot and alone, my dress and locs flairs out around me as I spin in circles on the balls of my feet. I threw my head back, my eyes are closed,… Continue reading Fairytales