Happy Writing Goal News!!

Hello Bloglandia! Now, while I had an announcement to make today, I wasn't expecting to get to make two announcements...the first of which is super exciting.... I've had a story accepted by First Line Literary Journal!!! Okay, this isn't a huge magazine with world renown, but it was my goal this year to get a … Continue reading Happy Writing Goal News!!

November’s Featured Story: Dragon Trouble

It's a new month and that means it's time for a new story! November's short story features dragons, cheeky humor, and...asparagus. I wrote this one some time last year, but have recently given a little revision polish, so without further ado, guard your damsels in distress because we've got.... Dragon Trouble A geneticist binge-watched too … Continue reading November’s Featured Story: Dragon Trouble

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Do Some Reading While I’m Away

Hello Bloglandia! So, I'm in France. I know, it's a tough life as a writer. But just because I'm sipping wine and wandering around with a baguette (and Finn McSpool) jauntily sticking out of my satchel, doesn't mean I've forgotten about you. In fact, I had this post planned long before I left because I … Continue reading Do Some Reading While I’m Away

Free Books for Your Friday (Fantasy & Sci-Fi)

Hey Bloglandia, I'm still on a brief blog break while dealing with Scary Health Issue, but I wanted to make sure you were stocked up with reading material for the weekend! I've got a huge selection of super-discounted and free Fantasy & Sci-Fi tomes eagerly looking to entertain you! Neither of these promos require you … Continue reading Free Books for Your Friday (Fantasy & Sci-Fi)

Throwing Down the Reading Gauntlet

Reading. It should be a means of escape. A way to unwind after a long day of reality. A way to curl up with a tasty beverage and relax. It's not! It's a means to win things and to beat out the competition!!! Well, in the summer anyway. Summer Reading Programs - Bring it On!! … Continue reading Throwing Down the Reading Gauntlet