There are many reasons I decided to be my own publisher. Here are three of those reasons.
Do you want to read more this year? Have you ever wanted to gain exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the life of an author? When you join my exclusive book club, you gain all this and more. Curious to learn more? Keep reading! What is My Book Club? Think of my book club as your go-to … Continue reading Where to Find Exclusive Book Updates + More
As a writer, you're your own worst critic. You put yourself out there, leaving yourself completely vulnerable. It makes sense that we want our work to be the best it can be. But, being your own worst critic, it's easy to let that voice in your head get the best of you and convince you … Continue reading What to Do When Your Writing Sucks: Overcoming Negative Thoughts
The final hours of 2020 are upon us. If you're like me, you had high hopes for this year. It was the start of a new decade after all! How couldn't it be the year that sets the bar as to what a "great year" looks like? But 2020 had other plans in store for … Continue reading Bye, 2020: A Look to the Future + How to Set Realistic Goals
Death and taxes are the only guarantees in life. While taxes may scare some, death is what many are truly terrified of. It makes sense. There's no way of knowing what happens after death. The fear of the unknown plays a major role in this, but then there's also the fact that death is a … Continue reading Remembering Death: A Post-Mortem Breakdown of Unus Annus
If you've spent any amount of time online, especially on Twitter or any writing forum, you've probably heard of NaNoWriMo. While at first it may seem like a jumble of letters, I assure you that NaNoWriMo is far more than that. Let's take at what exactly NaNoWriMo is and how you can participate in this … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: NaNoWriMo
Author's note: This story is protected by copyright. Reproduction and distribution of this short story without the written permission is restricted. This short story was a challenge I created for myself. I wanted to see if I could tell a story only through dialogue. It's quite a unique story. It may be a bit confusing … Continue reading E2: A Short Story
The day has finally come when we bridge the gap between the real-life Dracula and the modern-day vampire we love to hate—Edward Cullen. At first glance, the relationship between Vlad Dracula and Edward Cullen is an impossible connection. But that's comparing fact to fiction. Although, even when comparing either the novel or many film adaptations … Continue reading Vampires: A New Generation of Vampires
Last week we talked about the origin of vampires, focusing on Vlad the Impaler. This week, we'll take a look at how vampires made their way into the horror world centuries later.
A few weeks—maybe months, who even knows anymore—back, I wrote a blog about starting a book in 15 minutes or less. In that, I talked about the importance of creating an outline. While I highly encourage you to check out the entire blog post, in a nutshell, I wrote that an outline is important because … Continue reading Outlining Made Easy: The Importance & How-To Guide