Cinnamon Sugar Doughnuts

If you grew up similar to me, then you grew up on cinnamon sugar toast on Saturday mornings after watching cartoons while your parents slept. Man, I still love it today even in my 40s. This morning, I woke up and decided to make doughnuts! However, I was out of regular all purpose flour AND... Continue Reading →

Kale Salad

I LOVE kale salad. I know, I know, it isn’t for everyone, but once I realized how to make it, I fell in love with it. The trick for me… is to wash and pat dry the kale, then (in a big bowl) drizzle olive oil on it (maybe a tablespoon’s worth or more depending... Continue Reading →

10 Ways to Find Motivation

Last week I went on vacation and my writing slump felt like it was coming to an end. Then I realized that maybe I hadn't been paying enough attention to myself. Maybe I was neglecting what my body and mind needs. Suddenly, the school year was over and I was on a beach without a... Continue Reading →

Free Copy!!

Did you miss your chance to win a free copy of The Girl Who Saw Words? Never fear... I scored you one! Hurry! Free Copy   Happy Reading!! Please leave a review! I would love to hear your thoughts!! (If the link doesn't work anymore, leave me a comment please and I will fix it.)

Book Launch Party

THE BOOK LAUNCH PARTY IS ON!!!! I tend to write in different genres. I love writing all things horror, short stories with surprise endings, but I also LOVE writing young adult and children's books. I wish I could write lovely romantic stories, but it just doesn't call my name. My latest book, The Girl Who Saw Words,... Continue Reading →

Someone Else’s Love Story

So far this summer, I have read one full young adult trilogy (The Internment Chronicles), two books in a young adult series (Red Queen Series) and impatiently waiting for the third, am currently reading Six of Crows (young adult yet again), and I also read the book pictured above (Someone Else's Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson).... Continue Reading →

“The Student”

Last summer, I started my first flash fiction challenge. I only made it through the first two challenges out of four. That is alright though. The fun of making myself write in areas that I am not the most familiar is good for me. It challenged me and that is the point of the challenge...at... Continue Reading →

Real or not…

I prefer to hold a book in my hands.  A real book. Maybe that is because I am 40 years old and grew up without the choice of a "real" book or an electronic version. I grew up in a rural county  without a computer in the house and where we could not have cable... Continue Reading →

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