My short story got published!

My short story—The Guardian Monster—is now published and available through Cloaked Press! Here's a link. You can even find my name under their meet our author family section. It’s on the beautiful front cover as well! This is my first published short story, so it's the longest work that I've ever published up to this … Continue reading My short story got published!

Is it to lie or to lay?

Lay, lie, laying, lain, etc. always get mixed up. It's hard to keep them straight since they're so similar. So, I'm going to break them down with some examples that'll hopefully clear everything up. Lay To lay means to put or set something down. The character has a thing in their hand and places it … Continue reading Is it to lie or to lay?

ARC Review — Dragons in the Clouds

Title: Dragons in the CloudsAuthor: David Blair Genre: Children's fantasyPages: 101 pagesPublication date: November 16, 2018 Thank you, David Blair, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Dragons in the Clouds begins as a charming story that a father tells his daughter. He explains that thunder and tornadoes are … Continue reading ARC Review — Dragons in the Clouds

Author Interview — Rita A. Rubin

Recently, I posted a review on Amulet of Wishes, and now I get the chance to interview the wonderful Rita A. Rubin. I hope you enjoy. What has influenced you the most as a writer? Other books, I'd say. Especially fantasy books. For Amulet of Wishes, did plot or characters come first? Characters. Derek and … Continue reading Author Interview — Rita A. Rubin

ARC Review — Amulet of Wishes

Title: Amulet of WishesAuthor: Rita A. RubinGenre: YA FantasyPages: 344 pagesPublication date: April 28, 2021 Thank you, Rita A. Rubin, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Amulet of Wishes follows Derek, a boy with a haunting past and a promising future as he trains to become a … Continue reading ARC Review — Amulet of Wishes

Book review – The Girl Who Drank the Moon (Spoiler Free)

"Knowledge is power, but it is a terrible power when it is hoarded and hidden." Title: The Girl Who Drank the MoonAuthor: Kelly BarnhillGenre: MG FantasyPages: 388 pagesPublication date: August 9, 2016 I won this book for free on Twitter, but I can't remember when or how it all went down. All I know is … Continue reading Book review – The Girl Who Drank the Moon (Spoiler Free)

2021 goal updates

I found that I'm better at achieving my goals if I write them down and then check back on them later. So, in December, I wrote down some goals that I'm going to go through now. Get a job in publishing Kind of. I have been applying to publishing jobs since January, but I haven't … Continue reading 2021 goal updates

Introducing Dragon Editing Services

I'm launching a freelance editorial service called Dragon Editing Services. This has been a work in progress. I'm glad it's finally coming together. I provide three editing services: Manuscript CritiqueCopyeditingProofreading A manuscript critique evaluates your story’s strengths and weaknesses. You will receive an editorial letter with a plan of action to bring your story to … Continue reading Introducing Dragon Editing Services

Top 9 fantasy books I’ve read so far

I thought this would be a fun post to do. According to Goodreads, I've read over 430 books. I've been keeping track of them since 7th or 8th grade. So, this could be a cool post to see which ones have stood out the most in the past ten years. Now, the books won't be … Continue reading Top 9 fantasy books I’ve read so far

Fantasy Book Tag

Since my birthday was last weekend, I decided to do a fun book tag of my favorite genres: fantasy. I found this book tag over at Zezee with Books. WHAT IS THE LONGEST FANTASY SERIES THAT YOU HAVE EVER READ? I thought it was going to be Cassandra Clare, but technically those books are split … Continue reading Fantasy Book Tag