On Being a College Student: The Great Balancing Act

Hello Dear Reader! I’m about a month into the semester, and I’m happy to say I’ve adjusted to the rhythm of things! Fortunately for me, because I’m a business major and many of my previous classes have been online, it didn’t take long for me to adjust to having all of my classes online. Though,… Continue reading On Being a College Student: The Great Balancing Act

Book Review #15: Thalgor’s Witch by Nancy Holland

Hello Dear Reader! This book review is on a romance fantasy book that is something I’ve never really encountered before. It revolves around a young witch named Erwyn, whose objective is to take the young girl with her named Felyn to the Wise Witches to know more about the girl’s curse. Unfortunately for her, she… Continue reading Book Review #15: Thalgor’s Witch by Nancy Holland

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #5: Creating Neela Blydes

Hello Dear Reader! If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I put out the official art of the main character of the Card Holders series, Neela Blydes! If you haven’t seen her, and you’d like to, just click here. A short seventeen-year-old girl with a lot of spunk, Neela is my favorite original… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #5: Creating Neela Blydes

My Birthday! One of My Favorite Scenes from Card Holders: Red Blood

Hello Dear Reader! I turn 21 today! In celebration of this milestone, I won't be drinking alcohol in a non-religious setting (a.k.a a church) for the first time. Rather, I'll be sharing with you one of my favorite scenes from my book, Card Holders: Red Blood. This scene is from Chapter 2 of my book,… Continue reading My Birthday! One of My Favorite Scenes from Card Holders: Red Blood

What It’s Like Working on Multiple Projects at a Time

Hello Dear Reader! The first week of college classes is officially over, and that means it’s just going to get a lot harder and more crammed from here. Still, that’s not going to stop me from doing my best to keep up with all the projects I’ve assigned myself… and there are quite a few.… Continue reading What It’s Like Working on Multiple Projects at a Time

Book Review #14: Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks

Hello Dear Reader! For this one, I took a break from reading indie books because I’ve been buying them as ebooks. At some point, I staring at screens so much, my eyes were starting to feel strained. Anyway, I found this book by Nicholas Sparks at a bookstore for a heavenly price, and I’m excited… Continue reading Book Review #14: Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #4: The Card System of Card Holders

Hello Dear Reader! Less than two weeks left until the Fall semester starts for my university, and I’m spending as much time as I can writing, prepping my newsletter, and making and scheduling new content for Instagram and Facebook. Yes, I’ll be attempting to give my author page on FB a little reboot, and you… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #4: The Card System of Card Holders

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #3: About Unbound Powers

Hello Dear Reader! I know it’s not a Sunday, but I had a really big exam this past Tuesday, and I really wanted to focus on that. Fortunately, summer classes are now over, and I’m excited to allocate more of my time towards my writing venture. That includes this blog post, which I could’ve waited… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #3: About Unbound Powers

Book Review #13: Becoming Banshee by Kimberly Quay

Hello Dear Reader! I’ve finished reading another indie book, and it’s the debut novel of the amazing Kimberly Quay, so go check her out @authorkimberlyquay on Instagram. She’s an amazing person and fun to talk to, and she’s been really supportive of me. Anyway, let’s get on with it! Becoming Banshee is an urban fantasy… Continue reading Book Review #13: Becoming Banshee by Kimberly Quay

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #2: Basics on the World of Card Holders

Hello Dear Reader! I can’t believe it’s already almost the end of July! I feel like only two weeks have gone by since summer vacation started, not three whole months. This summer has kept me busy because of summer classes, especially the one I’m taking right now, but not enough to keep me from writing… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #2: Basics on the World of Card Holders