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

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

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

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #1: An Introduction to the Card Holders Series

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to the first blog post of this new series titled after my new book coming out in February 2021, Red Blood, the first book of the Card Holders series. It’s a five-book series written in the first person in new main character Neela Blyde’s perspective. I’ll be talking about her on… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #1: An Introduction to the Card Holders Series

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #6: Writing Kanna and Kenneth

Hello Dear Reader! Sorry for my absence last week. Final exams were a doozy, but I managed to pass all of them! I’m especially super proud of my final exam grade in financial accounting because I got an A. Anyway! You’re not here to hear me rant about how happy I am about my grades.… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #6: Writing Kanna and Kenneth

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #5: Two of My Favorite Things about Gray Heart

Hello Dear Reader! Happy Easter! I know we can’t really do much on this holiday because of the virus, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. My family and I ordered take out from Cheddar’s, and we’ll definitely be eating the leftovers tonight for dinner. Food was amazing as always, especially their honey croissants.… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #5: Two of My Favorite Things about Gray Heart

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #4: The Hardest Part about Writing This Book

Hello dear reader! We are less than a month away from Gray Heart’s release! Woo! I know I didn’t post another update to this series last week, but I do hope you enjoyed the book review I posted along with the other scene from Gray Heart uploaded on April 1st. If you haven’t read them… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #4: The Hardest Part about Writing This Book

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #3: Where Will Kanna be Going Now? Going Overseas!

Hello Dear Reader! I hope you have been faring well staying indoors because of the virus. Not going out has been taking its toll on me. Fortunately, a lot of things have been keeping me busy such as this blog, my Instagram profile, and an exam that I’ll be taking tomorrow. Wish me luck! With… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #3: Where Will Kanna be Going Now? Going Overseas!

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #2: How Gray Heart was the Easiest Book to Write in the Trilogy

Hello Dear Reader! I just wanted to start this off by saying I hope you all are happy, healthy, especially healthy, and safe. There has been a lot going on because of the virus. All of my classes are going to start being given via online lectures, my upcoming exams are going to be given… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #2: How Gray Heart was the Easiest Book to Write in the Trilogy