Book Review #26: The Unanswered Questions by Lauren D. Fulter

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to another indie book review! Usually I switch between indie books and traditionally published books, but I’ve been waiting for the chance to read this book, and I personally know the other and talk to her occasionally on Instagram, so there was no way I was gonna pass up on the… Continue reading Book Review #26: The Unanswered Questions by Lauren D. Fulter

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #11: The One Thing I Hated About Writing This Book

Hello Dear Reader! There’s less than two weeks left until the release of Card Holders: Red Blood, and I hope you’re as excited as I am about it finally coming out! This will be the second-to-last blog post for this series, which will be coming to a sad end next Sunday. For today, I’ll be… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #11: The One Thing I Hated About Writing This Book

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #10: Specifics on Unbound Powers

Hello Dear Reader! I hope your holiday season has been going well despite the pandemic. I hope you’ve found some way to spend time with the family members who live far away from you. Just know I’ll still be sending you smiles! For today’s blog post, I’m going to be delving deeper into the specifics… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #10: Specifics on Unbound Powers

Merry Christmas! Deleted Scene from Card Holders: Red Blood

Merry Christmas Dear Reader! I hope you're having a happy holidays and that the rest of 2020 is going well for you! Today, I have a deleted scene from my new book coming out in February 2021, Card Holders: Red Blood. I hope you enjoy!      “Daddy?” I heard a light, young voice call out.… Continue reading Merry Christmas! Deleted Scene from Card Holders: Red Blood

Book Review #22: A Grim Affair by Rachel Stanley

Hello Dear Reader! I have an indie read for you today, and it’s something I haven’t quite encountered before, so it was super interesting for me personally. If you like my review by the time you finishing reading it and decide it’s your kind of read, I hope you find it super intriguing and a… Continue reading Book Review #22: A Grim Affair by Rachel Stanley

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #8: About the Tournament Mentioned in the Back-Cover Summary

Hello Dear Reader! Is it really already the middle of November? Is it seriously this close to the end of the year? The year 2020 is coming to an end, and I along with everyone else am looking forward to it. Anyway, if you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I posted the back-cover… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #8: About the Tournament Mentioned in the Back-Cover Summary

Happy Halloween! Another One of My Favorite Scenes from Red Blood

Happy Halloween Dear Reader! I hope you're all safe and healthy on this spooky night. Trick-or-treating isn't exactly the safest thing to do tonight, but if you are going to go trick-or-treating, please be safe! Today, I'll be sharing another one of my favorite scenes from Card Holders: Red Blood. This scene is from Chapter… Continue reading Happy Halloween! Another One of My Favorite Scenes from Red Blood

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #7: How Fun it was Writing Fight Scenes

Hello Dear Reader! I can’t believe it’s almost the end of October! Time flies by so fast, I just want it to slow down for a while. Still, that also means we’re less than week away from another one of my favorite scenes from Card Holders: Red Blood, which I will be posting on the… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #7: How Fun it was Writing Fight Scenes

Book Review #16: Broken Aether by S.G. Bacon

Hello Dear Reader! Fun fact about this read: This book is by an author whose book I’ve reviewed before, so S.G. Bacon is the first author ever to have more than one review on this blog! This book is quite different from her fantasy trilogy The Prophecy War, as its genre is more historical fiction,… Continue reading Book Review #16: Broken Aether by S.G. Bacon

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