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

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

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

Another One of My Favorite Scenes from Gray Heart

Hello Dear Reader! Happy April Fools! Seriously, be happy, because this is no joke. Although this particular is pretty short, it's still a scene from Gray Heart that I'd love to share with you. So, I hope you enjoy! Scene Start! (Also, spoilers!) I remember this all too well, how that disaster happened. “Kenneth, are… Continue reading Another One of My Favorite Scenes from Gray Heart

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!