Now, hold up a moment, nobody get offended. Let me fully explain this before you make any judgments. It was about three, maybe even four, years ago that I decided I wanted to have a blog. My friend Mailli Brown had one (Not this one I’m linking to, but one on blogger), I thought it … Continue reading If At First You Don’t Succeed You Probably Didn’t Prepare Well Enough
When most people hear this phrase, they think about the intangible tools of writing; plot, characterization, tension, etc. But I want to talk about the actual, physical tools of writing. Notebooks These are probably one of the most critical tools you can have. There's something about writing your thoughts in a notebook that's just so … Continue reading The Tools of Writing
That's right! Free books! (Those two words always excite me.) Yes, I know it's not Saturday, but I have an announcement to make! I recently got a Wattpad account and have the entirety of Lilithantha: A Most Wonderfully Gruesome Tale and Age of War: Book One, Alliance of Wolves up and ready to be read! … Continue reading Guess What? You Can Read Some of My Novels For Free!
Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: When I started writing Magic Stones, there were five siblings; Jasper, Jasmine, Ruby, Topaz and Emerald. I finished writing the first book Reign of Chaos and was working on the second when I had a friend start acting as my editor. (Yeah, I was totally jumping the gun.) I cleaned up … Continue reading The End of Topaz
On my About Page, I mention that I’m homeschooled. Now, I don’t know if you know any homeschoolers, and if you do they might be some of the weird homeschoolers. I mean, weirder than we are. But I’d really like to debunk a few things about homeschooling because it bothers me when people have incorrect … Continue reading A Bit About Homeschooling