What is Tapas? If you're here, you probably already know, so I'll make this quick 😉 Tapas is a free web comic and novel app. accessible via a phone, tablet, or a computer. Tapas provides free and paid comics and books to read--and that free content is good. Content such as Joanne Kwan's Demon House... Continue Reading →

I Painted Feathers

I painted feathers. In preparation for creating an illustrated novel, I've been taking time each week to practice watercolor. I've been holding a dark fairytale close to my heart for years now. The story focuses on a siren and as I imagined underwater scenes and a castle by the sea, I knew watercolor was the... Continue Reading →

Soul Prison

I'm officially announcing the title of my new novel and doing that sweet, sweet cover reveal. My mailing list saw it first, but if you're reading this, now it's your turn 😀 Soul Prison is a side story in The Necromancer series and focuses on Cecile and her undead family as they make a pitstop... Continue Reading →

You can be a mom (or parent) and write too. There, I said it. I remember the rush I felt when I saw the plus sign on my pregnancy test and how I ran out into the night and snow to tell my husband we were having a baby—and then I remember the morning sickness... Continue Reading →

If you're a writer, you've likely heard of Wattpad. What started out as a free platform for writers to write and readers to read became one of the largest writing apps to date. Wattpad now boasts over 70 millions users, publishing deals, and a few movies. For those authors who have had success, Wattpad has... Continue Reading →

Death Made Me Do is Officially Published!

Necromancy is illegal, but Cecile knew that before the destruction and carnage she left behind in the basement of Silverbrook General. With the government on the hunt and a mysterious dimension spawning less than a mile from Star River, the last thing on her mind is school. Grieving and disconnected from friends and family, does... Continue Reading →

4 Affordable Editing Options

Whether you've finished your first novel or you're an experienced publisher, editing isn't always a service you can afford. There are a lot of options when it comes to more affordable editing and we'll go through a couple of them. When I first published in 2012, I found an editor on Kijiji or Craigslist. I... Continue Reading →

Show Your Work

My blog is getting a makeover. Not physically, but spiritually. I've had this blog for some time. For years I really didn't know what to do with it, but now I think I have a better idea of what it's for, and how myself and this little space I have on the internet can be... Continue Reading →

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