My Writing

Rose’s Wrath is Here! Plus a Blog Tour

Yup, that's right! Rose's Wrath is officially (and finally) published! Eeekk!!! Only the eBook version is available right now, but the paperback will be ready next Friday! There's also a blog tour running from now until April 4th AND a giveaway that will be on Instagram soon! The run-down of the blog tour is as… Continue reading Rose’s Wrath is Here! Plus a Blog Tour

Writing Tips

Bad Reviews Suck… But It's Not the End of the World

As most of you know, I'm in the act of publishing my debut novel! I've had multiple people read it in exchange for a review, and while most were encouraging, I did get a two-star review (disclaimer: I'm not upset with the person who wrote the review. I asked for an honest opinion and that's… Continue reading Bad Reviews Suck… But It's Not the End of the World

Writing Tips

Healthy Family Relationships Need to be a Thing

Hey all! I'm back today with another hot take on the things that lack in literature, specifically YA. Today it's alllll about families! If you didn't get the gist of it from the title, I'm pretty disappointed with the lack of representation for healthy family dynamics. Listen, I get it. There are a lot of… Continue reading Healthy Family Relationships Need to be a Thing

Writing Tips

Why the “Strong, Independent Woman” Cliche in Literature is Harmful

This post might not sit well with everyone, and you might disagree, but I ask that you all please keep your comments respectful. Thanks! If you've read any novel written in the last ten years, you're bound to have seen the strong, kick-butt woman stereotype. They're either the lead or play a pivotal role in… Continue reading Why the “Strong, Independent Woman” Cliche in Literature is Harmful

My Writing

Rose’s Wrath: Chapter One

It's release month! Yay! I can't believe there will be physical copies of Rose's Wrath available in just twenty something days! *gasps* In the meantime, I'll be sharing the first chapter with you all! Hopefully it gets you interested in reading the whole thing! *** The scent of blood filled Cerise‚Äôs nostrils, flooding her with… Continue reading Rose’s Wrath: Chapter One

Writing Tips

Why Diversity is Important in Novels

Today's post is something I'm pretty passionate about, so I think it's time to talk about it! For most people, diversity is either something they see as a big negative when reading, or the exact opposite. Unfortunately, we're in an age where hearing the word diversity can make us hesitant. The problem with the word… Continue reading Why Diversity is Important in Novels

Poetry

And So I’ve Let You Go: A Poem

Because of some crazy posting that will be happening in the next few weeks, today's post is a small poem that hopefully you'll enjoy! Before I share it though, I'd like to say that the editing for Rose's Wrath is just about complete! A few tweaks here and there, but besides that, we're good to… Continue reading And So I’ve Let You Go: A Poem

Writing Tips

Why Editing is Crucial, No Matter What

Hello my lovely readers! As many of you know, I have been busy editing Rose's Wrath and trying to get it ready for publication! Now, I'll be honest here: I absolutely HATE editing. It's the bane of my writing existence. Even the thought of it makes me annoyed. And I've been editing Rose's Wrath for… Continue reading Why Editing is Crucial, No Matter What

My Writing

Novella Announcement!

Hello all! I'm excited to share some news with you all today, and that is that there will be a novella in the Rose's War series! As of now, there has just been Rose's Wrath and the unnamed sequel, but I'm including a novella from Pan's POV! When I first started writing Rose's Wrath, I… Continue reading Novella Announcement!