Hello Amazing Readers! It’s time for the last post in the Jockey Trouble Adventure. If you missed part one, two, or three, you can read them or here’s a quick recap: You and your metal horse, Coaster, were on the train heading to a race, but when you reached your destination and started unloading Coaster, a… Continue reading Jockey Trouble – Jump Off the Train
I grew up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The forests there are beautiful, sprawling things with spruce and pine and aspens. When it warms up, the dry heat makes the pine sap fragrant, like a candle but way better. So at one point in time, I’m not sure when it was, when I was… Continue reading Forest is too Generic a Term!
Hello Amazing Readers! It’s time for part three of the Jockey Trouble Adventure story. If you missed part one or two, you can read them or here’s a quick recap: You and your metal horse, Coaster, were on the train heading to a race, but when you reached your destination and started unloading Coaster, a… Continue reading Jockey Trouble – Fight the Man
When I started blogging, I found I really enjoyed interacting with other bloggers. Unlike social media sites, complete strangers seemed to care what kinds of comments they were leaving. Their comments were aimed at starting conversations or connecting with a post and I loved that I could be talking with someone on the opposite side… Continue reading On a More Personal Note
Hello Amazing Readers! It's time for part two of the Jockey Trouble Adventure story. If you missed part one, you can read it here or here's a quick recap: You and your metal horse, Coaster, were on the train heading to a race you're sure to win, but when you reached your destination and started… Continue reading Jockey Trouble – Jump on the Train
There comes a time when an artist has to call her work finished and let it go. Let it into the world for others to see. It's exhilarating and terrifying all at the same time but if you don't let the work go, you'll forever be editing and the art will never reach a point… Continue reading Tomorrow’s the Day!
Hello amazing readers. This month I started writing the rough draft to Hidden Mythics II, the Quaking Soul sequel. Usually I don't try to blog while writing something big, but I recently watched a lecture by Mary Robinette Kowel about writing short fiction and really like her way of writing flash fiction. It clicked for… Continue reading Jockey Trouble
I had a difficult time choosing this excerpt! Because this is an adventure book, you actually get to meet Blain a couple different ways depending on which path you take through the book and all of the ways you encounter Blain are fun, but here's one of the encounters. Hope you enjoy =) Publication Date: September… Continue reading Blain – Discarded Dragons Excerpt