"Watch your thoughts, they become your words. Watch your words, they become your actions. Watch your actions, they become your habits. Watch your habits, they become your character. Watch your character, it becomes your destiny." I’m not sure where I originally heard this and when I looked it up, it looks like even the internet… Continue reading Keep Showing Up
Category: Hidden Mythics Trilogy
The nymphs from Greek Mythology, particularly the tree nymphs or dryads, are wandering the modern world in this urban fantasy trilogy. (Quaking Soul #1)
Hidden Mythics II Update #2 – Still in Need of a Title
Some books name themselves. Zap Dragon and Discarded Dragons certainly did and it was incredibly nice to have a title early on. Other books, however, remain elusive. If I'm being totally honest, I still don't love the title Mystery of the Golden Shells but I had to make a decision and this was the best I had at that point.… Continue reading Hidden Mythics II Update #2 – Still in Need of a Title
Hidden Mythics II Update #1
Back when I was posting updates about the progress on Quaking Soul, I referred to the manuscript as a monster that needed to be tamed. In hindsight, it wasn't as huge of a monster as I believed. At least, not in comparison to its sequel. The sequel has some massive teeth! The current manuscript weighs… Continue reading Hidden Mythics II Update #1
Hopelessly Hopeful’s Quaking Soul Review
So I tried to reblog this from Mollie's site and for some reason it didn't work. I apologize if I'm simply being blond and this posts twice. Mollie over at Hopelessly Hopeful posted a wonderful Review of Quaking Soul yesterday and I'd love to share it. Plus it helps Mollie get some visibility as well… Continue reading Hopelessly Hopeful’s Quaking Soul Review
Bookish Beyond’s Review of Quaking Soul!
Way back in 2013 when I worked with seven other writers to publish our own book of short stories, we did a Goodreads giveaway with the book. I've always wanted to run another giveaway on Goodreads but the most cost effective way of running them is with the KDP version of a book, and I… Continue reading Giveaway Time!
This post was supposed to be a book trailer. That's what my calendar has scheduled and those words have been glaring at me for months, literally. It's not often that, as an author advertises and talks about her upcoming book, you hear about the stumbles that happen along the way. But I've always felt that… Continue reading Perfect Timing