Join Us For Our First Ever Indie Roundtable Read!

Hullo, fam! 🥳 I hope June has been nice and warm for you so far! (Or as warm as it could get for those south of the Equator, or those feeling the British weather. 😬) If you’re free later today, I’d like to invite you to join me and some indie author friends for ourContinue reading “Join Us For Our First Ever Indie Roundtable Read!”

The State of November: NaNoWriMo, Hotel Fen II, Holiday & New Year Plans

Wow, November’s gone by in a blur. I’d had a number of things planned, but other things – good things! 😊 – happened along the way and derailed me. While I’m not yet able to announce what those things are, let’s just say that they’ve taken priority, hence my lack of replies in the pastContinue reading “The State of November: NaNoWriMo, Hotel Fen II, Holiday & New Year Plans”

Hotel Fen: A #Halloween Pick at N. N. Light’s Book Heaven #giveaway #urbanfantasy #norse #writingcommunity

Happy Halloween, unicorns and wolves and everyone in between! 🦄🐺 Just sharing once again that Hotel Fen is a Halloween pick over at N. N. Light’s Book Heaven! Check out the page for a spooky excerpt, plus get a chance to win a $16 Amazon gift card by joining the raffle. Enjoy! Are you readyContinue reading “Hotel Fen: A #Halloween Pick at N. N. Light’s Book Heaven #giveaway #urbanfantasy #norse #writingcommunity”

Monthly Roundup: Hotel Fen, New Songs, Upcoming Events

Wow, it’s the end of October already! It’s been a really busy month for me, between all the changes and developments at work, the efforts on the writing front, and some other stuff offline. I managed to update my blog daily for the entire month, meet many lovely new people, attend several writing and writing-adjacentContinue reading “Monthly Roundup: Hotel Fen, New Songs, Upcoming Events”

#FeatureFriday: Shepherd Girl by Sara Flower Kjeldsen

Today’s feature is a new historical fiction novel by one of my lovely new author and blogger friends, Sara Flower Kjeldsen. Shepherd Girl follows the life of Zara, a simple girl with a good heart and a fierce spirit. She starts out with a simple dream of becoming a shepherd, but “life happened” (as weContinue reading “#FeatureFriday: Shepherd Girl by Sara Flower Kjeldsen”

#IndieFeature: A Day’s Dreams by Emi Higashiyama

Today I’m sharing with you A Day’s Dreams, a short fiction piece by Emi Higashiyama. 💖 It’s a fascinating read, so much that it’s now on my to do list to read more about Ottoman history and culture sometime soon. The story tells us about harems, women’s role in Ottoman society, palace intrigue, and successionContinue reading “#IndieFeature: A Day’s Dreams by Emi Higashiyama”

#IndieFeature: The Mystery of Sherlock Lake by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

It’s the last week of October and we’re well into the spooky season, so I’m delighted to share with you The Mystery of Sherlock Lake by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue. This is her entry to the Vocal Media Fiction Competition. It’s a short but sweet read (only 1,892 words) about two new friends, Nick and Danny, whoContinue reading “#IndieFeature: The Mystery of Sherlock Lake by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue”

New Songs Alert!

That’s right, songs, plural. To wrap up the spooky season, two brand new Hotel Fen songs will be released back-to-back this October 31 and November 1! 👻 Let Me Be tells of a woman longing to see the person she loves once again. For those who have read the book, this might be an unexpectedContinue reading “New Songs Alert!”

#FeatureFriday: Quantum Wanderlust by Staci Troilo (and Friends)

I’m a sucker for time travel and time-related themes. Name a time flick and I’ve probably seen and loved it: Predestination, ARQ, Edge of Tomorrow, The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Age of Adaline, Interstellar, to name a few. Books, too: the TimeRiders series is an absolute favorite, as well as The Time Traveler’s Wife novel,Continue reading “#FeatureFriday: Quantum Wanderlust by Staci Troilo (and Friends)”

#WIPWednesday: Four Thousand Miles

Not a new book, but a new Hotel Fen song! While it isn’t the only one in the pipeline — I’ve already finished six other songs for the book soundtrack, outside of Elevator and Writings on the Window — this happens to be the latest one I’m working on. If you paid close attention toContinue reading “#WIPWednesday: Four Thousand Miles”