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My Poem in Auroras & Blossoms!

What better way is there to start October than with a brand new poetry journal? I’m excited to announce that I’ve been accepted into the inaugural issue of Auroras & Blossoms! It’s out today on Amazon, and it’s chock-full of positivity poems to lift your spirits, share experiences, and motivate you. Plus, it includes extra […]

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How to Ruin an Ending in One Easy Move

The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (1945) was a fantastic movie. Heartbreaking, suspenseful, psychological. Yes, one hour and 15 minutes of it was great. The last 5 minutes, however, were¬†horrendous. You see, this movie suffered from Cop-out Ending Disorder, and it ruined the entire thing. Spoilers are included in this post, but don’t worry. If […]

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Monday Thoughts on Creativity: Fiction Binoculars

When Monday is a national holiday, it gets a pass. One of the most important things creativity can be used for is not necessarily pushing your own views, but zooming in on something that needs more attention. In Joe Compton’s Amongst the Killing, it was how multidimensional the pain of loss can be and that¬†it […]

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NaNoWriMo Novel and Temp Cover Reveal!

It’s October 3 and that means the NaNoWriMo site has been rebooted, and it’s waiting for you to announce your NaNo novel! So here I am announcing mine. During November this year, I’m going to write a novella with the temporary title¬†Greed, and here’s my temporary book cover, which I made myself and ended up […]

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LOCKE AND KEYE IS FINISHED!

I’m so excited to announce that last night I finished the final draft of Locke and Keye and sent it off to my editor! It has been quite a long haul full of unexpected changes and complete turnarounds from the original idea. I started out with the concept of a 10,000 word novelette based on […]

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Interviewed by Too Full To Write!

I’m thrilled¬†to be featured on Too Full To Write¬†today. I was interviewed by¬†David Ellis, a fellow author who writes poetry, short stories, and flash fiction. He also took part in 2016’s NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month), and you can see the poems he wrote throughout the month here. In our interview, I discuss why I […]

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