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Nether Soul Release, Blog Tour & #Giveaway

Today, Bonnie Rae releases her second book in the Nether Trilogy, Nether Soul. Nether World was the last place Ava Walker pictured spending the rest of her life, but after her mother’s murder, she had no choice. In order to save her little sister, Ava made a deal with the Devil, an unbreakable vow to […]

Book Review: Nether Bound (Book 1) by Bonnie Rae

Summary: Seventeen year old Ava Walker has everything a girl could ask for. She’s captain of the cheer squad, has tons of friends, and could easily have any guy she wants. Being popular is easy. Lying about her entire life, on the other hand, isn’t. Since she was little, Ava has had a connection with […]

ICYMI: Neil Gaiman offering some #AmWriting #WriteMotivation

I LOVE this speech. I LOVE Neil Gaiman. And I want this speech for all those days when that little negative voice screams at me. If you have those days too, please, revisit this speech, listen to his words! He speaks the truth! It’s OK not to know what you are doing! “If you don’t […]

Twenty thousand words! 20k! Holy WOW! & #WriteMotivation

A fathom-able achievement? Yesterday, I achieved 20,000 words on my WIP#1. While it may not sound like a lot to you weathered novelists, it is super fantastic to me! I’m skipping, singing, jumping up and down, dancing, twirling. I’ve made it to 20,000 words on a single story! YAY! This is starting to become solid for […]

Everyone needs a little #WriteMotivation

If you follow me on Twitter, you may occasionally see requests for some #writemotivation or me cheering on some other writer who needs a boost. We all have our downs sometimes. We get in a funk. We just don’t want to do it anymore. Or we find ourselves second guessing our ability or determination or whatever. Writing […]

Skeleton Lake, by Angela Kulig — Review

Skeleton Lake by Angela Kulig My rating: 2 of 5 stars All the reviews I read made me want to read this book. I was so excited when I received my copy and couldn’t wait to read it. From the first chapter, I was completely lost. I had no clue what was being said. Maybe […]

My Second Published Story

Source: KazkaPress.Net KazkaPress.Net selected my story for publication for a second month in a row! KazkaPress does offer some amazing prompts for their speculative flash fiction requests. I’ve enjoyed it immensely! And, have reveled in the fact I’ve been published…TWICE! Drake’s Hoard is now live! Here’s what KazkaPress wanted for the November Contest: The November 2011 issue […]

October Flash Fiction Contest Winner & Publication with KazkaPress

Source: KazkaPress.Net As many of you know, I recently signed my first publishing deal. If you didn’t know, you may be interested to read about it here. If you are interested in reading my piece, you can read it off KazkaPress.Net. Please understand, parts of this are real, and parts are not. We were to […]

My First Publishing Deal

Source: KazkaPress.Net Back in September, a fellow writer friend on Twitter (@mohio73) tweeted about a flash fiction contest from @Kazkapress. Since I’ve been doing several Flash Fiction pieces lately, and have found them incredibly fascinating, I looked forward to the 1st of October when Kazka Press would reveal their prompt and requirements for their Flash […]

Critique Group rejection — Just as bad as an MS rejection?

Currently, I am a part of an online critique group that I love. I love the interactions, support, and guidance that we all share with each other. I love the convenience of it. But you know what I don’t like about it? We can never meet face to face and have the personal time that […]

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