Today is the release of the new edition of my latest novel, A Penny Lost with a brand new cover! If you haven’t yet purchased the book, you can find it here. If you’ve already bought and read the first of the Penelope Grace trilogy, you might be wondering if Penny’s powers are really possible. … Continue reading Penelope Grace: Are her Powers Impossible?
Hey Readers! A Penny Lost has been taken on by World Castle Publishing and will be re-released on January 15, 2018. Didn’t get a chance to purchase A Penny Lost before? Mark your calendars and buy it as soon as it becomes available! Check out this new cover and tell me what you think at @achickadee9 Penelope … Continue reading Mark Your Calendars
With National Novel Writing Month starting this week, it’s time to stretch the fingers and ready the keyboards because both are about to get quite the workout for the next 30 days. Usually, I take this time to take one of my many unused novel ideas and blossoming it into a solid first draft. However, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Are You Ready?
It’s officially here! My latest novel, A Penny Lost, is available to purchase. You can buy it on Kindle or on print. I cannot thank enough the people who worked with me on this grand, exciting project. When you read my book and finds that it makes sense, you too can thank my editor Ashley … Continue reading Five Fun Facts about A Penny Lost
In less than 15 days, my newest YA novel A Penny Lost will be officially released. You can pre order the Kindle now here. Penelope Grace, usually forgotten under the shadow of her twin sister’s perfection, tries her hardest to hide her freakish ability to see into anyone’s soul. Until she senses an unusual energy … Continue reading Kindle Book A Penny Lost Available for Pre-Order
Like the episode itself, my review for the Valentines Day Supergirl story is a bit late. Between the episode’s air date and now, I’ve been reading both positive and negative reviews of the TV show and noticed most people missed a major point I think the show is trying to make. I’ll admit I myself … Continue reading How Supergirl’s Valentines Day Episode Challenges Stereotypes
On Thursday night, November 3rd at 10:30pm, the last scene of the newly released Doctor Stranger faded to black. As an avid Marvel fan and frequent theater attendee, I was used to the crowd bursting into applause after a Marvel film. Despite the fact that the creators and makers weren’t there themselves, appreciation for the … Continue reading Silence After Doctor Strange
Today, I decided to be a productive person. This was quickly followed by a nap, some light reading, and then a work out which consisted of pacing from one end of my house to the other, wondering what to do next. *sigh* Thankfully at around 4:30, a surge of energy reminded me that I had … Continue reading The Wrench in My Plans
ISBN: 1484709675 Genre: Juvenile Paranormal Mystery I pride myself that I was able to spread out this wonderful book for a full week. This took a lot of self control as The Creeping Shadow is book four of the Lockwood and Co series (a series about a small, independent ghost hunting agency run entirely by … Continue reading The Creeping Shadow by Jonathon Stroud
The Big Thing: How to Complete Your Creative Project Even if You’re a Lazy, Self-Doubting Procrastinator Like Me by Phyllis Korkki ISBN #: 062384309 Genre: Nonfiction Pretty much every single person I’ve ever met has “a big idea,” some great thing they want to create. Quite possibly a world altering idea but, unfortunately, that’s where … Continue reading The Big Thing by Phyllis Korkki