Astrological Sign – Leo. Myers-Briggs Personality type – INFJ. Harry Potter House – Slytherin. Ambitious, determined, and analytical.
I first discovered my love and passion for writing at the age of 12. I was in 6th grade when I had my first publication, a poem – Home is Here.
I was hooked. I started spending a lot of my free time attempting screenplays, short stories, and novels. It became my dream to publish a book, whether it was successful or not. But, with each new project, I struggled with self-confidence and the fear of failure. That was, until my most recent project – The Wanderer Trilogy. It is a unique story with a great plot and dynamic characters – something I never mastered before. And yes, I still keep my old writings to laugh at and learn from. Now that I am finally published, I feel much more confident in future writings.
I really hope you enjoy the plethora of stories that I hope to write in years to come! Feel free to follow me for the latest updates on my current projects!
My favorite genres to both read and write are fantasy and science-fiction. Why? Because the ability to escape the stress of the ‘every day’ and delve into an imaginary world was what helped me cope through my childhood and young adulthood. Finally feeling confident enough to create these imaginary worlds and share them is even more freeing. 🙂
Admittedly, my stories can become dark and twisted. When I see an opportunity to portray the psyche of a character, open them up, and find out what makes them tick, I take it. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a light-hearted and positive person, but that is not always the most exciting thing to write. Characters in constant peril are more thrilling to me. I write what I would like to read. My hope is that my stories leave my readers on the edge of their seats. Plot-twists, endless battles for survival, internal and external conflict are my muse! If you enjoy that, then you will love my stories. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE MY BOOKS!
After all these years of starting projects, writing one chapter and editing it until I hated it, then scrapping the idea. It took a very long time for me to fore myself to finish something. With multiple books now released, these worries have started to dissolve. When others ask how ‘good’ it feels to publish a book, I describe it like “standing in the middle of a packed stadium, completely naked.” Something that you’ve worked on for years and poured your heart and soul into, finally on display for the public.
My goal for this blog is not only to promote my novels, but also to help other aspiring writers who struggle with Writer’s Block, procrastination, feelings of failure, or a simple lack of inspiration. Plus, there will be numerous Writing Prompts to get the brain juices flowing! I hope to keep things interesting, but I need your help! Let me know if there is a topic that you would like to know more about. Always remember that writing may be a job of solitude, but the characters you create will never leave you feeling lonely!