July 18, 2018 The Portal Tomb & The Burrens The Burrens and the Portal Tomb were pretty interesting. Although there were a lot of tourists [other than us], it felt extremely freeing to stand on the Burrens and feel the wind brush my cheeks. I was the most excited to see the Portal Tomb, which... Continue Reading →
Did the title of this post not give it away? Then let me repeat... TO DREAM IS TO DIE HAS OFFICIALLY RELEASED! That's right! My debut novel, TO DREAM IS TO DIE, is now live in stores! You can order your copy today! Whether it be as a paperback or ebook, you can finally join... Continue Reading →
Death is usually the end. But what if it’s only the beginning? Warnings from the dreams Dreams never seen Words never heard…
Tainted Wings Chapter Seventeen It happened again. The dream that haunted Hekate's nights returned, but this time it was different. It changed. Hekate felt the same hand holding her back, the same skin covering her eyes and mouth. Between her fingers, she felt the same cold iron. The same as before, she tore through the... Continue Reading →
May your 2019 be full of Dreamers and Spirits! To Dream is to Die releases this month! Pre-Order your copy now!
Happy New Year Everyone! Thank you for your continued support this past year, and I hope when To Dream is to Die is released this month, you'll continue to support and share! Love you all!
To Dream is to Die - Chapter Two Excerpt Chapter Two Fantastic. To my utter delight, the voices from the doorway were still in the back of my mind when I woke up. They were slightly quieter but nonetheless, still there. Just what I needed, another strange quirk in my life. I was beginning to... Continue Reading →
Tainted Wings Chapter Sixteen When Hekate finally arrived at her window, she was exhausted. Not only physically, but mentally as well. She still felt sick to her stomach as she thought of the poor innocent woman who was killed. And then there was the fact that she had attacked Marcia, again. But this was worse.... Continue Reading →
Have some fun holiday facts from Wikipedia! History Eastern Orthodox icon of the birth of Christ by Saint Andrei Rublev, 15th century Nativity of Christ, medieval illustration from the Hortus deliciarumof Herrad of Landsberg (12th century) Adoration of the Shepherds (1622) by Gerard van Honthorst depicts the nativity of Jesus The Nativity stories of Matthew and Luke are prominent in the gospels and early Christian... Continue Reading →