Let's be honest. Writers are terrified of reviews. Completely terrified. We don't know whether they'll be glowing or straight up mean. By putting ourselves out there on a piece of paper, writers are putting their souls out for review. It's a harrowing experience we all have to go through. The one thing we can all... Continue Reading →
This topic has come up more and more in the media. Fucking finally. Halsey's latest song Nightmare even addresses this: "Come on, little lady, give us a smile." Women are encouraged to smile all of the time. It makes them beautiful. And sure, that could be the case sometimes. But why don't we encourage men... Continue Reading →
July 21, 2018 Kenmare Anyone who has known me for the past 10 years has heard me mention Kenmare at least once. After doing some research at home for years, I wrote into my notebook that if I could ever travel overseas, I would want to visit Kenmare for the stone circle. It became a... Continue Reading →
July 18, 2018 Doolin I forgot to mention this before, but towards the end of the day on the 19th, my friends want to go to a pub in Doolin for dinner because they advertised live music in the bar. We weren't sure what to expect. But when we left our hostel that evening to... Continue Reading →
July 19 - 20, 2018 The Dingle Peninsula & Castlemaine The 19th was mainly a travel and beach day. We enjoyed walking along the beach and searching for sea glass for quite a long time before heading to the diner for some food. Let me just say, I'm in love with garlic mayo. I wish... Continue Reading →
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 →
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!
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 →