After much waiting (on my part) I’m excited to announce that The Original has finally gone live on Amazon. It is available for the great price of $2.99 (U.S. dollars). Book Blurb Brie:All I want is to get to grandmother’s house, heal her and find out what really happened the night my parents were killed. But theContinue reading “New Release and Freebie!”
As I mentioned in the previous post, the name of a character is a big part of creating a character. I like to choose names that suit a particular aspect of the character. In Hidden, all dragon and names given to the Arelian race were colours that matched their skin tones. This was actually statedContinue reading “Naming Characters: What’s in a name?”
Often we settle in life. It’s comfortable and easy.
But when something rocks our boat, we’re forced to re-discover what normal is again.
In today’s blog, we’ll take a closer look at Tully who discovered that a new normal was better than imagined.
Romantic interests where the relationship goes deeper than ‘external look’ makes a love-story timeless. The healthy interactions of the couple and growing romance add so much to the tension.
In today’s blog, meet Ciaran, Tully’s love interest.
When I pick up a book, I hope there’ll be a good plot with engaging conflict and loveable characters I can relate to. And when I write my manuscripts, this is my goal as well. Today, I’ll introduce you to a strong female who I greatly admire.
Have you ever had a friend or wanted a friend who understood you, stuck with you and didn’t give up even in difficult times? These friends and few and precious, but I hope I’m one of them. Are you? Shadow is is a role model for friendship in today’s blog.
Every book has a character who interprets the conflict from a different bent than the rest of the characters. They have objectivity. And as a reader, learning what they know is part of the adventure. Learn more about Haley in today’s blog.
We’ve all had that moment of regret in our lives that sticks with us and we can’t shake it even though it’s years later. Bain, a supporting character in Hidden, speaks to this desire of righting wrongs. Find out more about him in today’s blog.
When I first wrote Hidden, the entire book was written from one point of view character: Tully. However, in the editing and re-writes, a lot of pieces were missing. As the author, I knew the backstory and what was going on with the other characters, but telling the story from Tully’s perspective alone wasn’t goingContinue reading “Behind the Scenes: Hidden”