Coffee Shop–1

Mud-water splashes against my pant legs. In no time they’ll dry, leaving spots of dirt trailing up the material. I despise going anywhere when it rains. Fog beats against storefront windows. The air is humid, melancholy whispers that reduce themselves to leaves as they tap the top of a park bench. It’s nothing special, an… Continue Reading


The Final Battle

    On a whim, I entered the NYC Midnight short story contest. Turns out, there were around 4,000 entries and only a little over 500 were selected to move on to round two. “The Final Battle” ended up placing first in my heat. They assign you a genre, character, and subject. Mine were: Drama,… Continue Reading


My Book Review of “Daimon” by Linette Kasper

    It’s a paperweight… It’s a wheel chock… NO! It’s author Linette Kasper’s debut YA fantasy novel “Daimon“! Linette may reside in Northern Virginia, but her I’m-gonna-love-you-forever-no-like-literally-forever-tale-of-romance-gone-dark type novel weaves its mysterious tale around the historic city of Richmond, Va. Megan, our scrumptious and sometimes sarcastic, female protagonist is still coping with the loss… Continue Reading


All the UPDATES (!!!!)

I’m back to the blog once more. Guess what that means… I have gas station nachos? Most likely. More episodes of the Chronicles of Ashzaria? Yea… You published your second full-length novel? YES!… well, tomorrow. That’s right, August 22nd, I’ll be releasing the second installment of the ‘Sync’ Series, “Menoetius”. Finally! I won’t lie– I’ve… Continue Reading


The Chronicles of Ashzaria Part 5: Soras

              “Misa,” Ajah grumbled as she struggled with the zipper. “Hold still.”                 Misa inhaled a deep breath and held it while Ajah continued fighting with the obstinate fastener. “You volunteered to help,” Misa reminded her best friend.                 “I did. I’m excited for you. You and Doran have been friends for as long as… Continue Reading


Chronicles of Ashzaria, Part 4

(Author Note: Before I begin, I want to say thank you to those who’ve been with me since part one of ‘The Chronicles’. Writing them is a hoot! They might seem a little rough. I’ll admit, I do the best I can with editing and would also like to thank Amber for helping out and reading through… Continue Reading