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March-May Wrap Up!

 Happy Tuesday!  So I had a March/April blog post all written out and forgot to post it! So here's a March-May recap! How has the last three months gone for you? March ended up being a really good month. I turned 25 and had a really great birthday I got to hang out with friends, watch some new shows and am almost done with the Throne of Glass series. April and May have also been really good months for me. God's blessed me in so many amazing ways over the past three months.  I feel bad that this blog has fallen so to the wayside for me. I used to post every week and be so excited and now I just really struggle to keep this updated. I'm starting to think it might be time to let this blog post unless I somehow get renewed motivation/inspiration for it.  March-May Writing:  March was a very good writing month. I just reached 65K in Immortal Circus #3, and despite a few small hiccups, it's been flowing really well. I'm enjoying getting to draft a book after spending mont
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Turning 25!

 Happy Thursday!  At the end of February I was looking back at my wrap ups on my Instagram and on here and it almost made me start crying because of how far I've come. It made me stop and think about where I started my 20's versus where I am now. So much as changed and so much of it for the better. Just looking back at the pictures and wrap ups I've done over the past year, I feel like I'm thriving. I'm at a place I honestly didn't think I'd ever get to and maybe that was just me being dramatic or living in on and off depression for so many years, but it makes me tear up and so thankful to see how far I've come since 20.  At 20 I had a best friend I thought I would still be best friends with when I turned 25. I had him and two other friends at 20 and that was it. I don't even remember what church we were at five years ago, but it wasn't the church we're at now and I know I definitely was not thriving there. I felt so behind everyone else my a

February Wrap Up!

 Happy Tuesday!  Indigo Star releases today!! The Archive Series is officially finished and I have so many feelings about it. I'm sad that it's really over. That Amaya and Darren's stories have come to an end. But I'm also kind of relieved. After spending years working on, editing and publishing these books, it's a relief to have them all out and behind me. And I'm so excited because not only is the whole story out in the world now, but I also get to move forward and start talking about and sharing about a new series that I have been eagerly waiting to share more about for months now.  Anyway, if you're interested, you can find the whole series here:  The Archive Series .  If you want to read more about my thoughts on finishing the series and love notes I wrote to each character, you can find it here:  A Goodbye to The Archive Series .  February Writing:  I started writing Immortal Circus #3 this month and then realized I couldn't start writing book 3 un

A Goodbye to The Archive Series

Happy Friday!  The final book of The Archive Series comes out next Tuesday. This has been almost three years in the making and I don't know what to say to properly say goodbye.  I started this series in December 2019 with Golden Touch. The idea had been sparked by me watching The Road to El Dorado and having a desire to write a treasure hunt story for most of December. Little did I know that the story of a girl finding a boy with a Midas touch up in the mountains to help her family with their money issues would turn into a five book series and be a huge part of my life for the next few years. I also had no idea that that series would get me through one of the hardest years - 2020. Honestly, God knew what 2020 would be like and He knew I was going to need a story and characters that would make me happy, give me joy and focus on during that very hard year. And for me, that was Amaya and Darren and this whole series.  I poured a lot of myself and my story into Amaya and Darren. They h

Happy Heart Day!

Happy Tuesday!!  In celebration of Valentine's Day I wrote a cute short-ish story about Rayla and Sadek from Desert Flower! It brought me so much joy to write this story and get to revisit Rayla and the Triadic Kingdoms world! In Xion, where Rayla and Sadek are currently staying, they celebrate a day called Divasan. It's a day to celebrate love in all its forms from romantic to platonic to familial and friendship. Divasan is one of the biggest celebrations of the year for Xion. Everyone celebrates with lots of treats, time spent with loved ones and a big festival at the end of the day.  Here's the first chapter (you can find the rest of the story with this link:  Also, if you haven't read Desert Flower and Heart of Xion there are some spoilers in this story, so just fair warning. But if you would like to check out those two books, you can find them at these links:  Desert Flo

January Wrap Up!

 Happy Friday!  I'm a few days late on my wrap up. Honestly, I've been sick for the past two weeks and I didn't know what to write/didn't have the energy to write anything out on here, but I am here! I am back and I am ready to wrap up January. I still really want to get better at being on this blog more, but I just can never seem to find the energy or right words to write for a post on here other than a wrap up... One of my goals is to try and write on here a little more, so we'll see how it goes.  January Writing:  January was an editing month. I wrote like one short story and that was it. Everything else was just lots of editing. Editing Immortal Circus with beta reader feedback, doing some polishing edits on Heart of Xion for the rerelease, re-editing the whole St. Croix Falls trilogy. Just lots and lots of editing, which has been kind of nice since I've felt a little burnt out when it comes to drafting. Plus, when I got sick I could still edit because it ta

Looking Forward to 2023

Happy last day of 2022!!  Unlike in years past, I'm very excited for the new year. I graduated college and will be working more and getting more time to work on my books. I feel like there's so much in store for me and I can see so many good things happening next year. It's all in God's hands, which makes me even more excited to see what He has planned for me.  In past years I think I held myself a bit by staying in my comfort zone too much. Nothing big or new ever really happened because I never put myself out there or jumped into new situations. I stayed in my comfort zone for too long, and because of that, the years started to feel a little stagnant. I'm thankful that everything that happened between 2020 and 2022, good and bad, really pushed me out of that comfort zone. In 2022 God did so many amazing things, and some of it is because I stepped out and put myself in uncomfortable situations. I'm so glad I did. Because of that I have an amazing new church, am