Forks Vibes Activated

Sooo, Midnight Sun came out and the 14-year-old living rent free inside of me just took control over my brain? I put everything on hold and started rereading the entire Twilight Saga while I waited for my copy of the new book and it is a lot of pages, folks, but it’s also sort of magical to dive back into the world that was my OBSESSION as a teen.

Needless to say, my Forks vibes have been activated and I spent the whole week listening to ASMRs of rain of window panes and howling wolves or soundtracks from the movies, I avoid the sun at all costs and only take walks when it’s gray or dark, and obviously it’s all just as healthy as it was when I was 16. Continue reading “Forks Vibes Activated”

Top 5 Books I Read During Quarantine

When the lockdown began, I was all: THIS IS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO WRITE 3 BOOKS AND READ A MILLION MORE!

Of course, I read less than I usually do because mental health and quarantine do not go together. But I’m finally finding my rhythm again, which is great news! And I still read quite a few books, considering, including some new favorites!

Anyway, here are the top 5 books I read during this weirdly awesome and terrifying time.

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My Publishing Journey – 2 Months from Release

Hi folks!

As you may know, my book Devonna is coming out in October and I thought I’d share a little bit about how the publishing process is going so far in my journey. What the publishing house (Evernight Teen) required of me and stuff like that.

I just figured this is the kind of post I would’ve liked to read a couple of months back to know what to expect, because right now I live in a bubble of unexpected emails and requests and it is MAKING ME REALLY ANXIOUS.

But somehow, I manage. (Because I must manage.) (And, yes, this is a The Office reference because The Office is life.)

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March Wrap-up

It was SO time that winter got the hell out of my life because I’ve been stuck with a cold for half of March and it’s STILL going on, peops. I was exhausted all month so I read very little and wrote even less and omg MARCH SUCKS.

Hello, April, bring me sun and don’t be an asshole, like your brother, thanks.

So here’s what I read in March: Continue reading “March Wrap-up”

2018 in Writing

Funny how it felt like I hadn’t accomplished that much in the writing department this year, and when I sat down to make a list I realized it’s been an awesome year! Here are some of the highlights:

1. I got an agent!

I still can’t believe it. An actual agent is willing to represent my manuscript Devonna. HOW COOL IS THAT?

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