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Should Writers Stick To ONE Genre?

When I first started my research on authorship, one of the tips I came across over and over was this: Stick to one genre. On the one hand, I get this. As a writer your hope is to develop a fan base of sorts; a group of people who enjoy […]

should writers stick to one genre

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Why I Chose Self-Publishing

So, self-publishing. An option that hasn’t always been the most favorable, reputable, or simple. An option that is very quickly raising in ranks. Two years ago, I decided I was going to self-publish my first novel, Bewilderments of the Eyes . It was an extremely tough and overwhelming decision, especially […]


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Book Review: Her by Harriet Lane

Disclaimer: The book link is an affiliate link, though I do not recommend you use it. It was just the easiest way to insert the photo.  I’m going to keep this review short and (not so) sweet because mama always said, if you don’t have anything good to say, don’t […]


A Review: We Carry the Sky

I was never a poetry reader, but more and more I’ve been getting into contemporary poetry. The way poets inject such passion and storytelling into a few stanzas is incredible to me—a fiction writer who uses a few hundred pages to tell my stories. The loaded simplicity of contemporary poetry […]

We Carry the Sky Review

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My Literary Landmark Bucket List

Hogwarts, Narnia, The Hundred Acre Wood… There are so many places in fiction we wish we could visit. Some of those places are impossible to step foot in, because they are fictional. But that doesn’t mean we can’t immerse ourselves in the worlds our books lay out for us in […]