Self-Publishing Journey

It’s been just a little over a month since I self-published my first novel A Royal Mind (PURCHASE HERE) and I thought I had learned a lot from my mistakes after publishing my children’s books but boy I still have a lot to learn. Which shouldn’t surprise me because we can always keep learning andContinue reading “Self-Publishing Journey”

Spotify Playlist for Writing

When I write I find that music helps me concentrate, and I always try to find music that goes with the theme of what I’m writing at the time. In the case of A Royal Mind, I felt it had a Celtic feeling to it and I found a playlist on Spotify that served asContinue reading “Spotify Playlist for Writing”

Make 2021 an Adventure

Reading challenges can be fun and challenging. I thought it would be fun to do one for 2021, though it will be challenging since I’m in the middle of working on my teaching degree. Since reading is more of an adventure though, I decided to give this a new name. Therefore, I’m so excited toContinue reading “Make 2021 an Adventure”

How to Plan Your Writing

I have all these wonderful ideas that I’ve let go by the wayside, either because they aren’t possible at the time, I don’t have the time to devote to it, or I become lazy and don’t see it through. I had the wonderful idea of reviewing 25 books for the 25 days of Christmas. WhenContinue reading “How to Plan Your Writing”

Christmas Book Review Day 2: There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow

By Lucille Colandro Illustrated by Jared Lee Summary:This is another book that is part of a series where a lady swallows a series of items, which at the end create something surprising. In this edition, she swallows many cold items as well as items that make a certain winter figure with a corncob pipe andContinue reading “Christmas Book Review Day 2: There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow”