May 3rd, 2017
October 20th, 2015
It's finally happened!
Gypsy is officially for sale in both paperback and hardcover! Within the next several weeks it will become available for Kindle and as an E-Book. Soon it should even begin appearing on Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and more!
It has been a long time coming, folks. I'm so grateful to everyone who has helped me make this possible! Attending university full-time, working, and trying to keep up with current writing projects has been quite the challenge and I couldn't have done it without all of the fabulous encouragement from all the friends God has placed in my life!
You might be asking where this leaves us. Then again, you might not. Regardless, I would like to share my plans for the immediate future with all you lovely humans.
I am almost done writing the second book of A Tainted Age trilogy, but I don't want to reveal anymore details than that just yet. Don't worry! I love giving sneak peeks and dropping teasers so I'll have something for you soon.
I'm also planning on participating in Nanowrimo this year for the first time ever! For those of you who may not be complete writing geeks, Nanowrimo stands for National Novel Writing Month, which is exactly what it sounds like. During the month of November, I will be putting all other projects aside to write one entire novel. Again, I won't be revealing too much about this project, save to say that it involves Irish folklore, castles, werewolves, and - like any good fantasy - an ancient prophecy.
Anyways, just in case you're interested, that's what my future is looking like for the next couple months! Don't forget to check back here for more updates and blog posts
Have a blessed week!
You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.
~ Mark Twain
Sorry to keep you all waiting!
To give you all a quick update, the third and final book in A Tainted Age trilogy is officially complete! Rebel still requires some intense editing and all the expensive fun that goes along with the pre-publication process, so the release date remains TBD. However, rest assured I'll let you in on any exciting updates!
The querying continues for my YA folklore book, with an actual trip to Ireland in order to experience and research the settings and legends for the rest of the series. During a three day roadtrip from Arizona to Oregon, I was flooded with ideas for several new books, so hopefully I'll have more to share on that front as well - including the possibility of a whole new novel, released to you for free!
More exciting news, GCU Today published an article about me and my writing endeavors, written by journalist Laurie Merrill. If you're interested in reading the article, click here or visit the link on my Extras page!
As usual, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to submit them on my Contact page.
Have a blessed week!
"Shut your eyes and see." ~ James Joyce