Award-winning author spreading the word by writing a blog
November 19, 2021

As an award winning author, I have some experience with winning book awards and marketing them subtly. When you win an award, you get something to show for your creativity. But it might not do you much good if the only place your award is shown is on the wall. Here are five things you…

A Row of The Chronicles of Narnia Books by C. S. Lewis
November 16, 2021

During the course of my biographical fiction writing career, I’ve come to realize that not all great novels are the same. Fiction—nay, great fiction—doesn’t conform, but it does have a few boundaries. We call them rules, and respecting them is an unwritten rule in and of itself. Below are some of these rules in writing…

A Dotted Tablet Labeled ‘Notice Your Senses’
November 13, 2021

Where narrations are concerned, there are three umbrella types: the first person, the second person, and the third person. Deciding your narrator is key to literature, be it poetry or prose. Of equal importance, however, is nuance, which you can only achieve through the five senses: sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. Here’s how most…

Some of the Best Historical Novel Spines, Including Pride and Prejudice, Great Expectations, Kidnapped, and More
November 10, 2021

While it’s easy to manage bestseller status, harder still is managing the sort of enduring fame only a handful of books have managed to earn so far. Thus, the greatest books, in the truest sense, are those that have stood the test of time with flying colors. Allow me to bring to your attention some…

Welcome to my musings! I’m an author who loves to write novels and short stories that you can read on-the-go. When I’m not holed up writing, you can find me in my garden or at my piano.