Dragon’s Treasure Release

Of course, I had to be one of the people to spend the day of the book launch in the hospital. And I had a surgery the next day. Nothing serious, gall bladder removal, but enough to be a hindrance. It took me a while to catch up with everything, but finally, it's...

Dragon’s Treasure is being published!

"She was the girl who longed for the freedom of the dragon, and he was the dragon who longed to be a man."   Remember the date, December 15th! Don't miss the special launch price and an exclusive giveaway.   As most of you know, I've had a difficult...

Why Write? by Kara Jorgensen

  I'd like to introduce to you a young writer from New Jersey and her steampunk book The Earl of Brass , one of this years Watty Award winners. Read on and find out what Kara has to say about writing and her take on the differences between writing "genre fiction"...

Writing as Catharsis After Loss By Abigail Carter

I would like to welcome Abigail Carter to my blog on her book blog tour for Remember the Moon. It's a paranormal romance and spiritual novel about loss, coping and love from beyond. First, I would like to share with you Abigail's story on how writing helped her heal...

Guest Blog Post: Dreams in Literature by Charlotte Ashley

The release of the anthology of short stories, Library of Dreams, was a great milestone in my writing career. It is the first time I'm having a short story published in print. It's called 'Between the Sun and the Moon', another story of mine inspired by a fairytale,...

Joyful Holidays

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas/Yule/your own holidays or just a very joyful day filled with love, laughter, good food and great presents!     I truly love my present, all thanks to my love <3   What did you get? I hope you enjoy holidays....

Library of Dreams

  I have been anouncing for a while now, on my Facebook page and to my Wattpad follower, Library of Dreams anthology which will feature one of my short stories. It will be published on December 15th . I have been very involved in the making of this anthology and...

She asked, I said yes

A lot happened over the weekend. My gf celebrated her birthday, and I made her a cake and some muffins. The whole saturday was busy and at the end of the day some friends dropped by to celebrate with us. First, the cake. I had such marvelous plans, but when you cannot...

Show, don’t (only) Tell

A while ago I wrote a guest blog post for C.M.Rosens, another fellow author rising star, on her blog http://cmrosens.blogspot.co.uk/. SHOW, DON’T (only) TELL   When I first started writing, I knew nothing about it. Since I write in a language that is not my...

Famous Opening Lines

Opening lines are what often hooks us in to read a book. For some it might even be the first page, or couple of pages, but if that first line really stands out, it will make the book that much more memorable. Not to mention quotable. So, I did some research, scoured...