Book Review | Shirley Jackson | The Haunting Of Hill House

  “It was a house without kindness, never meant to be lived in, not a fit place for people or for love or for hope. Exorcism cannot alter the countenance of a house ; Hill House would stay as it was until it was destroyed.” ― Shirley Jackson, The Haunting of Hill House The Haunting […]

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My Writing Process

Thank you, Jane, for tagging me in what looks like another super fun writing tag! Jane posts about reading and writing, and her style is super rad! She is currently working on a horror novel called Collected, which is set for release this year. Follow her for updates, writing tips, and book talk! Read on […]

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Never Know Your Heroes

“Be who you thought your heroes were when you were little.” – P. N. The things that inspire us in life greatly shape the kind of people we become. There are certain icons and celebrities, or maybe even family members, that we consider our heroes. We look up to them, use them as our standard, […]

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5 Steps To Starting Your First Blog

Hi, friends! You may be wondering what blogging is and why so many people are doing it. And the next question is inevitably, should I start a blog too? Each person you ask will have a different answer for you. What’s my answer for you? Go for it! Blogging can be a fun way to […]

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Blog Update | February 2019

Hey there, friends! Today’s post is going to be a quick update on my blogging journey. Most of my free time these days has gone to growing my social media platforms to drive more traffic to my posts. This has taken a lot of mental energy to stay on top of shares and reciprocating follows […]

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How To Publish With Kindle Direct Publishing

Kindle Direct Publishing is the newest trend in the writing community. It gives you the opportunity to skip the agents and publishing houses and get your books right into your reader’s hands. There are, however, some questions you may have about using the service. This post is going to look at some of the questions […]

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On Moving On…

I don’t remember much of last winter. I was too buried in grief colder than any squall. The sharp bite of bitter wind was a welcome distraction from the sickness of my heart. I put all the things he gave me in the back of my closet, not brave enough to throw them in the […]

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