Archive for March, 2017

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Guest Post at Brianna Merritt’s Blog

March 25, 2017

Brianna Merritt invited me to guest post on her blog today. I wrote on how having a “thick skin” isn’t the most important thing when it comes to sharing our creative work:

What if, in spite of all my logical mental preparation, I can’t handle negative reviews? What if I’m a pathetically oversensitive snowflake after all, and bad feedback breaks me??

 Formerly so excited about debuting a story, I began to have second thoughts…not about the value of the story or my decisions in revising it, but about my ability to put such a raw piece of my heart in front of the world and open myself to inevitable criticism.

But the more I thought about it, the more I realized something.

Read the rest here.

Also, Laura A. Grace interviewed me on her blog yesterday to celebrate the release of my short story, Threadbare. Check it out!

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Threadbare: A Short Story

March 22, 2017

It’s here, it’s here, it’s here!!!

I am so excited to announce the release of my first short story ebook, Threadbare. Writing this story has been a gift to me, and I hope it blesses you too!

Click on the image below or on this link to purchase the ebook on Amazon! You can also add it on Goodreads here!

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Exciting Author News!

March 16, 2017

Hi, everyone!

As you may have heard through Facebook or Twitter, I have some exciting news to share –

In the next few days I will be releasing my first short story ebook!

THREADBARE is a YA contemporary fantasy story, full of action and feels, and I am so excited to share it with you. It’s truly straight out of my heart, and it was a blast to write.

Keep an eye out for a release day post, coming soon!

The blurb:

What happens when your gift turns against you?

All her life Bess has known the magic streams around her, waves of power she can draw from to wield the gift of magical threads. Now the youngest member of a team of Anchors, she helps protect the city streets from Drifters—energy thieves who prey on the life force of ordinary humans.

But when a battle leaves Bess’s threads in an irreparable tangle, she is faced with an agonizing choice: sever her threads and lose her magic forever—or be slowly consumed by her own power.