Whoever is reading this… 

First off, you’re amazing. 

Secondly, go to my contact me page and fill it out if you would like a copy of ‘Revenge’, out soon. I want to keep this line of communication open so that way I know how many copies to reserve for my blog viewers. 

I look forward to hearing from you! And as soon as my book is published I’ll be writing a full series about my experience with the publication process. 

Much love,


Broke it! 

Internet people!!!! 

We’ve officially broken the overall visitors to my blog over last year! 

Thank all of you for your support and I hope you all keep coming back for more! 

But here is a new goal, let’s try to double it by the end of the year! Come on! We got this! 

Love all of you lots, 



Sorry for the lack of posting lately. I’ve been a tad down. But now I’m recovering and working on a new book that’s so close to being done that I can taste it!

Show your love and support and tell everyone you know  I’m back and I’ll start posting more stuff on here soon.

Love y’all,


Internal Conflict

This is a poem from Poppy’s perspective about her internal conflict within herself. Warning: Not a rhyming poem, just a free-form.


The conflict that resides within me,

Challenges that face me.

Which shall I choose?

The choices between my life and my family,

Or with the power that is inside.

Which shall I choose?

The life I have come to know,

And loosing the only family I have even known.

Which shall I choose?

Shall I ignore the true me,

And loose everyone I’ve come to love.

Which shall I choose?

A Little About Myself

Hello there Internet Universe, 

I figured since I’ve been telling you about my thoughts and about my new novel but I’ve realized I’ve failed to discuss about myself. 

First off, I was born in Naples, Florida. I was shipped around, moving with my parents to North Dakota and Nebraska. So I learned really quick how it was to be a loner and that’s why I really picked up writing because back then I found that my made up world is better than my reality. That’s when I moved to Florida. 

When I moved back to Florida during high school, my life changed. I wasn’t popular by any means, but I did do okay. I graduated high school at a decent grade point average, it would have been better but I wasn’t necessarily too involved in it. School seemed a little too easy for me (but that’s a different blog for a different day.) 

I went to school for something that would be a little surprising to most. I went for mechanics and then again for computer technician training. That’s when I started seriously working on my writings and that’s when I began this novel about three months ago. And I’ve progressed greatly.

That’s it for now,


Writer’s Block

Hello Internet Universe!

I decided to make a post about writer’s block and how I conquer it. 

First I’d like to express what causes my blocks of which thus far I have found. First off is stress and loudness in my household. There’s no actual children in my house, but those that sometimes act like it. But then again, who doesn’t act like a child sometimes? That’s a different blog for a different day though. The most common block causes I have found was stress.


Now how to conquer it. And this I have to admit, I must thank my mother for the advice. Meditation has helped me in the past. 

When the house is loud, remove yourself from the location and go to a new place to do your writing or whatnot. Plus I also found writing at night helps a lot too since everyone else is asleep. This makes the creative juices flow. And I don’t know about you but there’s something about the night that also helps my creative juices flow more efficiently and I can knock out pages in a few hours compared to during the day and getting maybe two paragraphs in the same amount of time.