I’m looking for beta readers for Oriana, a science fiction novel. A beta reader is someone that reads an advanced draft of a novel for the author to provide feedback. This helps the author improve the story through editing. It’s helpful because we’re very close to our own work so we sometimes miss things. For … Continue reading Beta Reader Details!
This is the second post in my series about my upcoming debut novel, Oriana. In the previous post, I talked about where the story idea came from and how it developed into the story it is now. This time, I'm going to talk about names. I'm a role player, meaning I play games like Dungeons … Continue reading Names in Oriana
The ladies killed it! I was so thrilled to hear how well Ocean's 8 did on opening weekend but disappointed I wasn't part of those first viewers. This is one I couldn't miss in the theater though. The film did not disappoint. All of the ladies were stunning and performed their roles better than I … Continue reading Movie Review: Ocean’s 8
I'm getting ready for the release of my first published novel, Oriana! In anticipation of that momentous event, I'm going to have a series of posts related to the book. This would also be a good time to sign up for my newsletter to make sure you don't miss any of the fun. The idea … Continue reading Oriana and Olive Oatman
I did it. The edits to Oriana were finished on time and I sent the proof copy to my beta readers last Sunday. I'm nervous excited to have my work in the hands of others. It's a scary thought. But I'm thrilled and feeling amazing at the same time. I'm so grateful to everyone that … Continue reading Oriana Summer Book Launch
I've been pretty quiet about my progress on my novel. This has been for a number of reasons. Mainly, a lack of progress. I'll make no excuses for that. I owe it to myself and others to be honest. I struggle with anxiety and sometimes with depression. I know I'm not alone in this. But … Continue reading Oriana Update!
Lost In Space (Netflix) Netflix has given us 10 episodes of science fiction goodness with everything I could have hoped for and much I didn't even expect. The poster above shows a little boy and a robot but don't take it at face value. This is not the Lost in Space of my childhood (which I … Continue reading TV Review: Lost In Space (Netflix)