“My Author Journey” Part One: First Fantasy Book Publication (Ash Born)

I'll start with "Ash Born". Anyone who has followed my journey or known me for a while should have heard of "Ash Born" at least once. If not, I really have failed it. Ash Born is the first book I ever published, well, it wasn't always known by this name.

Ways I’m Trying to Improve My Writing

There are so many different types of writers out there, and they probably have different ways of improving or practicing their craft. I thought I would share with you the ways I am trying to improve my writing and develop personally, too. Here they are: Read every day: duh...I already do this but I'm also expanding … Continue reading Ways I’m Trying to Improve My Writing

“You Know Nothing” – Poem

You don't know that character, From that classic book. You don't know about food, Or even how to cook.   You don't know the countries, That sit on our maps. You don't know the runners, That run all those laps.   You don't know what film That actor was in, Or ways to exercise And … Continue reading “You Know Nothing” – Poem

Remote Working and Freelancing Sucks!

Most people who work a job they hate, or work a 9-5 stuck to a desk, have probably once dreamt of working remotely (away from an office). But as a new remote worker (freelancer), I'm here to say it's not all it's cracked up to be. Here's why this way of working isn't always so … Continue reading Remote Working and Freelancing Sucks!

My Feelings About the Wolf Run

So yesterday, I completed the Spring Wolf Run. For those of you who don't know, the Wolf Run is a 10k obstacle run, featuring a lot of mud and water and big obstacles. It was torture! Here is what I've thought about the whole event from my personal experiences... Be more prepared I wasn't prepared … Continue reading My Feelings About the Wolf Run

Spring Has Sprung & What That Means For Me

It is the Spring Equinox today, which means spring is here! I think someone needs to tell the weather that, though... Spring is my favourite time of year because it's all about rebirth, coming anew, and getting out of that winter slump. I find that I suffer from SAD in the winter, so I always … Continue reading Spring Has Sprung & What That Means For Me