It’s been a bit since I’ve completed a tag, and this one has to take the cake for one of the most interesting! Thanks so much to my good friend Alyssa over at Seeking the Timeless Anchor for tagging me!Continue reading
As all writers know, drafting an entire book, editing it, moaning over it, fretting over it, and finally publishing it takes forever. When you’re in the weeds, it feels like you will never get out.Continue reading
In an author’s life, there are several milestones you always dream of. Being published. Someone you don’t even know reading your book. Changing someone’s life for the better because of your feeble words. (That’s mind blowing.)Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you probably have other things going on outside of writing. Sad, right? 😊 Just kidding. We need balance, too. We can’t just live in our happy (or sometimes, not so happy) fictional worlds forever. Be it work, school, family, church – life – it all takes up time. And sometimes, balancing writing with the rest of your life can be difficult.Continue reading
Well, it’s that time again – as you can tell from the title, this is an update on my writing endeavors. Last month, I officially released Unknown, which was so exciting but also quite tiring. It was definitely a dream come true, but I still have a lot to go in learning how to be an author. 🙂 I got that book submitted right before my college semester started, thank the Lord, so now I can focus mostly on school while still balancing writing alongside college.Continue reading
When I first wrote the books in the Grace Sufficient series, I hadn’t really researched religious freedom or churches in Russia. Most of my research was directed toward the Soviet years, because I assumed there would be more restrictions during that time. Little did I know that religious liberty is being attacked this very day in Russia.Continue reading
I’m terrible at naming things.
Characters, books, series titles … you name it. When I decided to publish Unknown, I knew I had to come up with a series title. And of course, I was at a complete loss.Continue reading