• Author Blog,  Author Showcase

    Preorder Alert!

    I’ve been talking about Elven Games a lot on Facebook. I recently wrapped up the story and got a little impatient to release it to the world. Tribba deserves an audience. It was with a sad goodbye that I wrote those final words that ended her story. But my loss is YOUR gain. Today, Elven Games is available for preorder across a wide selection of platforms! I set the release date for January 18, 2019, so yes, you’ll suffer with me for a long waiting date, but if you’ve been waiting all these years, what’s another month or two, right? Stay tuned for an upcoming cover reveal and celebration party…

  • Master Class

    Master Class: Love and Wonder

    The Master Class writing prompt. One line feeds your imagination. Welcome to class. I am your jolly writing prompt host, Professor Ayers. Each Monday, I will share a new writing prompt based on a line from a book. Just one line to feed your imagination. Can you move to the head of the class? Join Tara Roberts, Stacy Overby, and Frank Montellano at the head of the class. Your instructions: You do not have to use the line in your story, but the idea based on the prompt should be clear. Prompt responses should be 200-1000 words, but any length is welcome. Please share the link back to the prompt…

  • Book Review,  Reviews

    Book Review: Cold Kiss Goodbye by Genevieve Powell

    Title: Cold Kiss Goodbye Genre: YA Paranormal Romance Author: Genevieve Powell Amazon Rating: 4.6 About the book Life is just something seventeen-year-old Samantha Wright tolerates. Ever since a car accident killed Sam’s dad and brother, she’s experienced both a gift for hearing the dead and a serious lack of joy and hope. Meeting Joshua Tan changes that. He’s gorgeous, funny and kind. He’s also dead. As Sam helps him bring peace to his family about his murder, her ghost brings her back to life. Unfortunately, Josh isn’t the only person haunting Sam. His murderer is a terrifying poltergeist. The only way to prevent more killings may be to send both ghosts…