The World of A WISH MADE OF GLASS

Instead of simply introducing the characters in A Wish Made of Glass, I thought I’d go a little further and give you a peek into some of the enchanting places and settings in my story as well. I saw them all so clearly as I wrote them, people and places and props alike, it was [...]

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A Wish Made of Glass: RELEASE DAY!

A FAIRY TALE A Wish Made of Glass is a story that has been through many changes. When I first began writing it, I wanted nothing more than a simple fairy tale told from an alternate point of view from the original Cinderella version I was loosely basing it upon. That's what I got with [...]

Daniel and the Sun Sword

I had the privilege of reading and reviewing this great book before its official release. You'll find my review below, but first I'd like to show you some other fun stuff . . . such as the awesome cover art and the spectacular book trailer! Note: Barnes and Noble and Amazon both say that the official [...]

COVER REVEAL: A Wish Made of Glass

I am absolutely delighted to present the gorgeous cover for my fairy tale novella which will be releasing this summer. I'm not even going to waste any time introducing it....I'll let its beauty speak for itself 🙂 Ready? *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Deep in a forest glade, the fey folk dance with Isidore, [...]

Cinderella, Edits and Assassins

So what do Cinderella, edits and assassins have in common? It's not a riddle, I promise 🙂 They're all the things that have been driving me bonkers lately, that's what! (Don't worry - the assassin isn't after me...) CINDERELLA I have been working on several things. First and foremost has been the Cinderella retelling I've been [...]

A Love Letter – Out of Darkness Rising

This is a guest post by Gillian Bronte Adams. ____________ Brevity may not be my strength, but if you were to ask me to describe Out of Darkness Rising in only a few words, I would say that at its heart, it is a love letter. To whom, you ask? I suppose it could be [...]

An Allegorical God

God in allegory. Even though I'm an allegorical writer myself, I often have issues with this one. Well, maybe not issues. Let's just say I approach it carefully. God is sovereign. God is almighty and all-knowing. His ways are not our ways. How, then, can any writer really do Him justice in an allegory? We seek [...]