Words and Whatnot

A place for my words… and whatnot

Hello lovely readers!

Some of you have been following me for a while. Some of you are new! If you’re new, you may have found me by my bookmarks I’ve been leaving around town.

If so, hey there. How’s it going. Yes, it’s true, I wrote a book. Two now! (Well, three, but only two are available.)

Wanna buy them? Or read a sample? Click Here!

If you found the bookmark at work and buy the book, I’ll sign it. If you give me a heads up, I’ll even bring a glitter pen.

Or I’ll promise to, then forget and have to bum a pen off of someone that’s not glittery but is at least purple. Not that that happened or anything.

Why hello there lovely readers. I have a surprise that I spoiled in the title of this post!

Out of Light is now available for preorder! It will be released on October 5th, 2019!

For now only the eBook is available because I don’t know how to do preorders with the physical copy.

Out of Darkness is, of course, still available. You should all buy it so I can get 100 sales.

Now that Out of Light is done, I will focus on Into the Void and decide if it is a viable third book. If not I’ll scrap it and move on to different worlds and different magic.

Hello my lovely readers!

I figured it would be a good time for an update. I know I’m awful at keeping up on here, but I told you I’d only update when I had something other than “I’m working on it, more info to come.”

Well, I got Out of Light back from my lovely editor yesterday and have begun working on these changes. It seems I don’t really know how commas work.

My original spur of the moment goal was going to publish on my birthday. I decided against this, and am now aiming for October 5th.

That was my Gramma’s birthday. She was the catalyst that started my writing, and so it seems fitting that one of my books should share her birthday.

Like a mother with her children, I don’t pick favorites but I totally do so Out of Light is the best choice to share a birthday with.

Anyway, that’s the entire update. I’m gonna go delete some commas.

Chapter One – Nathalie

“Help me,” a ragged voice called.

Nathalie skidded to a halt, slipping on a patch of damp leaves. The beacons in her satchel shifted, sending out a soft clink of crystal against crystal as she caught herself on a low-hanging branch. “Hello?” she called, hoping for a repeat of the cry. If anyone answered, it was quickly lost in the din of water dripping from leaf to leaf, courtesy of the morning’s rain.

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