Friday Fiction Reading Recommendations

Happy Friday, readers! Snuggle up with a cozy sweater and a cup of tea (or coffee or cocoa). Here are my reading favorites from October through December. It was a good quarter for reading with nine to choose from! Did any of these make your list? ~ Kelsey In Pieces by Rhonda Ortiz Historical FictionContinue reading “Friday Fiction Reading Recommendations”

Holiday Cheer and How to Create a Cover

Happy (one day until the) New Year! I hope you had a very merry Christmas and happy holidays! Here in Missouri, I enjoyed amazing 65 degree weather, attended a Christmas concert and ice show, and spent much needed time with friends and family. Unfortunantly, part of my family also encountered illness, although nothing major, soContinue reading “Holiday Cheer and How to Create a Cover”

Cover Reveal, Release Date, and a Giveaway!

Happy November and Happy Thanksgiving to my American readers! I have lots of exciting news this month, so let’s get to it! If you missed my post on Monday, I have now finished drafting and initial edits for For a Noble Purpose! This means I have now written five novels, which still seems completely surreal. BeingContinue reading “Cover Reveal, Release Date, and a Giveaway!”

Extended Sale and Ask me Anything

Happy October, readers! This month has been a great for writing. I’ve passed 75% complete in drafting For a Noble Purpose (Larksong Legacy #1) with plans to finish the last 25% by the end of November. Only about 25,000 words to go. Right now my biggest challenge is figuring out how the climactic scene/big revealContinue reading “Extended Sale and Ask me Anything”

Friday Fiction Reading Recommendations

Happy Friday, readers! Here are my reading favorites from July through September. The Good German Girl by Erica Marie Hogan World War II Historical Fiction “We sometimes forget there can be a difference between a German and a Nazi. When it comes to life and death, a gray veil falls across our view of theContinue reading “Friday Fiction Reading Recommendations”