“Founded” is a prequel to my Trapped Trilogy that takes on the life of one of my favorite characters: Sier Revethos. She’s sassy, witty, and too smart for her own good, but she has a good heart. And an obsession for bacon.
This book hits home on a lot of things for me, and I’m really enjoying exploring this world once more. Because of this, I’m able to tweak inconsistencies in the first books and I’ll be fixing them up as I go along.
The Trapped Trilogy consists of 3 books: Trapped, Wiped, and Grounded. It is about a society that lives in a dome and a government that has its hands too deep into its citizens lives that it becomes corrupt with power. Throughout the stories, the main character, Eenie, realizes there are some things that feel off about the world around her, but instead of going to figure out what they are, she tried to keep her distance—only to fall head-first into a pit of trouble.
This series got me back into writing and really helped me get through my last year of high school.
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If you haven't seen it yet, Replay: Reboot will be the first published book of the new year from me! It's the second book in the Replay Series, a series I am absolutely obsessed with. Here's a bit of a backstory behind its creation...
So I had an idea--which I'm not going to tell you because it'll give away something in the next few books--but I was pushing it aside because I had a TON of books to write, including Human (TOH #6) and a handful of other books that will be coming out this year. Then, one morning, I woke up and I couldn't get the idea out of my mind. I had a few of the characters in my head and things they were hiding and were really going to be and I couldn't go back to sleep. So, that morning, I reluctantly got out of bed and began to write. As soon as I started to, I got so into the story and I couldn't stop. It took up all of my time and I couldn't write any other book because it was using all of my brain power.
Soon, I was done with the first book, and I immediately started the next one, reminding me of when I finished Trapped and immediately started writing Wiped, which took like two weeks to write. This series really brought back my excitement for writing, and I haven't had this kind of high from writing since I wrote the Maskless Trilogy. It is so different than what I'm used to writing and I'm so excited to share it with everyone. I've heard nothing but good things about it, so if you get the chance, go check it out. The first book is available everywhere ebooks are sold, and, of course, there is a paperback out. Let me know what you think of the story!
So which book of mine are you looking forward to the most this year? If you want to see the lineup, check out my Smashwords page here. We're in for a heck of a year, guys.
As always, thanks for your support and I hope I can continue keeping you guys entertained with my stories and words. Y'all have a great day!
Happy New Year to everyone! Last year, I did a lot with my books, but this year, I have so much planned.
I'm planning on releasing fifteen different books this year, a good chunk being from my new Replay Series. Two books are being published from The One-Hundred Series (The One and Human), and I have a few more books up my sleeve. I really hope you guys are looking forward to it, and I'm definitely going to try and be updating more on my website.
So, new year, new website revamp. I've added more navigation and hopefully that'll help with loading speed for the website, so fingers crossed.
I'm excited to get these new stories out in the open. Hopefully this will be the year where my ideas slow down and I can take a breath. I know that once I'm finished with the Replay series, I'll finally be able to spread my focus elsewhere, like to the other books I've been waiting to announce.
If you're wondering why you can't find Building Monsters anywhere, check it out on Ficfun.com. It's the only place it's available right now and it's available for free.
Also, I recently added two new buttons to my homepage: TCG and Mary Kay. Mary Kay is a makeup and skincare company and the button will lead you to my website with them. I can only sell to those in the US, so please keep that in mind. I get 50% of the profit, and if you're interested in becoming a Mary Kay Consultant, let me know and I'll set up a call to answer all of your questions.
As for the TCG, TCG stands for Trading Card Game. I've been working on a game for about two years now, and it's inspired by my book Building Monsters. I'm still fleshing out everything, but you can go ahead and buy the cards from the website the button leads you to, where I get a percentage as well.
Thank you all so much for the support and I can't wait to announce all these books. Y'all have a great day!
I was told I grow too attached to people and things. But since when is that a bad thing? Yes, it hurts when they leave or when they stab you in the back, but our bodies and minds and spirits were created to heal. Maybe we can't regenerate a lost limb or repair something beyond saving, but we heal.
My whole life I moved. My dad chased jobs as a mechanic and was in the military so we went wherever we were told. If I never grew attached to those I did, I wouldn't have been able to cope.
I remember feeling sick when I had to leave people behind or when they left me for whatever reasons. I remember crying until it hurt. Despite those sad times, there's nothing I would do to change them. Pain is for a moment, but sometimes it lingers. I hate that I had to leave my friends over and over, and I hate that I don't speak to them because I don't think they'll remember me or because maybe I didn't mean as much to them as they did to me. Instead, I see them on social media, living their lives, and I'm so happy for them.
I look at it this way: if I didn't grow attached, I'd be in the opposite position: detached. I'd be alone. Even the guys that broke my heart or that made me feel terrible or that made me feel like I couldn't breathe without them, I wouldn't change our encounters. Everyone who has been in my life has set me on a different path, and I believe it was supposed to be that way.
Long story short, I'm glad I grow too attached. I cry during movies and I smile at past friends as they live their lives without me. I wouldn't change a day or a single person that has ever crossed paths with me. I want to grow too attached. Because that's what life is. "You never know what you have until it's gone." "It's better to have loved than lost."
We are human. We grow close to things that shouldn't matter or people we don't know. That's what being human is: holding on to what we have now because tomorrow it could be gone.
You never realize how far you've come until you look at where you've been.
I was looking through all the pictures o my Facebook. High school and middle school sure were simpler times. You had crushes and you tried to pass your test. You had friends and you had enemies. I can just remember how it used to be and it feels like it happened so long ago.
In June, I graduated four years ago.
In August, I'll be married two years.
I thought I knew who I was and where I was, and I operated on a completely different thinking level. Everything that was or will be was there and then for me. Sometimes I spoke without thinking or leaped without looking, but I don't mind seeing those as good things because I never meant to cause any harm with any of that. I can recall periods of times I went off the deep end because I felt like my world was caving in. My heart was broken or my head was dubious and all I could do was fall. In those moments, I'm glad I had friends like Mercedez', Leeanne, Hailey, Lacee, Ladyjane, Molly, April, Jelsy, Scarlett, Kaytee, Kamii, and everyone else in the little groups I ended up meshing with in school. Without them, I wouldn't be who I am today.
Today might be a struggle to stay awake. Today might be a challenge to keep my accounts in the positive. But today is always a day for countless opportunities saturated with optimism. I can't control everyone else but I can control myself. So today I'm going to make the best of the time I have. I'm going to sing like I've never sung and smile like I've seen heaven because we never know who could be having one of those days where everything is pressing in on their chest and making it hard to breathe.
I can't change tomorrow, but I'm going to change today so that when I look back, I can feel what I feel now: happiness with no regrets.
I've come a long way.
There was a time I did not exist. A time where the world didn't have me in it. It didn't have my cats in it. It didn't have my husband in it.
There are times I wish I could change, things about me I wish were less embarrassing. I wish I could speak to people without sounding like a dweeb. I wish I didn't fall as many times as I did. I wish I still spoke to people who used to be my best friends.
I wish I was good or even great at something. There's a lot of things I can do, but that doesn't mean I can do them well. I wish I could move a crowd with my voice or bring change to someone's heart through my words, but I know that is something I can't do, especially in the day and age where everyone is offended by everything. I wish I could close my eyes and no one could see me, like we believed when we were little. Yet at the same time I want to show the world what God has given me the gift to do.
But I exist now. I may not get another tomorrow. All I have is now. So right now, I'm going to do what I love and say what I mean. I'm going to screw up and fall down until my knees bleed. I may not be extraordinary, but right now I'm the best I can be because I may not get another second. And I can't get the ones I've lost back.
I had a dream the other night about someone who changed my life forever. Sometimes, I wonder if I changed theirs. Honestly, I don't think I'll ever know. And I'm okay with that. Because I am better off where I am then where I was and that is what matters.
I exist today, so today is the time for my voice to be heard, even if it is insignificant to a thousand people. If my words can touch just one person... then I can stop existing tomorrow knowing someone's mind was tilted.
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What are y'all's resolutions for the New Year?
New Year's Resolution:
New Year's Goals:
1. The One
2. Stop; Go
3. Suicide Society
6 (Maybe). Face It
7. The Blood Room AE 3
That's my list for the year. I'm about half way done with The One and I have no idea how long Stop; Go will be. Plus, I have a layout for Suicide Society and Face it, not to mention the first two chapters. The Blood Room I only have a few chapters to go (I'm on 20 because it's an alternate ending). Transfixed might be the only troublesome one because I need to find the paper I printed out early last year so that I can regain the rules and everything going on in the introduction.
Let's take a look at what I've done this year, though.
1. Published Building Monsters (January-February)
2. Published the Trapped Trilogy Bundle as an ebook (January)
3. Published the Haunted Mansion Series Bundle as an ebook. (January)
4. Published the Maskless Trilogy Bundle as an ebook. (January)
5. Published The Blood Room AE 1. (January)
6. Published The Blood Room AE 2. (January)
7. Published The Elite. (April)
8. Published Dametria. (May)
9. Published Damian's Deeds. (May)
10. Published the Unnamed Duology as an ebook and paperback (July)
11. Published Sameness (October)
Not very much, but still kept me running in circles. I also have started the process of fully reediting all my books and I took most of my books off of Wattpad to do this. THEY WILL BE BACK. All almost thirty of them, lol.
This year was chaotic and crazy, and I wasn't as productive as I had been in like 2014 when I pumped out TVC, The Unnamed, HBAM, Trapped, Wiped, Grounded, and Dollhouse. But that's okay. I can do it this coming year. Seven books. I did it before. I can do it again.
I hate using hashtags.
Lol. I just posted an hour ago. But I'm posting again.
Because I have God and anime on my side.
But I feel so comfortable with you guys, and I'm not quite sure if it's because y'all aren't commenting as much and therefore feel like no one reads these or because I've realized something cool over the past few months.
A lot of people (especially on YouTube or in a fanbase) there are a lot of the same type of people (not putting y'all into categories or anything—bare with me). Example: PewDiePie has some of the worst fans. I know, because I'm one of them. Rick and Morty has an even worse fanbase. And then there are those who like Once Upon A Time. Those who like specific authors. People that like The Office. People that actually think anime is cool (*cough*). It's really interesting to see different people liking the same things. Of course, I'm thinking of the extremists, but I think I'm one of them xD.
So, anime. I like Japanese humor. And I'm trying to learn the language—mostly so I don't have to read stupid subtitles. Which is actually common to those who read manga and watch anime.
Doctor Who. Don't even get me started on why I love this one.
PewDiePie. He's salty and the world needs more salt like his. (xD that doesn't sound weird at all) And I find him hilarious.
What am I getting at?
Most of you who followed me are a lot like me with the same interests and whatnot. Most of you love mermaids. The other 10% are probably in the "other" category.
Honestly, I have no idea why you guys are following me, but I love that you are! I've made some awesome friends on here.
Man, this is getting away from my point and you've probably already given up reading! Aghhhhh
For a long time, I tried being "professional sounding" and whatever but it's so stuffy. The only thing that should seem professional is the way I present my books and how they look as a paperback and ebook.
So recently, I've become more "casual". (And using a lot of quotation marks, apparently). I like being playful and (failing at) being funny. I like putting memes in random updates in "Curious?" and laughing at myself in my book because I did something wrong and didn't catch before. And man, do I love reading y'all's punny jokes in The One-Hundred on that one chapter (if you haven't seen it, you need to—but don't ask me which one!).
Plus, I'm that kind of person that doesn't connect to someone who acts proper and professional. I want goofy and weird and giggly (unless you need to be professional, then I'll give you a weird look). So that's why I've been so laid back. And I feel like it's reflecting in my quality of work—meaning, the quality is higher and I'm not rushing to get things out there (even if I need to). It's letting my mind cool down and stress go away.
I'm in a comfortable spot. Not stressed. The only thing I stress about is my connection with y'all because y'all are awesome and supportive and probably getting tired of hearing me say "y'all". So that's it.
Sorry if it made no sense. *~*