Hello everyone! I posted this on my Instagram page and I thought I’d post it here as well. I thought I’d give an update about what I’ve been doing recently in the literary realm.

Writing has not been top of my list of things to do recently, unfortunately. On the rare moment I do sit down to type, I’ve been working on a lot of different ideas, not anything I’m ready to share yet, though. Honestly, I keep jumping from one WIP to the other so I’m really not getting a lot of anything done, haha.

Recently I made these cute bookmarks and ordered some of them from VistaPrint. I’m excited to see how they turn out. I figured if the writing isn’t coming to me, I could at least do a touch of marketing stuff. I’ll pop these in some of the local shops and see if anything comes of it.😆

Regarding the Trilogy, Danethrall is up to a whopping 29 ratings! It’s sitting quite nicely at 4.5 stars out of 5.😍 Rise To Fall has 3 ratings at 4.6 stars out of 5, and Ashes Remain also has 3 ratings at flipping 5 stars out of 5!!🤩

If you haven’t already posted a review or rating, I kindly ask you to.❤️ Each review/rating helps so much to get the books out there. When each book hits 50 ratings/reviews, Amazon’s algorithm starts promoting and advertising the books, so every rating/review counts.

Anyway, that’s it for now. I’ll post some pictures of the bookmarks when they arrive. Fingers crossed they turn out alright!


Update :)

Wow! It’s been a whopping ten months since I last posted here. I apologise for leaving you in the dark for almost a year! There are three posts from April, May, and August saved in my drafts folder that I never got around to finishing (one that will most probably never see the light of day), but I am here today to share the links to my social media accounts that I don’t regularly update either, haha. You can click on the links below to be taken directly to the pages. 🙂




As for life updates, it’s been an absolutely miserable year. I’ve written a smattering of sentences and completed none of the projects I’ve started. One of the incomplete posts saved in my draft folder (dated 19th April) is titled “Next on the Horizon”. As you can imagine, it’s all about a project I started a couple months after Ashes Remain was published. It’s been a difficult year, again, and I’m glad to see the end of it. I intend to be reserved about the future considering the last couple years of chaos but do know that I am still writing despite it all, it’s just taking a while, haha.


New Website

Danethrall is available now for purchase on Amazon in the USA, UK and Europe!


I took this picture of my backyard/garden, earlier today. You can hardly see the farmer’s field behind my home thanks to the snowfall (which, ironically, is not well seen in the image even though it was falling like mad!). The little black smudge in the lower centre of the image is my six-month-old Newfoundland puppy, Saga, thoroughly enjoying the weather.

It has been snowing nonstop, and I have been curled up under a blanket with a steaming hot coffee to hand, excitedly staring at my laptop screen for half the day. Danethrall has been available to purchase on Amazon for a few days, and now I have some semblance of a website!

Encouraged by the attention my book has garnered already, I have spent the day getting this website together. With frequent interruptions from puppies and cats, many breaks to chase the children and tickle the poop out of them, and My Little Pony constantly playing in the background, I have been trying to figure out what to include in this website, considering I have only just released the book (maybe I’m jumping too far ahead of myself?).

Regardless, it is nearly 8PM, time to tuck the little ones into bed (even though it’s a day off school tomorrow due to inclement weather, the little heathens have been bouncing off the walls all day and mummy needs some quiet time).

I have also decided to call it a night on the website and get writing. I have been working on a sequel to Danethrall for a month, and have a rough outline planned out. I am a couple chapters in – this time next year I hope to announce the release of book two!