Book Review: Wild Women and the Blues

This book was beautiful, and gave much needed insight to a familiar time period that is quite frankly, white-washed significantly in history. The blurb: Piece by piece, Honoree reveals her past and her secrets, while Sawyer fights tooth and nail to keep his. It’s a story of courage and ambition, hot jazz and illicit passions.…

8 Productivity Hacks for Authors

Productivity for authors is such a hot topic, because we always want to be more productive! Put out more content, connect with more people, market more, write more, DO more. Being productive takes practice and building those practices into a solid routine. Whether it’s to write more books, grow their author brand and sell more…

Book Review: A Crown of Gilded Bones

This was a highly anticipated read for me. As soon as it dropped to my Kindle, I was reading it. I wasn’t disappointed! My only issue was that it tended to have some big info-dumps that while important for the story, did take away from it in some ways. It slowed down the pace and…

Book Review: A Court of Silver Flames

I had high, high hopes for this book and was such a let down. The romance was good. But the fact that Nesta is constantly harassed and berated for how she is dealing with her trauma is terrible. She tries to deal with the fact her father decided at the last minute to be useful…

Bullet Journaling as an Author with Anxiety

I have lived with anxiety for most of my life. However, I’ve also been incredibly good at masquerading it from others. For most of my life, when I’ve brought the topic up, people didn’t believe me. I come across as a very calm, put-together person. I typically tend to be the rock in the storm…

Storm Navarro Romance Author Logo Project

Storm Navarro is a fun client of mine, who has branched out into contemporary romance! Right now, she’s working on a series about DREAMers, featuring Latinx leads, fun romances and themes built on the real life struggles of immigrants. When she first came to me, she wanted a logo indicative of the culture, but also…

Project: Who Asked Us Podcast

Two of my fabulous former clients Storm Navarro and Jolene Navarro, decided to create a podcast! This podcast is all about their unsolicited opinions on various topics in the romance genre industry. They have an episode on Saturday mornings, 9 AM CST. They asked me to create a logo with the lilac and mint coloring…

Combating Writer’s Overwhelm

Chances are, you’ve thought the phrase: I’m just not cut out for writing.  Or some variation of it, because all of us suffer from anxiety, dread and imposter syndrome. It is an unfortunate part of the process. We’re extremely creative people and it’s hard to think about putting our own thoughts and designs into the…

Book Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

I absolutely fell in love with this book. Dreamy, magickal, seductively sinister and upliftingly tragic. The blurb: “France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets.” My review: This book blew me away, entirely. I can’t stop…

Author Chat with Sasha Summers

Sasha Summers, romance author, had me join her recently to discuss author assistants, as well as reveal her stunning new covers! THE RED CARPET ROMANCE SERIES I had a fabulous time on this project! Here are the original covers: Now, the updated and improved covers! We did discuss in the chat a little bit about…

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