Of all the jobs and hobbies I’ve pursued, storytelling has been the one that’s remained constant. You know you’re a writer when you can spend years creating stories with no guarantee that they’ll lead to a career.
So currently I’m a freelance writer on a quest to become an author. As I continue to share my poetry, book reviews, and other musings on Writer’s Bounty, I’ll embark on a journey through the writing industry, sharing some of what I discover and learn along the way. I hope my experiences can offer value to aspiring authors out there.
Thank you for reading and visiting my blog—it’s sincerely appreciated 🙂
About My Stories
Currently, I’ve written eight stories (six novel, two short stories) and have outlines for seven. You might think I’m crazy to have written that much and not have at least one out there (I can explain that in a future post). I will say that not all my stories are intended for sale, so if you want to access some of them, I encourage your to join the email list.
The genres my stories fall into are mostly contemporary and fantasy (the kind that involves kings and queens). Some are YA first person narrative, but most are Adult third person narrative.
But beyond the genre specifics is what lies at the heart of my stories. Earlier last year I wrote a summary of it, which I will share here: