Out of the Ordinary Update

Hello, my loves! Well 2020 certainly has gone to Hell in a handbasket, hasn’t it? Global recognition of the struggles of the black community and those of indigenous peoples, acknowledging that there’s a global environmental crisis, and the reality that the pandemic isn’t a hoax to get Trump out of office certainly seems to haveContinue reading “Out of the Ordinary Update”

April 30, 2020

Hello, lovelies! How have you been?April was a pretty busy month for me. Camp Nanowrimo effectively kicked my ass. Out of my 50,000-word count goal, I managed just under 10,000 words. Still, progress is progress, and I’m incredibly happy with what I have written. (And obviously, I’m still working on it.) I did read moreContinue reading “April 30, 2020”

Feb. 29, 2020

Hello everyone! I’m actually posting this update a few days late, but the end of February was so hectic! I’m not sure where to begin. A lot happened in February. My Instagram got a reboot with better content, I created a Facebook for the page, and I created an actual plan for the coming yearContinue reading “Feb. 29, 2020”

Jan. 31, 2020

Hello everyone! It has been a while, hasn’t it? Well, I’m back, and this time I’m planning on staying. While I’ve not been devoting my time to this blog and my other social media accounts, I’ve not been wasting time. In the year since you last heard from me, Black Magnolias (what I had written)Continue reading “Jan. 31, 2020”

Feb 8. 2019

This week I finally concurred Chapter 7 and began work on Chapter 8, and as of 10:00 PM tonight I’ve reached 24,502 words. The story is really starting to take shape on it’s own and it’s better than I could’ve ever imagined. I’ve even began to consider the possibility of a sequel to Black Magnolias.Continue reading “Feb 8. 2019”

Jan. 11, 2019

Starting today, I am going to be posting updates on the progress of my novel every Friday. This post covers my latest progress as well my intentions for the book. If you haven’t read the first chapter of Black Magnolias yet, and you’d like to, you can find it here. Today, I’m proud to sayContinue reading “Jan. 11, 2019”