Book Three Begins!

Book Three Begins!

November is just around the corner and that means it’s NaNoWriMo time! For the unknowledgeable, November is National Novel Writing Month. My writing has been pushed off to the side for the last year, but I’m back! And I’m ready to write Payne of Uncertainty: Ferox Payne Series Book Three. Stay posted for...

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Book One Sample Chapters

Book One Sample Chapters

Read the first two chapters of my upcoming novel, Payne of Oblivion: Ferox Payne Series #1. The sample is available on the Ferox World website.

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Dreams to Life

Dreams to Life

I had a dream last night. It was of a race in another galaxy panicking because their sun was dying. They looked like us. They were human. They were scared. They needed help. Their entire planet needed to be moved before it was erased from existence. The dream had absolutely nothing to do with my Ferox Series books and plots, but I have always planned on writing other series down the road. So I...

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Book One Cover Edit

Book One Cover Edit

I’ve messed around with different cover design over time, but I decided it was time to get down to business. After all, in the next few months I plan to put a book up on Amazon. I came up with a design and I put my book covers up on Facebook to get my friends’ comments. I got some really good responses. One friend told me that the black and white cover for the first book looked like a...

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Book Two Outline Complete

Book Two Outline Complete

I’m really on fire and the outline for Book Two is complete. In Book Two, Jen will learn a little more about the two Ferox factions called Griffleon and Coraleon and their roles in the government. She will learn that her friend Victoria had a little Ferox help winning her horse races thanks to her new boyfriend, “Lucky” Lawson.  She will help Steve after he gets pulled into the...

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Book One Awaits Final Edits

Book One Awaits Final Edits

I’ve completed some serious edits to Book One. Jen will now be telling us her story in the first person. Since the original manuscript was written in third person perspective, it was not easy. Jen doesn’t learn things that happen in the order that they happen. She has to get information from other people through conversation or her ability. In actuality, I like the challenge. As the...

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