Hello!! I know it's been awhile, but sickness gained control for awhile. With colds, laryngitis, walking pneumonia (don't ask), life has been hectic. Today however I'm doing something I haven't done before. What I'm sharing is an essay I recently wrote for my English class. We just studied tragic heroes in my class, and our … Continue reading The Price of Ambition
Information from Rachael Ritchey about the anthology my short story (A Journey With Death) was published in under my pseudonym Briar Shea. 🙂
This post is overdue as it was promised for January! Sorry for the delay. Better late than never. And today’s my birthday, so even better!
The Crux Anthology has now been in print for about three months, and thanks to some generous book buyers the anthology was sold in ebook fifty times and in print another twenty due to presales in November through sales to the end of December 2018!
Between ebooks and print books sold during that time-frame, it equated to $83.00 (I rounded up to the nearest dollar) USD profit.
I’m a sucker (the best kind) for helping a worthy cause, which I think we can all agree that helping children in need is worthy, so I rounded the donation up to $100 for Compassion International’s Where Most Needed Fund.
This donation is completely due to the generosity of those who’ve bought the book and our fabulous authors!
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Hello! Happy Valentines! Todays post is dedicated to the romantics of the past week. I recently finished the Constellation series (Defy the Stars #1, Defy the Worlds #2) by Claudia Gray that as of now only consists of two books. The first was so catching that I finished all 503 pages in about three days … Continue reading Defy Expectations
The dark clouds take hold of her life, for she is too broken to stand up and fight. She always resides in this now constant strife , as the battle of emotions rages in her heart. The friends that once were are forever no more, because that lethal tragedy has torn them apart. She'll never … Continue reading Blog Battle: Loss of Words
Hey guys! So I know my last post was a little off the beaten path based off what of I normally write, but it was something I wrote based off of a prompt that was sent to me so I figured I'd run with it. What I have in store today however has to do … Continue reading Pinterest Inspires
Credits to Promptuarium "Peanuts or Pretzels?" The Flight attendant asks as routine. Always the same. The answer will depend, sometime they don't want anything but they always give an answer. "Peanuts." "Pretzels." "Neither." "Please." and "Thank you." Whatever their decision may be, a sound will escape their lips with their opinions. In my 12 years … Continue reading Final moments
Hello and welcome back to Fiction Fanaddict. Experiencing déjà vu? Probably because I'm struggling to come up with new unique openings to posts. Lark Hardy experienced déjà vu as well. She, however, experienced it truly because she was living a parallel life after she was "split in two" on her 17th birthday. Imagine yourself in … Continue reading Parallel you, Parallel me
Hello! I promise the blog is still active. My last post said I would be posting very frequent posts... As you can see over the holiday, no new posts came around and that is completely on me. It is true however that I have been very busy with reading and planning stories so every week … Continue reading Where did she go?
Dear Evan Hansen, Today is going to be an amazing day and here's why... because I read the novel edition of Dear Evan Hansen for the first time and fell in love with the entire 358 pages. The book was so intriguing that I couldn't put it down and barely took 2 days to finish … Continue reading Seize the day.
Hey everybody! This week I bring you a very special post. Last year I entered a short story contest hosted by author Rachael Ritchey. The story I wrote was chosen among 15 other people to be published in a compilation of other sci-fi and fantasy short stories. It's been a long process but the time … Continue reading ASF Crux Anthology!