JordanCon Schedule

I’m late getting this out but things have been quite busy these past few weeks!

Yes, I will be at JordanCon this weekend as an author guest! I’ll be on a total of four panels, two of which will be on Friday afternoon:

This is my first time attending JordanCon and it’s going to be as an author guest, so I’m super excited! You can also find me at Author’s Alley all weekend long.

Hopefully I’ll get to see some of my readers there!

In the meantime, check out the interview I did with them!

New Interview with Author Sara Louisa

Check out the new interview I did with author Sara Louisa!

We chat about everything from what made me start writing to what inspires me to write. There’s also a sneak peek at the cover for The Blood of Kanta, Book 2 of The Wolves of Kanta series! 👀😉

Check out the full interview below!

Author Interview with YA and horror author Marlena Frank

Do you like Morally Grey Characters?

Today I’ll be on a virtual panel hosted by the Harris County Public Library! We’ll be talking about Morally Grey Characters from creating them to our love of them. Tune in at 6:00 PM Central Time/7:00 PM Eastern Time and join us for what is sure to be a fun chat!

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Visit the Harris County Public Library

Big Book Giveaway Birthday Bash

Happy February!

I’ve been holed up since the holidays trying to keep my head above water, but now I’m back with a lovely gift. This is my birthday month and I wanted to give back to my followers and readers with a giveaway! I’m giving away a bunch of prizes to celebrate.

PRIZES 💖


Five lucky winners will get one of the following:

Bird skull necklace by @mudlarkoddities on Etsy

Skeleton bookmark by @SomethingPeaceful on Etsy

A signed paperback copy of The Impostor and Other Dark Tales

A signed paperback copy of The Seeking

A signed paperback copy of Stolen

All winners will also get a free ebook copy of my upcoming novella re-release, The She-Wolf of Kanta

HOW TO ENTER 💖

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➡️ Comment your favorite Valentines candy

WINNERS 💖

Winners will be randomly chosen on Friday, 2/11 at 8PM EST

Good luck!

Panelist at Conjuration Con

I’m excited to once again be a panelist at Conjuration Con this weekend! I haven’t had the ability to be part of it since 2019, and I’m so happy to be back in the magical world again.

Conjuration Con is requiring proof of vaccination or proof of a negative Covid test before attending. Check out their website for more details.

Here is my full panel schedule:

Mental Health in Fantasy Fiction
Friday at 6PM
The Sorcerer’s Study – Harding

Join us as we explore the boundaries and pitfalls of including mental health problems in fantasy fiction. Some interesting questions to explore include, do they always need to have a trauma to give them an interesting flaw? What are the differences between how hearoes and villains handle their psychological weaknesses? How much knowledge and/or experience does an author need in order to be able to write and accurately represent psychological problems in their work?

Learning to Love Our Villains
Saturday at 1PM
The Sorcerer’s Study – Harding

As the saying goes, a story is only as good as its villain. The villain who wants world domination for the sake of world domination is unrelatable and can take a reader out of the story. When we understand why the villain does what he/she does, we are more immersed in the story, making for a more enjoyable read. There are many ways to handle this, and this panel will be discussing some of our favorite villains from pop culture.

Static vs. Dynamic Characters
Saturday at 4PM
The Sorcerer’s Study – Harding

In fiction, a static character is one who doesn’t change, but forces the world around him/her to change in accordance with their beliefs and ideals. A dynamic character is one that grows and changes through the trials and tribulations of the story. This panel will be to discuss the different static and dynamic characters in pop culture, and knowing when to use one in your own writing. Is one superior to another? Let’s discuss.

Cosplay and Social Media
Saturday at 5PM
The Sorcerer’s Study – Harding

Though cosplaying at conventions and events has always been popular, large numbers of cosplayers have taken to social media over the last few years to connect with people and express themselves in this creative medium. If you use social media to express your cosplay, come join us. We’d love to hear your stories and experiences.