Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone

So, first things first: stop reading this review and go read Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone. Seriously, I really appreciate you stopping by. I am so grateful for my readers and love that you're reading my words right now, but my words aren't what you should be reading. Now, G.S. Denning's words? The author of… Continue reading Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone

Writing Posts

You Can’t Please Everyone

This realization, in relation to my writing and future publication, has really freaked me out lately. I don't know why, considering I'm nowhere near close to publishing anything, as engrossed as I am in the editing and writing stages across multiple books.Yet I can't shake it. Someday, once I'm published, someone is going to read… Continue reading You Can’t Please Everyone



I have sort of an obsession with cinematic scores. Sure, I got a film minor during undergrad, but I did that because I was hoping to learn more about screenwriting (not learn all about theory, which is exactly what happened). But I don't think that background is what inspired my in-depth obsession with a fantastically… Continue reading Scores!

Writing Posts

Editing: The Never-Ending Story

I have always claimed that editing is the hardest part of the writing process. I think that will always be the case, though I'm sure as I move along in my career, other things will pop up and prove to me that editing isn't the worse thing. But for the moment, it is what I… Continue reading Editing: The Never-Ending Story


Seven Secrets of Seduction

THIS BOOK, YOU GUYS. Secret #1: Every good seduction begins with a baited hook.  Okay, I'll just calm down for a second so I can explain why this was the best romance I think I've read so far--or, at least, in a long while. It ranks up with my all-time favorite (which started my romance… Continue reading Seven Secrets of Seduction


Independence Day: Resurgence Review

I was pretty excited about this film, when it was first announced; so excited, I went and rewatched the first film, Independence Day, and was reminded why that film is actually one of my favorite films of all time. The casting was awesome, I enjoyed the plot, I was moved enough to get chills and cry,… Continue reading Independence Day: Resurgence Review

Random Musings

Discovering My Own Toxicity

I write about self-worth a lot. I think about it a lot. It is such a difficult thing to deal with. It's something so easy to be hypocritical about. I constantly tell others why they deserve the world, why they are amazing human beings, why they should love themselves and what it is about themselves… Continue reading Discovering My Own Toxicity

Random Musings

Relying on Unreliable Time

A bit ago, I wrote a post about how frustrated I was with the fact that I never seemed to get done anything that I wanted--or needed--to accomplish. I have a To-List that climbs to new heights on a daily basis and it doesn't seem to be decreasing any time soon. To paint a picture, here are… Continue reading Relying on Unreliable Time