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Hex and Hexability by Kate Johnson Review

I was given a copy of Hex and Hexability by Kate Johnson to review through NetGalley. I love Jane Austen, but her writing can sometimes be too wordy for my goldfish brain. This book, however, is Austen-esque with a touch of magic. To be honest, it took me three or … Continue reading

Hate Hex by Gina Lamanna Review

I received a copy of Hate Hex by Gina Lamanna for review through NetGalley, and I couldn’t be more excited to share my thoughts on it. Trixie Garden is a taxi driver in the magical district known as the Hollows. Down on her luck, she has secretly sworn off magic—a … Continue reading

A Symbol

The city was a canvas of chaos, its alleys and streets etched with the scars of violence. For a young woman named Grace, the rhythm of her life was composed of dreams, laughter, and hope. She roamed the city with eyes that saw beauty in the ordinary, and a heart … Continue reading

Icy Domain

In the heart of the mountain forest, where ancient trees stood tall and their branches intertwined like an intricate web, there lay a realm untouched by the passage of time. It was a place of whispers carried by the wind, where the crunch of leaves underfoot was accompanied by the … Continue reading


landscape photography of forest

“Unbelievable,” John whispered as he silently searched the woods. “Kick me out of my own house, because one ship lands close by? Not today. The government here might be powerful, but they aren’t stealing from me again!” John flinched as his voice echoed in the night. He held his breath, … Continue reading

Writing Prompt 01 – My Lenore

photo of dessert during dawn

New writing prompt on my YouTube Channel. My story while watching the writing prompt video: Writing Prompt – My Lenore Lenore had been gone for a month. Two weeks too late to save our son with the medical supplies from the village beyond the desert. His cries of pain from … Continue reading