It’s the first day of March. Spring is on its way. Soon the ski season will come to a close, the snow will melt, and wildflowers will blanket the mountain side. And, just as mother nature is making way for a new season, there are changes in my life too. First off, Welcome to
A fierce dragon with a taste for fairies. He was captured after the horrible massacre at the Fairy Harvest Festival stripped of his magic, changed to human form, and banished to the human world.
Unfortunate creatures who are forced or stumble into the bog of the black fog. They lose soul to the bog and in exchange they are given the power to harvest another being’s magic. Dark Harvesters steal the magic of others but with nothing to bind to it will fade. So they go on stealing and
A spiritual parasite that enters the body of an unsuspecting creature and invokes feelings to suit its pleasure. Often it feeds off feelings of doubt. It is also known to invoke hate and is also known as the spirit of war.
Although we've had a dusting of snow, we are waiting for Mother Nature to do her thing and dump loads of the white stuff. It looks like the ski area opening will be delayed but we know it will eventually come. It always does. Last month I mentioned my hot chocolate obsession. It's out of
Welcome Fall! I hope your days are cool and crisp. We've had nights in the 30's and 40's and days in the 60's and the mountain is displaying her fall colors. As many of you I have a serious hot chocolate addiction. With cold weather, I don't have to sweat while I'm drinking it. So
Did you know that reviews help an author’s book become visible? According to Amazon, “General consumer data on how popular your item is will influence search result relevance.” In other words, the more reviews there are, the further up in the search results the title will be. For example, if you search Young Adult Romance,
Whew this summer has been a whirlwind. It started in Mid-may when I had the honor of speaking at the Nicholas P. Sims Library in Waxahachie, Texas. It was such a pleasure to meet this group of readers and writers. Not only did I get to connect with my Texas friends, I got to have
Hey everybody, the first review of Hickville Redemption was posted on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2074490770?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1 Check out the Book Alert 101 blog! https://bookalert101.wordpress.com/2017/08/04/review-hickville-redemption-by-mary-karlik/
I am so grateful to be a full time writer. This is my third month and I guess you could say the honeymoon phase was short. Being able to write all day instead of 2 hours in the wee morning had been something I’d dreamt about. Prayed for. Set goals to achieve. And it