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#AtoZChallenge Theme Reveal!

Theme Reveal

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I am a writer of adult fiction (sometimes very adult). If that’s not your thing, then that’s cool. We’ll just leave this here and thanks for stopping by! But for those of you who are interested in a little adult fiction, stick around and wait until you hear what I have in store for April!

I have written an A to Z Choose Your Own Adventure! The whole novel is written (it’s called Runaway) and I am in the final stages of editing. As a special treat, you will be the first audience to view this novel. Below you will find the introduction. At the end of the introduction is a choice. You, my wonderful blog readers, will make the decision. Vote by commenting. Then come back April 1st and I will share the next chapter based on your votes. Keep coming back throughout April to vote and read each chapter, 26 in all for the A to Z Challenge!

But remember, this will only be ONE possible combination. There are 32 endings and thousands of possible paths to get there. Join me on this Choose Your Own Adventure: A to Z with Runaway!


Aralyn woke up, and everything seemed blurry. What the hell happened? Memories of the night before flooded her brain. They knew. They all knew her terrible secret. She had to go. She had to get out of town right away. But first, she needed to get her head on straight. She went to the bathroom to look in the mirror.

Her tangled blonde hair and ragged clothes made it look like she had been dragged through the mud. Her light blue tank top strap was hanging on by a thread. She was disappointed that it was in such bad shape since it was the exact shade of her eyes. She stripped and stepped into the shower. The water was warm and soothing. She could almost let herself believe it would all be okay. She could almost believe that she could get dressed and go in for her shift at the Albino Weasel Cafe. But she knew that was impossible now. She had to leave, that was all there was to it.

After her shower, she shoved herself into sweatpants and a t-shirt. She covered up her slightly pudgy body with a zip up hoodie to blend in with the majority of people her age–college students in Iowa City. But the news was out there now. She knew she would be too recognizable, no matter what she wore.

She attempted to do her hair in a different style, but it was barely touching her shoulders so there wasn’t a lot she could do with it. At least it was sunny and cold so wearing her hood and sunglasses wasn’t out of the ordinary.

It didn’t take long for Aralyn to pack a bag. Somehow she knew this would be her fate all along and she had given a lot of thought to what essentials she would need to bring with her if she had to leave town suddenly.

So she threw the bag in the car and headed east. She’d never seen the Atlantic Ocean. She wasn’t sure she wanted to end up that far east, but who knew where the car would lead her.

Where does her car lead?

1) Allentown, PA

2) Albrightsville, PA

A to Z Challenge!

I am gearing up for the A to Z Challenge! I finished writing all my blog posts, actually. I started in November as my NaNoWriMo Novel, but of course, 80k words wasn’t enough. I finished up around 115k words in February and have since been editing away (with some major help)! I am very much looking forward to starting the A to Z Challenge, and if you haven’t heard of it, you should check it out!

Book Review: Body Movers

I loved this book! So much fun. A little mystery, a little romance, strong characters. Great read! I picked it up because of the title. (And by picked it up, I mean found it on my local public library’s website for audiobooks.) I don’t know anything about the author or the book, besides the summary, but it sounded entertaining and I was not disappointed at all!

3 of 50 Books in 2017

Book Review: America’s First Daughter

I finished America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie last week. It was an excellent read! The authors do a great job of bringing characters to life while staying true to the history. Probably my favorite thing about it was that at the end, they go into what they changed from history to fit the story and most of the story was true history. Great historical fiction! I would love to go back and visit Monticello again now that I have explored it through this novel!

1 of 50 Books read in 2017

Happy New Year!

​Happy New Year!
Although I usually make half-assed New Years Resolutions, there is definitely one thing I want to focus on more: writing!
In November I wrote the beginning of a choose your own adventure novel that works in conjunction with The A to Z challenge. My goal is to have that novel e-book published by April.
I’d also like to focus on posting here, on Twitter, and Facebook 
So here’s to a better 2017 than 2016! Hopefully a more productive year!