{Sunday Musings} Mid-Year Check In

Hope everyone is well and safe. Thought I take a moment and check in. Things haven’t exactly been brilliant, particularly with my health. I used my sketch, the Egyptian Ib, as the image for this post because I feel it’s symbolic of a few aspects currently happening in my life. But, let me first explain … Continue reading {Sunday Musings} Mid-Year Check In

{Sunday Musings} Redemption in Descendants of Isis

One theme found in many of my books is redemption. In my young adult fantasy series, the Descendants of Isis, it’s one of the major themes when it come to my main character, Seth O’Keefe. If you started reading Daughter of Isis (Descendants of Isis #1) today, you would find out first hand that Seth … Continue reading {Sunday Musings} Redemption in Descendants of Isis

{Sunday Musings} The Dream that Started It All

Dreams are such funny things. Not only do they reveal truths about your thought process—which in that case, I’m sure Sigmund Fraud would’ve loved me as a case study—but they help inspire the imagination. *Dream* I’m in my old high school, after hours. My old backpack hangs over one shoulder as I walk through the … Continue reading {Sunday Musings} The Dream that Started It All

{Happy New Year} A 2020 Sum Up and Goals for 2021

Happy New Year to All My Readers! Hope everyone is having a safe New Year. 2020 has not been easy. But, a few good things happened as well. 2020 Highlights: Writing, sketching, and publishing. Thanks to the lack of a commute, I was highly productive most of the year. It allowed me time to write, … Continue reading {Happy New Year} A 2020 Sum Up and Goals for 2021

{Happy New Year} A 2019 Sum Up and Goals for 2020

Happy New Year to All My Readers! Hope everyone is having a wonderful New Year. 2019 was not the easiest for me, much like the year before. But, as always, several good things happened as well. 2019 Highlights: I started the year strong in writing and publishing. In April 2019, I published my new adult … Continue reading {Happy New Year} A 2019 Sum Up and Goals for 2020

Kukulkan, God of Wind and Hurricanes

Mayan Name: Kukulkan; Gucumatz Aztec Equivalent: Quetzalcoatl Associated Animal: Feathered serpent Role: Wind, Hurricanes Kukulkan is the god of wind and hurricanes. He is often depicted as a plumed serpent, but can take human form as well. Little is known about the myths surrounding Kukulkan. There is more information about his Aztec counterpart, Quetzalcoatl, who … Continue reading Kukulkan, God of Wind and Hurricanes

A Whole New Adventure is About to Begin

Last weekend before I start my adventure taking statistical courses at the local university. Despite it being seven years since I was last in a classroom, I feel as ready as I can be. With classes overlapping my typical work schedule, I have already planned to make up the time during lunch breaks and on … Continue reading A Whole New Adventure is About to Begin

Mermaids: In Folklore and In Fiction

Mermaids and mermen are mythological marine creatures that are typically depicted to be half human and half fish or sea serpent. They’re often known to be both mysterious and enchanting as well as possess magical and prophetic powers. First appearing around 1000 B.C. in ancient Assyrian mythology, mermaids and mermen have be recorded in different … Continue reading Mermaids: In Folklore and In Fiction