This update is about giving you guys a heads-up that things may be a little different around here -- 'cause I'm officially studying to be a mechanical engineer! I've been preparing for this time in my life for a very long time, and as I'm writing this, I am currently sitting at my new home for the next … Continue reading Update: I’m in COLLEGE!!
I know I've said it a hundred times but I'll say it again: what an amazing weekend!! If you had told me years ago that I would be signing and selling my books to excited friends among some of my best friends, I probably wouldn't have believed you. But that's exactly what I got to … Continue reading BookCon Wrap-Up
I have big news for everyone . . . I’m going to be at BookCon 2019! I’m super excited to be selling and signing my books at the Javits Center again this June 1st and 2nd, and I can’t wait to meet all of you! This year, I’m going to be sharing a booth with … Continue reading Meet Me at BookCon 2019!
The end of the year is here, and that means it’s resolution time! December 31st of 2017, I created a list of five resolutions that I wanted to accomplish during 2018. Let’s take a look and see how I did! If you would like to see me talk about these in person, you can watch … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions 2019
On October 25th, 2018, I had my first book signing at Barnes & Noble. If you had told me last October that in a year's time I would be signing copies of The Scavenger among so many talented authors I would've thought you were joking. This past year has been such a wild ride. With Missing Her in the … Continue reading My First Barnes & Noble Signing: Vlog, Photos, and More!
At Bookcon, I had the pleasure of meeting writer (and fellow book addict) Bryan Aiello. We got to talking a bit, and he eventually asked if I was interested in chatting with him on his podcast. I happily agreed and, a few weeks ago, we talked about everything from publishing books to New York traffic. … Continue reading Podcast Interview with Bryan Aiello
BookCon 2018 wrapped up on Sunday and wow, what a weekend! I had so much fun meeting and chatting with so many passionate readers and writers. Check out some photos here! Throughout the weekend, I had some pretty awesome experiences that I will take with me for the rest of my life. I also learned … Continue reading Three Things I Learned From Bookcon
One of my favorite times of the year is almost upon us -- Bookcon! This Saturday and Sunday, some of the best writers and most avid readers will meet in New York City and share their love of books. (If you're new to Bookcon, check out their awesome website here!) If you’re attending Bookcon this … Continue reading Bookcon: Making the Most of It
After blogging for over a year, I feel like you know a lot about my writing but not much about me as a writer. I decided to do a little Author Tag so hopefully you can get to learn a little more about me and how I write! This Author Tag is courtesy of Vivien … Continue reading Author Tag
Chances are everyone’s walked into a conversation at some point that’s gone something along the lines of this: “The movie was better.” “How could you say that? Everyone knows the book is always better.” “I can’t believe they turned that into a television show -- it sucks.” Opinions on different genres of storytelling have … Continue reading Screen and Paper: The Contrasting Art of Storytelling