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Sharing My Unedited Writing Experiences & Life Experiences.


August 11, 2016

Child of the Light FREE on Smashwords!!

Hello World Out There World!

Just wanting to let you know that book 1 of the Prophecy Six Series – Child of the Light – is currently free to download off of Smashwords. Smashwords has formats compatble for iPads, Kobo devices, computers, and phone! The first book is rates 4.5 stars across all book platforms, (iTunes, Smashwords, Kobo, Goodreads and Amazon).

So, if you want CHECK IT OUT HERE!

The world of Gaitan is used to conflict.

War has been common place between the northern and southern countries for centuries, but it isn’t their hatred which led to the city of Morza’s demise.

The Chaos Singers would say the Gods came down and cleansed the land in a brilliant light to prepare for the ending of the Era.

The common folk would say it was an explosion from the evening’s festivities gone wrong.
The truth is no one knows what happened that night.

Except one.

Upon investigating the remains of the city, in hopes of finding
information that could lead to a cure to the Northern prince’s mysterious sickness, Caldor Lefwid – an old sage – sights what appears to be fresh footprints heading towards the forest.

This discovery brings hope to an otherwise hopeless situation, and Caldor decides to take a chance.

With help from his trusted friend – Foe – Caldor begins the journey to find the last survivor of Morza and the cure the North is praying for.

Child of the Light is a fiction, fantasy, self-discovery story focused towards young adults (ages 14+). It’s the first book of the Prophecy 6 series, and covers a variety of issues facing young adults and the world today such as displacement due to conflict, and othering.

If you want a quick and easy read, this is the book for you.

Thinking Thursdays: What time of day do you prefer to write?

Hello World Out There World!

Since we have reached over 560 followers in the last couple of weeks I thought it would be good to share with you a little bit about myself. This way those who have been following me since the beginning and those new  followers will learn a little more about the disembodied voice writing all these posts. 🙂

So, without further delay this weeks Thinking Thursday Question is:

What time of day do you prefer to write?

I’m a night writer. I can try to write during the day but my mind gets distracted too easily. For whatever reason night time my mind calms down enough for me to focus on my writing and editing. It is also when my mind is most creative… probably because it would be the time I would be laying in my bed trying to sleep.

It is also the quiet time of night. With Mr. Canuck in bed I don’t have to worry about being interrupted in the middle of a writing flow or having to pull away from my work to make dinner or clean the dishes. Once 11 pm hits so does my writing drive and I have been known to stay up until 6 am… which works for the moment. This is only become a problem once I get a job and then my writing habits will likely change again. 🙂

What times do you find yourself writing? Do you have any questions you want me to answer for the next Thinking Thursday? Let me know in the comments below and until next time – Toodles!! :3

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