Book Review: On These Black Sands by Vanessa Rasanen

An awkward stowaway. A troubled pirate captain. Is she the key to his quest or will she be his ruin?

Book Review: Easy by Devyn P. Guerra

This book was funny, sweet, quirky, and absolutely lovely. From their very first encounter, Darren and Cassidy's love story swept me away. I caught myself smiling many times while reading.

“Heart of Gold” Release Day!

Today is the day. Book 4 in The Forgotten Countrymen novella series has been released into the wild!

Black Friday Deals! (All My Books Are Free)

Happy Thanksgiving weekend, everyone! I have the BEST kind of sale going on right now. It’s the kind that YOU don’t have to pay a single penny. All of my books are FREE for the Kindle until the 28th! 🎊🤩 So go grab you a copy of each one now. ✨ Links below!👇 The Brand …

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Cover Reveal: The Windward King by K. T. Ivanrest

I'm so excited to be apart of K. T. Ivanrest's cover reveal for THE WINDWARD KING! I had the honor of reading the first few chapters as a beta reader awhile back. I can't wait to delve into THE WINDWARD KING once released on October 29th!

Pre-order Available for Heart of Gold!

You can pre-order your copy of HEART OF GOLD today! It will be automatically delivered to your Kindle device or app on December 10.

Book Review: The Archduke by Elisabeth Wheatley

"Daindreth had spent most of his life learning to ignore the voice in his head, but that didn’t stop the demon—the cythraul—from speaking."

🔖📖Book Review: DAINDRETH’S ASSASSIN by Elisabeth Wheatley

"Every curse can be broken, but can two cursed people save each other?"

Cover Reveal: Heart of Gold

It's an exciting time for The Forgotten Countrymen! Not only did I complete the rough draft of HEART OF GOLD yesterday, I also have approved of the official cover!

The Power of Pretending and Writing

Yesyesyes! Beautifully said!

Morgan L. Busse

Let’s pretend. Those were my favorite words when I was a kid. I said them almost everyday.

“Let’s pretend we are unicorns living in the forest.” “Let’s pretend we are building a canoe to ride down the river to the ocean.” “Let’s pretend we live in the sky.”

After I would say those magical words, my siblings and I would embark on a day filled with imagination, storytelling, and character playing.

I never realized how I still pretend today. Instead of asking my brother and sisters if they want to pretend, I ask my readers:

—”Let’s pretend we have to live on the mountaintops because there is a mist that fills the valleys and turns you into zombies.” (the premise for Secrets in the Mist)

—”Let’s pretend we can visit dreams.” or “Let’s pretend we can control water.” (both premises for the Ravenwood Saga)

—”Let’s pretend that when I touch…

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