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For the next 6 days, TBBD is available for only $0.99! Its literally 400 pages of book for change you find in your couch! It’s on Kindle, and if you don’t have a Kindle, fret not! All you have to do is download the app on your phone/tablet! Works the same! “The Bad Boy’s Dance” is a romantic comedy that toys around with more mature themes. The characters are relatable in all the clichè ways, and would make a great gift for a romantic heart!

So click here!

Be awesome and support a young author by buying this now! I mean, come on. Why not?




Buy TBBD & Support a Local Author! ♡☆

I’m awful at this advertising thing, so feel free to leave me tips. But in the meantime, there’s a giveaway for “The Bad Boy’s Dance” on Goodreads. Ending soon, so join now for a free, signed copy!

Also,  you can buy the book on Createspace for $17.50! It’s a great present if you have a teen or tween daughter,  or if you want a funny, stress-free romance!

I’d really appreciate it, and leave a pic of yourself with the book so I can send it out on my social media!

Late Night Coffee Musings #2

I’ve always thought it was weird that people could just fall out of love. That they could share their heart and soul with someone, connect with them, and let them go. Doesn’t it hurt? Doesn’t it feel like a small piece of you leaves with them? I mean, I get it. He’s not the One. He’s not right.

But how do they do it?

Maybe it’s because I’ve never been in love. To be quite honest, I’m terrified of ever falling in love. At least, not any time soon. I’ve barely got a grasp on my sanity-adding the highs and lows of falling for someone would fuck me up in a major way.

I’ve had plenty of crushes though. When I scroll through my phone and see their name, it’s like a movie-reel plays behind my eyes. I’m blushing and giggling (later I want to slap myself), pillow talk at sleepovers with my best friends, the excitement and anticipation, standing in front of my closet and thinking, “I wonder what’ll happen today.” It’s a rush, a rollercoaster that never goes down.

But those are crushes.

I write books, and I’ve been told I simulate love almost flawlessly. The nerves, the anticipation, the butterflies-turned-elephants in the tummy. But my fatal flaw- I can’t quite capture heartbreak. I’ve never felt it. My heart’s bruised, but not from love. So how do I write about something I can hardly imagine?

This leads me to the whole point of this ramble. The intimacy, the romance, the connection-that I can understand. What I can’t is how you move on after you lose it. How you pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and think, “Just another day’s work. There are plenty of fish in the sea.” 

Maybe it’s because I’m still a silly, romantic teenager. Despite the sad reality of life that’s revealed to every day I get older, I still wholeheartedly believe in happy endings. In finding your person and just knowing that this is who you want to be with until your old and gray and senile. This is the person who’ll eat the lettuce off your plate because you hate them, who’ll listen to your rant for hours about a snide coworker (even if you know he’s only listening to about 40%), the person who’ll start a family with you, the person you’ll share a bed with and your heart with.

How do you move on from losing the possibility of that?

I don’t understand.

And I hope I never do.

There is a Butt-Naked Apparition in my Bedroom


Butt Naked Feline Apparition


LOL. No, there isn’t (title) or else I wouldn’t be blogging about it; I’d be in the hospital having shock therapy administered on me. Thanks, GAC, you guys say the weirdest things. 

Point of the title: Where are you guys? 

I’m aware that WordPress is not particularly interactive, but I personally think that sucks BIG-TIME. It’s so much fun to talk and debate with people from all over the world, or even from our neck of the woods! I’m aware that I am a teenager, and yes, this may induce some adults to want to pat my head and walk away while I babble at their backs. 

Hopefully, that’s not the case here. 

I want to hear your thoughts and comments, and hey, if you want me to read or comment on a blog you feel strongly about, hit me up (I never understood that phrase, why would I want to be beaten, but whatever). 

Let’s start with this: Some of you may know the website Wattpad? Yes? Cool beans. I have a page on there, and a story that is quickly becoming my baby. It would mean the freaking WORLD to me if I could hear thoughts/ critique on it, because quite frankly, I’m not a professional writer (*cough* obviously). Here’s the website:

The story is called “Dance With Me”. No, it’s not a gritty, brilliant masterpiece that secretly belongs among the works of Edgar Allen Poe and Ralph Waldo Emerson; it’s teen fiction! 

Anyway, I hope my blog can be a place where people can interact with their opinions and thoughts. 

And learn how to curse in different languages, that’s always fun.