Author interview with Zarina Macha

Zarina reached out nearly a year ago for someone to review her poetry book and her novella collection. I responded and since then I have had the pleasure of reading and review her works and now I have had the chance to interview her! Is being a writer a gift or a curse? Definitely a... Continue Reading →

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I needed a drawing break. I did a bit more than normal, so I took a break and got the drawing bug again and decided to start working on John and Christine Comics. Here's the first!Check out my Patreon fo the finished product later in the month! I'll figure out a schedule I can keep.

Accident on Fairmount after 7:00 pm EST Today

Grey sedan crashed headlong this evening into a dark colored sedan. The roads were wet and rainy which may have contributed to the crash. As the first Police Car arrived, occupants of the grey sedan fled on foot South from the crash pursued by the Police Officer. Several witnesses left their vehicles to check on... Continue Reading →

Dandelions

We recently moved over 3,000 miles across the country to a Great Lake area city. With this, comes a large shift in climate. Our previous city was hot and dry in the summer and cold and dry in the winter. The green that one could see usually appeared dusty and dull, as if covered in... Continue Reading →

M. H. Elrich!

M. H. Elrich and I grew up telling stories and creating characters and worlds together. I am so honored and pleased to host her on my blog today as she launches her first book, Etania's Worth. I hope you enjoy her stories as much as I do!

#fanq&a

What was the first book to make you cry? I am not sure what was the first exactly. I do know what book made me cry on a reread. I lay in my loft bed clutching the pages, the words swimming in front of me. Old Dan and Little Ann are staring down the cougar... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lauren Alder

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with Lauren Adler, author of the adult Sci-Fi novel The Codex of Desire. Below you’ll find her answers to questions about her writing process as well as her books and upcoming projects. C.M. Fritzen: Is being a writer a gift or a curse? Lauren Adler: I only feel... Continue Reading →

Review of These Pearls are Real

The poetry collection These Pearls are Real by Carla Cherry was an enjoyable read. Through each poem, Cherry explored a different side of herself, love, her experiences in the world, black experience in the US, her observations and more. I greatly appreciated being allowed to see this glimpse of life from her perspective and definitely... Continue Reading →

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