This month, my patrons over at Patreon received an original poem (outside of the usual 365 Challenge updates, which are also compiled there), a performance video from the last Kingston Collective Poetry Show, a self-shot rehearsal video, and two samples of my poetry editing process, showing how the 365 Challenge poems that I post daily … More Patreon Goodies
“Eva McRayne wanted a steady paycheck, not a television show. But when Elliot Lancaster hands her the opportunity to discredit his paranormal findings on camera, she finds it impossible to turn him down. Her life changes in more ways than one after she goes to New York to learn more about the theories she will … More The Sibyl, by Cynthia D. Witherspoon
I recently had the pleasure of acquainting myself with Louise Collins, a twenty-something year old writer from Bristol with a very important story to tell. “Depression consumed my life taking me with it and this is the story of why. I struggled to tell some people why I had fallen down a rabbit hole that I … More Nonfiction Girl-Trash Fairy-Tale
The wait is over! (I didn’t make you wait very long, did I?) I’m proud to reveal the cover art for The Motel Room, my first independently published ebook. Look for it on Amazon next week! From The Motel Room: I wish I could scream, howl and roar until they fled from me, … More The Motel Room cover art reveal!
In anticipation of Whispers, I’ve decided to release two of the included short stories in the upcoming weeks. With that in mind, I’m proud to announce that my first independently published ebook, The Motel Room, will be available in mid-April. Look for the cover reveal next week! The Motel Room is a new take on … More The Motel Room