Category: travel

things of 2017

things of 2017

I have been abysmal at blogging this past year. Truly. I am making up for it gradually and it begins with a look back. There is speculation that 2017 was a jubilee year. Jubilee hasn’t been celebrated since ancient times (around 720 BC) so there is no way of really knowing. Gen. George Allenby led […]

January 3, 2018 | Posted in author events, Helion Chronicles, Life, travel
New Zealand

New Zealand

The tale of an epic quest through New Zealand. It began at 7 am on a Monday at, of all things, a rental car office. Though it was May, the air held a chill bearing the onset of fall and I had a video to watch. On driving on the left side of the road. […]

May 31, 2017 | Posted in Helion Chronicles, Life, travel
things of 2016

things of 2016

2016 is a bit odd to look back on because things have changed so much. It feels like years have passed between now and March and yet, oddly, things in December are beginning to look a little more like they did earlier in the year. I know, cryptic. It’ll all make sense once I get […]

December 12, 2016 | Posted in author events, Enchanted Storms, Life, Tattered Heart, travel
things of 2014

things of 2014

Initially this post was a filler, just a way to space some things out. But once I started writing it, I realized it’s actually a year worth remembering. I published my first novel, Tattered Heart. That should have been a clue right there that I should write something about this year. It was exciting and […]

December 15, 2014 | Posted in Life, Tattered Heart, travel
London

London

This is the tale of an accidental bookmark collection. Which is an odd thing for a girl who finds bookmarks an implicit defeat when reading. It starts at Westminster Abbey. Well, I suppose it starts a bit before that, sometime after I landed in the UK on a Monday, had lunch and decided to spend […]

September 1, 2014 | Posted in Life, travel
New York

New York

I admit, I’d never been to New York before. Which wouldn’t be much of an admission if I didn’t also add that I was never really interested in ever going. Something about it always seemed far too east coast and foreign in my mind and I would have been perfectly happy never to experience that […]

June 29, 2012 | Posted in Life, travel