Embrace Your Anxiety

Hey, my Feisty Ones! “Excuse my awkwardness, I have anxiety,” I say as I walk into the Chambers’ house. This day is unlike any other day. The Chambers’ house is full of laughter and whines. Usually a quiet bliss now holds a new adult, four children, and a small dog. Usually, I am very insecure…

Dead Week

Hello, my Feisty ones! It is dead week… *screams in exhaustion* A lot of college students are going through something that happens every semester. Finals. These are the worst days of our lives. Remember in the good-ole-high-school days when end of the year testing was horrible. University finals are the same thing, but on crack….

It’s Just a Bad Day

Hey, feisty ones! Unfortunately, I am not having a good day. It’s not anything that happened or something someone did. I just don’t feel like my normal self. I’m usually very hyper and bubbly. I’ve always wondered why I get into this mood sometimes. I get plenty of sleep, eat well, exercise mind and body….

Cover Reveal and Excerpt from Blood Phoenix: Imprinted by Alisha Costanzo

Date Published: May 9, 2017 Blurb: With an old war raging between vampires and shifters, Ria must learn to refocus her life if she’s going to survive. Her renegade fight was just the beginning. The queen is recruiting new soldiers. Ria’s going on vicious missions with her battle buddy. And her explosive abilities are malfunctioning…

Washi What You Say to Me

Hey, feisty ones! I have a confession to make. I have an addiction, or at least what society deems as an addiction. Ooh mighty washi tape! For your glory, I would give my first-born son. Specifically, the washi tape with cats. I use washi tape in every aspect of my life. On my planner, hell…

Tips of being a Rock Star Intern

Hey, my feisty ones! I’m starting my own diary thread. I hope you can learn some things and maybe get a few laughs out of it, too.  My first few weeks being an intern have been a daze of, “Oh my gosh, I didn’t know it took this much work” and “Oh yay! I did…

The Language of Fairy Tales by M. T. DeSantis

It’s often said of Shakespeare’s classics by many modern readers—his stories are timeless, but the language is inaccessible. The same could be said for the original versions of fairy tales. Writing, like any other part of a culture, has evolved. If the Brothers Grimm or Hans Christian Andersen picked up a modern novel, they’d share…