Pitching a book: The Struggle is Real!

I’ve decided to do a video diary of my journey to publishing (with no idea how it will go) in hopes that I can help other writers through the ups and downs. Check out my new vlog and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel.

“If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.” -Maya Angelou (The Heart of a Woman)

And the first pitch is out!

Feb. 18, 2019

I can’t believe it. After completing my third manuscript, after writing several iterations of a synopsis plus polishing up options for my query letter, I’ve pitched to my very first literary agent! If you read my post Pitching to Literary Agents: See what had happened was… you know it’s been a long time coming.

I have no idea what will happen but I feel so damn optimistic. I love the words that I’ve written and I know some woman out there needs to hear them, maybe to do some introspective reflection or maybe just to laugh and dream. Either way, my words are coming and I’m going to keep my passion-fy family in the loop the entire way. Send a prayer up for me. It’s just the beginning…


V.day Book Deal on My OG Untraditional

Yes, there was a lot of slang in my headline and for good reason! I’m placing some mad respect on my OG Cover paperbacks of Untraditional: A Collection of Passion-Fy Short Stories. This cover was the brainchild that I created with the amazing Mike Lancette but it’s time for me release my last copies to the world. *sigh*

So, right now, if you subscribe to my newsletter list below, you’ll get my OG book for 20% off. Yep, that’s all you have to do to get some vintage passion-fy! I’ve got some great things coming down the pipeline and I want to stay connected with you, plus give you some free stuff.


She makes for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift and supplies are limited so grab yours today. Free shipping is included!

Untraditional is a poetic, passionate piece perfect for gifting.




Preview Untraditional (Excerpts from the book)


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