News & Updates
February 17, 2021

I am among the millions of Texans affected by Winter Storm Uri. That meant no power, no electricity, no heat, unreliable running water and most of all no cellphone service. We have no generators and what little power that flowed through our devices in case of emergency contact came from the power banks we charged…

Quick and Dirty
January 31, 2021

If you haven’t caught on by the title, welcome to Sabrina’s Quick and Dirty Q1 Goals for 2021. This year, I made a list of goals for 2021 which you can check out here. For the past couple of days, I’ve been mulling over what I wanted to write for this blog post. Before I…

January 14, 2021

Guest post by Steph   Blogging So far this year my blog has been very active. I don’t want to let that slip, but also, I don’t think I can do 5 posts every week. For 2021 I would like to post on my blog at least two times a week, and the extra day…

100 Day Writing Challenge
November 2, 2020

TL;DR: Starting on November 2nd, 2020, I am taking part in a self-proposed 100 day writing challenge. For the next 100 days, I will write for at least of fifteen minutes every day. By the end of the hundred days, I should have completed at least one of my goals: Have at least one manuscript…

Mask and Handcuffs Taboo Romance Tropes
February 25, 2020

Taboo romance tropes are and have always been a favorite of mine. There is an allure to wanting something you can’t have. Stories filled with drama, intrigue and temptation are my guilty pleasure. As a reader, a vast amount of my books includes at least one taboo trope in some form or another. I enjoy…

The Lightening-Struck Heart
February 3, 2020

  Title: The Lightning-Struck Heart (Tales From Verania Book 1) Author: T.J. Klune Genre(s): M/M Sword and Sorcery Fantasy Page Count: 451 pages Buy link: Blurb: Once upon a time, in an alleyway in the slums of the City of Lockes, a young and somewhat lonely boy named Sam Haversford turns a group of teenage…

It's 2020!
January 14, 2020

A Thank-You Letter to 2019 Better late than never is my thank-you letter to what I’ve learned in 2019. It is also a welcome to the better version of me waiting in 2020. Recently, I’ve been working on some new goals for the new year. There were a lot of things I wanted to achieve….