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I've been writing seriously since 2018. In that time I've been featured in two horror anthologies, contributed stories to online publications, and did guest spots on podcasts.

I've also written numerous blog posts (most in the form of interviews), created my own podcast, and written a number of Tales Teller stories.

All the novel series, short stories, anthology contributions, blogs, and podcast episodes I've done since I first started out those handful of years ago, I'm grateful for it all.

Still, you never forget your first. For me, it was The Dreamweaver, an Epic Fantasy saga spanning three books and two spin-offs. I may be an old soul but I'm a huge kid at heart. Fantasy speaks to the nerd and the geek in me. Always have and always will.

Destiny Dustman, a high school senior living in an Atlanta suburb. Good grades, a sport she excels in, a best friend. The good life. Nice and normal.

Or, it was.

Thing is, whenever she goes to sleep, she awakes on another world. A planet called Kyan. There, she is D'stini, a young warrior with powers. She's part of a team of heroes called the Revyns.

War is coming to Kyan. A war that could decimate the planet. It's up to the Revyns to prevent it. D'stini is the key to the war prevention. Meanwhile, Destiny just wants to make it to graduation.

I'm currently updating and revamping the series. Then I will need to decide on which platform I want to place the series. Through the Barnes and Noble platform, or through Amazon via book form or Kindle Vella's episodic form.


Tell me, how do you prefer to read your stories?

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