Website: (YOU ARE HERE)
Patreon: BAM! Vlogs and cats and wordsies and much, much more!
Ko-Fi: Buy me a coffee or tea or whatever poison you want to fuel me (plznopoison)~
Archive of Our Own (Ao3): Where fan-thoughts go to bloom. and die. but mostly bloom~
Twitter: Wordsies from my mind burst forth at random!
Instagram: Random work-nest pics with the furbabby invaders!!
Yo! You’re still here? That’s fine. I guess. But why are you here? See, I’m wondering how you’ve stumbled upon these words, since they exist in a black hole somewhere left of my mind. (Yes, left. Always left.) Have you read something I’ve written? Have you seen me on Twitter? Did you somehow randomly type what turned out to be my name and BAM? (Are you even real?)
Well, the strings of fate unite us. Hopefully there’s no old hags with scissors nearby ready to snippity-snip-snip.
As of right this moment, I’ve written and self-published three books (all of which are in the 2121 series, a semi-dystopian fantasy about a group of asylum patients and their escape into another world), and have other projects in various stages of life. I’m currently working heavily on book 4 of 2121, The End of Syfe. It’s slated to be the final book in the 2121 series. If you want to keep a creepy eye on me, feel free to stalk me on Twitter or poke the Blog page (the now-mostly-static front page was the previous blog feed. I mainly use it for major information!).
I recently began keeping an active Patreon page to create an interactive community for my work as well as allow people to subscribe to me for more regular, detailed updates of what is happening in my world of cats, tea, and wordsies. You can find it here. If you like the idea of supporting indie authors but can’t commit to a subscription or just want to throw me a tip occasionally, you can use my ko-fi link to “buy me a coffee” as all the cool kids say. (I reiterate: no poison. I like my limited HP.)
If you’ve already read one of my books, please consider leaving a quick review. Detailed reviews are amazing, but realistically I know most people don’t care to spend the time on it these days. You can review at the book pages on Amazon or even on GoodReads (or both!!). Every review helps authors greatly, not just me!