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It’s official! I have launched my first two Ebooks. They are available on Amazon.com, for Kindle. I’m looking at introducing them to Barnes and Noble, Nook, but I haven’t gotten that far yet.

It’s exciting for me, to see that people are buying them. Right now, I know that two of the copies that have sold are to my sister, and that’s ok with me. It’s been a while since we’ve talked and yesterday we got together. She has a kindle, so I pulled up the books, she bought them. After I left, she started reading. She said that my poems were very intense. I’m still trying to figure out if that’s a good thing or not, but I’m still proud. I’m proud that my sister had enough faith and pride in me to buy my books, and she’s shared them with friends.

Just like my blog, my poems book is about mental health. I think that it is important for people to learn about Mental health and mental illness. End the Stigma!

So, I’m including links to my books, available for purchase on Amazon.com.

Short Stories

Lyric and Lines

Help! I’m stuck in my head!

Yea, I know, It’s a funny title. 🙂

If I were to write a book, I think that would be the title. I might have borrowed it from a friend. 😉

Anyhow, I was just thinking about my bucket list, and one thing on there was to write a book and actually be published. I mean, how cool would that be?

What would I write about? Yea…I don’t know. I used to work on a book. I think I got up to ten chapters. But, if I remember, it was like a rip off of some other book that I had read. I can’t really remember. I should find my jump drive and look it up!

I remember that it was about a girl that was dealing with depression. She has powers, like invisibility and the ability to fly. She, was me. It was based on the feelings that I was having at the time, I started it in the ninth grade. Like when I started actually realizing that I was depressed. Man, this makes me really want to find that drive!

I know that I had put a lot of effort and time into it, of course if it has things that I (at the time) “borrowed” from other books, it needs some major work done. But still, do you know how cool it would be to sit there and work on it again?

I was really big on writing stories, short stories at the time. Maybe that’s why I like to blog so much.

Just some musings this afternoon.

Future Me

Dear me,

I know I’ve written to the past, but I want to look toward the future for a minute. Not many people, that I know of, do this sort of thing. It’s always to the past, never to the future. I want to look toward the future in hopes that I do, indeed, have a future. Read the rest of this entry

Book Things

So, here is a list of books that I’ve read, or intend to read.books2

An Unfortunate Fairy Tale: Chanda Hahn

UnEnchanted

Fairest


The Seer Series: by Linda Joy Singleton

Don’t Die Dragonfly

Last Dance

Witch Ball

Sword Play

Fatal Charm

Magician’s Muse


The Hollow Kingdom Trilogy: by Claire B. Dunkle

The Hollow Kingdom

Close Kin

In The Coils of the Snake

Series by Laurie Faria Stolarz

Blue is For Nightmares

White is For Magic

Silver is for Secrets

Red is For Remembrance

Black is for Beginnings

The Grey Wolves Series: Quinn Loftis

Prince of Wolves

Blood Rites

Just One Drop

Out of the Dark

Beyond the Veil

Fate and Fury

The Girl in the Box Series: Robert J Crane

Alone

Untouched

Soulless

Family

Omega

Of course, there’s:

Harry Potter: JK Rowling.

Sorcerer’s Stone

Chamber of Secrets

Prisoner of Azkaban

Goblet of Fire

Order of the Phoenix

The Half Blood Prince

The Deathly Hallows

The Hunger Games: Susanne Collins

The Hunger Games

Catching Fire

MockingJay

Lord of the Rings: JRR Tolkin

The Hobbit

Lord of the Rings

Two Towers

Return of the King

The Inheritance Series: Paolini

Eragon

Eldest

Brisingr

Inheritance


Maximum Ride: James Patterson

The Angel Experiment

School’s Out

Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports

The Final Warning

Max

Fang

Angel

Nevermore

Dave Pelzer:

A Child Called It

The Lost Boy: A Foster Child’s Search for the Love of a Family

The Privilege of Youth: A teenager’s story

A Man Named Dave

Sunday’s at Tiffany’s: James Patterson