🎁 Resources | A.KA. Free Stuff

📚 For readers—

In 2013, I was invited to contribute a novella to the Fifty First Times anthology. The rights for How to Be a Heartbreaker have since been reverted back to me, and you can read it for free as a pdf here. The main characters are in college, as this is a new adult romance.

I wrote a young adult fantasy novel called Never After. It has magic, and fairy tales, and romance. I used to charge for it, because I believe books are art, and art has value. But then COVID-19 happened, and I also feel the world needs fun fairy tales. You can now download it for free as a pdf, mobi, or epub. If you previously purchased Never After, I donated all previous proceeds from the book to frontline healthcare workers in NYC during the height of the pandemic.

✏️ For writers—

I created a How to Write a Romance Novel guide for true beginners. Those of you who’ve already researched the writing process of have tried your hand at writing may find it basic. But if you’re brand new to the idea, we all must start somewhere, and I hope you’ll find it helpful.

I’ve created templates for romance writers. I used to sell them. And then COVID-19 happened. The world needs brave people to write happy books more than ever, and I want to help facilitate that. My templates are now available to download for free. If you’ve previously purchased the templates, I donated the money I’ve earned from those templates to those in need during the COVID-19 crisis.

Daily Wordcount Tracker
Character Worksheet
Romance Blueprint

The above templates are intended to be printed and completed by hand (or with a tablet and stylus). 

❤️ For everyone—

I used to “incentivize” (online marketer speak for bribe) people to sign-up for my email list with a pretty digital magazine including writing tips and a lifestyle design plan. That same magazine is now available to everyone, not just subscribers.

During the Covid-19 quarantine, Anthony and I started having “Powerpoint parties” with friends. We each create a 3 minute presentation on a topic we were passionate about or interested in, and present to the group on Zoom. Here’s my 3 minute presentation on why I am so fond of bullet journaling. Fair warning, there’s a bad word on the first page 🤗.