Avily Jerome

Vote Third Party

Vote Third Party

I’ve seen the sentiment several times lately, from both my liberal friends and my conservative friends, that even though they’re not really on board with their party’s candidate options, they’ll vote along party lines because this election is “too important” to let the “other guys” win. I’ve written before about how politics is no longer […]

Spy

Spy

The Amulet Saga Volume Two: The Traveler Other Stories in this series: Escape The Road Bandit Trader The Third Son Healer Beggars The City Spy Jyn knelt before the magistrate, her head bowed submissively. Nyn’s backside, she hated being made to feel so small. More, she hated leaving Taurin alone so long. What happened after […]

Launch!

Launch!

Toward the end of last year, I hinted about upcoming projects I was going to be unveiling on my website. Well, that time has come! I have officially launched my website and my new author mentoring and editing business. I shared a little bit about my own writing journey, and explained what I can do. […]

The City

The City

The Amulet Saga Volume Two: The Traveler Other stories in this series: Escape The Road Bandit Trader The Third Son Healer Beggars The City Rose brushed a strand of sweat-soaked hair from her face. Myrta brushed past her, carrying a tray of tankards. “You’d best get back in the kitchen. If Mistress sees you resting, […]

Leave the Trash

Leave the Trash

This week, as I’ve been preparing to officially launch my website and my other projects that I’m going to be putting out this year (stay tuned—announcement still to come!), I’ve gotten a lot of great encouragement and feedback, but also some negativity from a source I once trusted. Putting yourself out there is hard. From […]

Beggars

Beggars

The Amulet Saga Volume Two: The Traveler Other stories in this series: Escape The Road Bandit Trader The Third Son Healer Beggars Rose stared down the dusty road in the direction the thief had gone until long after the sun climbed over the hills to the east. Myrta sat beside her, silent for a long […]

Propaganda and Double Standards: It’s the Liberal Way

Propaganda and Double Standards: It’s the Liberal Way

I recently saw this image posted by a friend on Facebook. The person who posted it commented, “Good to know.” They just bought into this narrative that a group that is genuinely doing good is somehow “bad” because they stick with their religious convictions. Make no mistake: The Salvation Army IS a charity. They are […]