Goodreads craze

Hello friends and… friends! It’s been a while since there was a last update on this blog and to be frank with you, I’m not sure when I’ll get back into the reading vibe. I’m guessing it’ll be once I participate in read-a-thons again this summer, which will in turn provide you with more book reviews on this blog, but I can’t promise anything just yet!

I am able to tell you, however, that I am now officially a Goodreads author! Yep, that happened while time passed and stuff happened and rainbows appeared and… stuff. I’m pretty excited about it though! It took a while to get verified and to get my book up on Goodreads, but they exist! Just in case you missed it, here is the link to the hardcover version of Deviants (the other editions are also listed).

My author page on Goodreads can be found right here! If you are at all interested in following me or maybe asking me questions about the book/writing, feel free to send me them cause I’d love to answer them.

That’s all for today, thanks for reading and have a great day!



Long time no see!

I’m kind of wondering if I haven’t made a post like this before, but here we are. I’ve been kind of absent from this blog, but I have a good reason! I’ve basically… been publishing a book. Y e p. I’ve been working my butt off because I’ve decided to publish my urban fantasy novel, DEVIANTS, through a self-publishing platform here in The Netherlands.

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Writing bugs

So far on Scripturiently, I haven’t spoken much about writing — I read a lot, which is why this blog is overflowing with reviews and opinions on them regularly, but my main focus is and will always be writing. With writing comes a ton of stuff that you, as a writer who is happily hopping over the hills of creativity, do not want to deal with. There’s the well known writer’s block/well that pretty much every writer goes through, but it’s okay — we eventually find a way to break the wall or climb back up again. You see, that’s the amazing thing about being a writer — I don’t think I’ll ever stop.

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