Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf - Book 1 (ebook)

  • Mabel Goldenaxe just doesn’t fit in with the other girl dwarves—and she likes it that way. To please her father, and encouraged by her older brothers, she goes to work in the emerald mines. Still, she dreams of a better life—and becoming Gilliam’s top axe-throwing champion just might be her ticket out. Mabel is torn between her love of the sport—and her love for the elf Aramis. But loving an elf is forbidden. Dealing with her overbearing family, jealous friends, and deep family secrets, Mabel will have to summon all her strength to conquer her fears and become her own dwarf—lovelorn or otherwise.

The Ballad of Mabel Goldenaxe (ebook)

  • The Adventures of Mabel Goldenaxe are now available in one complete trilogy The box set includes: Mabel the Lovelorn Dwarf, Mabel the Mafioso Dwarf, and Mabel the Notorious Dwarf.

Spark Your Creativity Journal - Volume 1 (PDF)

  • Whether it is recalling some highlights from the dream I just had, musing about my plans for the day ahead, or working out an issue with the story I'm writing, spending a few minutes a day doing some free-writing gets the creative juices flowing and I'm more likely to want to write even after a long day at work.

    And I know I'm not the only one.

    That's why I created this journal. For writers like you (and me), who want a place to write out our thoughts for the day and find some inspiration and motivation to keep writing.

    I have broken up the journal pages into twelve weeks, with three pages for journalling for each day.

    Each week is separated by a motivational quote. On the back of that quote is a journalling prompt related to that quote. They are there to inspire your journalling for that week.

    Quotes like:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. One word, one sentence, one paragraph at a time
    3. My path to success is my own
    4. I succeed when I focus on what I control
    5. Remember why I want to write
    6. If it were easy, everyone would be doing it
    7. It is time for the stories inside me to be written
    8. Expressing myself creatively is self-care
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself

    Above all, it is my greatest wish that this journal helps you get the words on the page, polish them up, and send them out, so you can achieve your writing dreams!

Spark Your Creativity Journal - Volume 2 (PDF)

  • Whether it is recalling some highlights from the dream I just had, musing about my plans for the day ahead, or working out an issue with the story I'm writing, spending a few minutes a day doing some free-writing gets the creative juices flowing and I'm more likely to want to write even after a long day at work.

    And I know I'm not the only one.

    That's why I created this journal. For writers like you (and me), who want a place to write out our thoughts for the day and find some inspiration and motivation to keep writing.

    I have broken up the journal pages into twelve weeks, with three pages for journalling for each day.

    Each week is separated by a motivational quote. On the back of that quote is a journalling prompt related to that quote. They are there to inspire your journalling for that week.

    Quotes like:
    1. Be the writer I was meant to be
    2. Celebrate the small steps
    3. I may not know how now, but I am capable of learning and figuring it out
    4. Remember who I’m doing this for
    5. I control putting the words on the page, polishing them up, and sending them out
    6. Writing time is writing time
    7. Someone out there wants to read what I write
    8. No one gets to read what I write until and unless I choos
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Above all, it is my greatest wish that this journal helps you get the words on the page, polish them up, and send them out, so you can achieve your writing dreams!

Spark Your Creativity Journal - Volume 3 (PDF)

  • Whether it is recalling some highlights from the dream I just had, musing about my plans for the day ahead, or working out an issue with the story I'm writing, spending a few minutes a day doing some free-writing gets the creative juices flowing and I'm more likely to want to write even after a long day at work.

    And I know I'm not the only one.

    That's why I created this journal. For writers like you (and me), who want a place to write out our thoughts for the day and find some inspiration and motivation to keep writing.

    I have broken up the journal pages into twelve weeks, with three pages for journalling for each day.

    Each week is separated by a motivational quote. On the back of that quote is a journalling prompt related to that quote. They are there to inspire your journalling for that week.

    Quotes like:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. My perfect writing space is wherever I sit and write
    3. Remember why this story is important to you
    4. I have options
    5. Writing gives me a voicet
    6. I cannot edit what hasn’t been written
    7. It’s OK to have off days
    8. My perspective is what makes my story original
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Above all, it is my greatest wish that this journal helps you get the words on the page, polish them up, and send them out, so you can achieve your writing dreams!

Spark Your Creativity Journal - Volume 4 (PDF)

  • Whether it is recalling some highlights from the dream I just had, musing about my plans for the day ahead, or working out an issue with the story I'm writing, spending a few minutes a day doing some free-writing gets the creative juices flowing and I'm more likely to want to write even after a long day at work.

    And I know I'm not the only one.

    That's why I created this journal. For writers like you (and me), who want a place to write out our thoughts for the day and find some inspiration and motivation to keep writing.

    I have broken up the journal pages into twelve weeks, with three pages for journalling for each day.

    Each week is separated by a motivational quote. On the back of that quote is a journalling prompt related to that quote. They are there to inspire your journalling for that week.

    Quotes like:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. I’m keeping my eye on the prize
    3. Anything is possible
    4. My voice deserves to be heard
    5. Boundaries are necessary to achieve my writing goals
    6. Embrace the challenge of growing as a writer
    7. Start fresh every day
    8. Write the story I want to write
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Above all, it is my greatest wish that this journal helps you get the words on the page, polish them up, and send them out, so you can achieve your writing dreams!

Spark Your Creativity Journal Bundle (PDF)

  • Whether it is recalling some highlights from the dream I just had, musing about my plans for the day ahead, or working out an issue with the story I'm writing, spending a few minutes a day doing some free-writing gets the creative juices flowing and I'm more likely to want to write even after a long day at work.

    And I know I'm not the only one.

    That's why I created this journal. For writers like you (and me), who want a place to write out our thoughts for the day and find some inspiration and motivation to keep writing.

    I have broken up the journal pages into twelve weeks, with three pages for journalling for each day.

    Each week is separated by a motivational quote. On the back of that quote is a journalling prompt related to that quote. They are there to inspire your journalling for that week.

    In this Bundle you get all four printable journals. Quotes from Volume 1:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. One word, one sentence, one paragraph at a time
    3. My path to success is my own
    4. I succeed when I focus on what I control
    5. Remember why I want to write
    6. If it were easy, everyone would be doing it
    7. It is time for the stories inside me to be written
    8. Expressing myself creatively is self-care
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Quotes from Volume 2:
    1. Be the writer I was meant to be
    2. Celebrate the small steps
    3. I may not know how now, but I am capable of learning and figuring it out
    4. Remember who I’m doing this for
    5. I control putting the words on the page, polishing them up, and sending them out
    6. Writing time is writing time
    7. Someone out there wants to read what I write
    8. No one gets to read what I write until and unless I choos
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Quotes from Volume 3:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. My perfect writing space is wherever I sit and write
    3. Remember why this story is important to you
    4. I have options
    5. Writing gives me a voicet
    6. I cannot edit what hasn’t been written
    7. It’s OK to have off days
    8. My perspective is what makes my story original
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself
    Quotes from Volume 4:
    1. The best thing to do is just start
    2. I’m keeping my eye on the prize
    3. Anything is possible
    4. My voice deserves to be heard
    5. Boundaries are necessary to achieve my writing goals
    6. Embrace the challenge of growing as a writer
    7. Start fresh every day
    8. Write the story I want to write
    9. I am worthy of taking time for myself

    Above all, it is my greatest wish that this journal helps you get the words on the page, polish them up, and send them out, so you can achieve your writing dreams!

Blueprint for Writing Success (ebook)

  • There is no magical trick to writing. Writing itself isn’t hard. Persisting at it, completing a story, pursuing a career as a writer is. The distractions and self-doubt get in our way. It doesn’t have to be that way. We are the architects of our own success. Our writing lives are our masterpiece designs. This book is a template, a starting point, for you to build the writing life you want. You will:
    • Set a strong foundation before you begin
    • Free your mind to dream the Big Dream
    • Put the words on the page
    • Avoid the Murky Middle
    • Know what happens after “The End”
    In each section, you will anticipate the work ahead, prepare for the inevitable distractions and pitfalls, and develop the tools you need to overcome them and succeed.

Silencing Your Inner Saboteur (ebook)

  • All writers experience times when we don’t feel like writing, or have difficulty getting words on the page. We give these situations the umbrella name of writer’s block and blame our censor, critic, or editor. Silencing Your Inner Saboteur explores these issues and situations to discover that it is really a saboteur behind it all, preventing writers from achieving their dreams. This book is for writers of all stages, from those just beginning to those who are well into their writing careers. Inside this book, you will uncover the source of your inner saboteur, its disguises and tricks, and how to silence it. There are also exercises after each chapter to build the resources necessary for silencing your saboteur.

Mabel the Notorious Dwarf - Book 3 (ebook)

  • Will Mabel finally find a way to live her life of infamy on her own terms? It’s been three years since her tango with the Dwarven and Elven Mafias, and Mabel Goldenaxe has been busy. Her movie making career has soared, she has the support of her friends, and has even found love. She’s the dwarf who has it all—or does she? Mabel’s relationship with art-dealer Brent is on the rocks. The bond with her famous Mam, Frerin, has been more than tense, especially after what happened with Sevrin. Aramis, the now-Elven king, seems to regret his part in Mabel’s troubles and wants to be back in Mabel’s life. And her brother Max, her only connection to home, has stopped writing to her. In the dramatic conclusion to the Ballad of Mabel Goldenaxe, Mabel must navigate her lingering love for axe-throwing, tumultuous relationships, and sidestep betrayal before it bites her in the battle-axe.

Mabel the Mafioso Dwarf - Book 2 (ebook)

  • New family, new friends, a run in with the mafia . . . and Mabel thought dating was hard. Exiled from her family and everything she knows, Mabel Goldenaxe embarks on an adventure with her estranged Mam and the famous elf Aramis. In her new city of Leitham, a bustling metropolis where movies are made and female dwarves are free to choose their own paths, Mabel quickly discovers not everything is as perfect as it first appeared. Her desire to heal an axe-throwing injury turns disastrous and Mabel finds herself a pawn in the dealings of the Elven Mafia. Every choice she makes carries the threat of dire consequences for her newfound family. Can Mabel navigate the betrayal, missteps and intrigue to live the life she wants? Or will she be forever doomed to be a mafioso dwarf?
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