No, I didn’t sneeze… Jolabokaflod is the name of an Icelandic tradition that translates roughly to “book flood” in English. The tradition is this: on the night of Christmas Eve families exchange books, and then they curl up with blankets and cocoa to spend the rest of the night reading! Sounds like the perfect tradition to me…books, warm drinks, blankets, probably cats if you have them (because, you know…blankets are like cat magnets). It sounds like such a wonderful way to spend the night of Christmas Eve! But what does this have to do with my blog (other than giving you another super cool fact)?Read More →

Frosted Fire is published!!! *excited screaming in the background* Click here to see Frosted Fire on Amazon It might take a few days for Amazon to link up the kindle version with the paperback, so you kindle readers may have to search manually, but both versions are up on Amazon and available for purchase! I can’t wait for you guys to read this book! Frosted Fire is my longest book so far, and it’s the first book in a series that I am super passionate about. I’m thrilled that I finally get to share this first story with you all! (It’s also taking a lotRead More →