So excited to almost be done with this urban tale! I've been getting some great feedback through emails and social media, making me even more excited to publish this novel! Trying to write a unisex novel has been interesting and I'm quite shocked at the turnout but it seems to be appealing to all genders … Continue reading Quinntella Wallace Update!
"Menta-Life: Desertion" is coming in by storm! The long awaited sequel of the series has become available for sale on some of the biggest online retailers worldwide! I'm so excited, likely more than the fans of the series! For those still catching up, I appreciate your purchase for the previous "Menta-Life" and it's new release … Continue reading Menta-Life Series Update
Most of what we have, in this age was laughed at, at some point in time. Looked upon as an unbelievable and impossible to achieve goal or invention. In the creator’s mind, the thought of bringing a piece of their fictitious place into a reality was possible. It takes you to make the difference, seeing … Continue reading Fiction is Power
Most of what we have, in this age was laughed at. Looked upon as an unbelievable and impossible to achieve goal or invention. In the creator's mind, the thought of bringing a piece of their fictitious place into a reality was possible. Everything starts as fiction, eventually becoming a reality. Don't fear or laugh at … Continue reading Power of Fiction
Traveling the U.S., I've come across lots of authors who have self-published through Createspace, Smashwords, Draft2Digital, etc. with no success. After conducting short interviews with them over lunch, I came to an interesting conclusion. A few of them expected their books to sell themselves (which your story has to be made of gold to accomplish) … Continue reading When Will People Notice Me?!
Growing up, I loved doing a lot of things that I thought would be great ideas to take up career choices. I ventured into playing the Sims and building homes was aboutctfe best thing ever to me. Even creating spacious interiors and layouts, drawing plans on paper to build them on my video game later … Continue reading When Your Best Friend Becomes a Job
What most people don't understand about imagination is that nothing is ever going to be original. You may feel like something is similar to something else and, when it boils down to it, you'll realize that it is. I get reviews and emails from people that tell me that my book character Vanessa Pheros from … Continue reading Unlocking Your Imagination
"It"... What is "it" exactly? Who cares what "it" is anyway? Do it as soon as humanly possible. We are in a generation filled with technology and thinkers. Technology that makes doing things that once took years to do in only months. The market is flooded with people who may want to do the same … Continue reading When to do “It”
One of the perks of being self-employed is that you get the freedom to stop and go as you please. There's no one saying "Hey... come here... be here at this time... bring my coffee (well maybe you can say it to your employees, if you've got any). One downfall about being self-employed is that … Continue reading Spare Time/Hard Work
When I was growing up, I couldn't figure out why my teachers never liked me wearing my earphones while I did my classwork. Not only was I not able to hear them but... oh wait... Any who, I was asked if I use music as a motivator when I write. My answer: "Yeah, music is … Continue reading Music and Work