So excited!!!!

Rain if the Wolves is done.

I know I’m not a consistent blogger, I enjoy having my head in the books too much.

Akita turned eighteen; that was the day she vanished. It all began with an innocent dream, or so she thought. Now she’s linked to the earth’s power, destined to help others. The universe is thrown at her feet; its true nature bares its teeth. 

Is it a gift or a curse? 

Darkness creeps in the shadow waiting for the right moment to strike.

Akita takes hold, creating her own fate, finding a love written in the stars.

mybook.to/RainoftheWolves

Fantasy Romance
Main character
Love interest

Thanks for taking a look🌹❤️🥰😍😘💋

Coming soon!

It is so close to release.

Rain of the Wolves


A fantasy romance that’ll leave you wanting more.


➡️Supernatural creatures
➡️Unstoppable love
➡️Destiny takes over
➡️Secrets & Liesbooks
➡️Danger

Do you enjoy fantasy romance?


It’s coming soon

Saturday July 17th

Good morning!

It’s bright and cool out. I’m awake, ready to write. The house is quiet, not the kind of silence that is comfortable. My family is 12000 miles away from me right now. It all happened due to covid, not the greatest topic but it happened non the less.

Covid gives me even more anxiety! It has taken my life and made it small. We all deal the best we can; some suffered more, but to each, the pain is different. I miss my family. I have not seen my kid in a year.

I have both shots now. Will I take off my mask, though? Not a chance!

How about you? How has covid affected your life?
I am off to write. Enjoy your day!

Friday July 16th

Good morning!
Life is grand; it doesn’t have to be perfect but waking with low anxiety is terrific. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen often! How are you today?

I’m writing today. Actually editing, but I want to write, and I hope I get a chance too. I am working on the last copy of Rain of the Wolves. I was only supposed to type it out, but as all you writers know, we can improve. So, I’m getting rid of tired words and playing with it as I go.

At first, I had extreme anxiety over the entire thing. I always preferred writing over editing. But, over time, I have learned to enjoy editing; go figure!

I might have anxiety, but it’s never over my writing. Writing to me is like a wave in the ocean, the sun in the sky and the moon among the stars. I love it! It calms me, making me feel as if I can breathe. This anxiety has been with me since I was young. I wasn’t always trapped in my house; there was a time when I hated going into my place. I felt unsafe Nature was the only thing that comforted me. I would spend all day out and about away from people enjoying the forest. That was before I began writing.

Do you find there are little things that bring comfort to your anxiety?

I do; without them, I might be lost. Music helps, sometimes I listen to songs in different languages it’s quite enjoyable. Sometimes it has no lyrics; I find it distracting when I’m writing. I like to listen to music and think about my books, whether I’m writing or just reading.

Tell me about something you do to relax.

Good morning! Thursday July 15th.

Good morning!

I woke today my anxiety was at a low. I received my second vaccine; I ended up with symptoms of the flu. My body felt like it was hit by a truck. My anxiety was at its highest point while trying to sleep. I listen to music (it’s how I fall asleep), and my head hurt. I couldn’t rest due to body pain; it was horrible.

Some people suffer that much body pain regularly; I feel for them.

How does your anxiety affect your writing?
Mine affects mine in different ways; it takes away time I can be writing. Sometimes I can’t pick up my laptop or my pen. It might seem silly, but anxiety and panic are never reasonable.

Most days, I can pick up my writing; it makes me feel good. I love being one with the story; I sometimes forget that anxiety exists. (that only happens when I’m writing)

I have a dog who is my best friend; he is also my emotional support dog. I love walking him, but he is patio trained too for when we are not in the country. I usually have a grassy garden box set up for him in the city. Though it is easy to get out in the country, he and I are one, walking like troupers.

When your anxiety hits and you are writing, does it ever affect what you write?

Good morning! It’s Wednesday July 14th.

Hello everyone! My name is Jupiter. I have had this blog open for a bit but until now I didn’t know what I wanted to write. I do now!

My topic is writing while living with an anxiety disorder. I have a social anxiety in result I am trapped in my home for weeks sometimes months without leaving. It’s called agoraphobia.

What is agoraphobia? That is a great question!

Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder. A person with agoraphobia is afraid to leave environments they know or consider to be safe. In severe cases, a person with agoraphobia considers their home to be the only safe environment. In case you want to know more I left a link.

https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/agoraphobia

It’s funny (not a haha kind of funny) I don’t feel afraid! I feel panic and it feels very unreasonable yet I can not control it. Do you ever feel that?

Writing gives me a sense of living. No I don’t live like everyone else; it is extremly hard to see others living the life I wish I could live but learning to survive each day is where I’m at.

So I choose to write about anxiety and how I live, breathe and see each day. My fight, my struggle and how writing helps.

Do you struggle with anxiety?

A WRITER’S MIND

There you stood

Your essence fills

My very soul

I hear you cry

Your deadly scream

Only to see you fall

I catch you

But you run away

Without a single word

You watch me

Here all alone

You truly seem absurd

I hear you

As your words escape

Into my desire

I see the world

We’ve created

And then I see a smile

Currently editing

Akita just turned eighteen when destiny takes over. Now she travels the universe, expected to help others. The universe loses control; her destiny no longer exists. Secrets & lies divide while love conquers.

On second edit, one more to go after this.

Never Alone

Frank sat up in bed and peered out the window. He felt different this morning but wasn’t sure what it was that made it that way. The city was quiet at that time of the morning, and if you listened quietly, you could hear the pigeons cooing at the park across the street. Frank let out a sigh and reached over for his glass of water off the nightstand. “Good morning handsome,” said a voice. Frank turned quickly and looked around his room; he was alone last night as far as he could remember. “Hello?” Said frank in an unsure voice. “Don’t be startled, I won’t hurt you.” Frank jumped up from the bed and gazed around the room frantically. “Where are you and why are you in my room?” The voice let out a soft giggle, “I’m not in your room.”

What genre do you enjoy?