Wander Writer’s Retreat 2018 Vlog

Last weekend I was so excited to travel to Minneapolis for the first ever Wander Writers Retreat! As you can tell from the vlog, I had a great time meeting so many amazing writers. I’m always so happy to make these lasting connections and to also see so many writers with such bright futures ahead of them. Be sure to subscribe to all the lovely ladies!

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My Author Origin || Tag

I was tagged by Jessi Elliot to do the Author Origins tag created by Evie Driver. Watch the original tag.

Watch the original tag by Evie Driver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8frZUkbGQU8

Tag questions: ttps://wp.me/p7WZkt-6SO

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BookCon VLOG – Meeting AuthorTubers & Jennifer L. Armentrout

BookCon 2018 was amazing! I meet up with the wonderful Brittany Wang and formed a team of five to help conquer BookCon and got in line for a LOT of signed books! I was also able to meet up for a few other wonderful writers: Kristen Martin, Meg LaTorre of iWriterly, Sophia Elaine Hanson and J. L. Willow, a debut teen author! Oh! I and did mention I surprised Jessi Elliot with a shout out from her favorite author, Jennifer L. Armentrout?

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How to Balance Writing & Life #AuthorTubeRetreat2018

 

 

It took me about a month, but I finally got around to editing my collab video from the #AuthorTubeRetreat2018. For this video myself, Anna Vera, Kaila Walker and Natalia Leigh are all talking some of our favorite things we do to to help our balance our writing life with our personal life.

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AuthorTube Christmas Tag 2017 (w/ Jessi Elliott & Emily Bourne)

Happy first day of December! I have to say, Christmas is one of my favorite holidays! To get into the Christmas spirit this year on AuthorTube I’ve enlisted the help of Jessi Elliott and Emily Bourne, fellow AuthorTuber’s, to re-create the AuthorTube Christmas tag! Last year Jessi created the tag and this year Emily and I worked with Jessi to create new questions and bring the tag back to life!

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