Diary On Writing

Celebrating Traditions and Accomplishments

December 19, 2016

I can’t believe it’s December 19th already and the phrase that we all say every year is starting to be heard more and more “Where did the time go?” I should recap this year but it seems like I didn’t do much. But I did. I just can’t seem to recall every detail, especially when it feels like no significant changes occurred. Or maybe they did and I’m not meriting them so. I should probably give myself more credit. Aren’t…

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Dela's Books

THE 52ND sequel Cover Reveal

October 28, 2016

So I had an awesome day yesterday celebrating THE 52ND’s 2-year anniversary by releasing the cover to the sequel, BEYOND THE NEON SHORE!! Take a good long stare people. Feast your eyes on the epic nature of it. The explosion of color, the similarity of THE 52ND, the snake skin on the spine (see picture below to see it better), the burst of light coming from the water, the ceiba tree…I mean I can just go on and on and…

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Reviews - YA

The Whispers Of The Fallen Review

August 25, 2016

A masterminded journey between starry whispers, smoky enemies and hopeless redemption—The Whispers Of The Fallen will leave your heart racing. The Whispers Of The Fallen is a brilliant hybrid between the fantasy and paranormal genres. And I loved every minute of it. It felt my heart was always on the run because literally, the main character Isaac, was always on the run.   The book starts off in what seemed a beautiful quaint little town. There were trees and rivers…

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Diary Summer Travel

My Summer

August 25, 2016

I can’t believe I’m writing this post and summer is almost over! For my family this summer has been unusually busy. We went camping in the mountains, down to the beach, watched an outside play in St. George, and even had our first annual United States Road Trip where we traveled the southern states for 3 weeks (more on that in another post). As a motherauthor (this word will be used often I’m guessing) time is of the essence. I don’t…

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