New Release- Mortals of Ruin

Jump into the world of ancient Greece in this extraordinary new YA title exploring relevant topics in today’s society such as suicide, emotional abuse, war, addiction, and so much more. Expertly weaving fantasy and historical fiction this is an upper young adult read that you won’t want to put down.

Write Your Own Ending

“In each loss there is a gain, as in every gain there is a loss, and with each ending comes a new beginning.” ~ Buddhist Proverb Though epilogues are not required to be included in a novel, it is still pertinent to know the basics on how to write one. Most likely, your concluding chapter…

Falling Storm, Book One of the Pride series

A lioness carrying a costly secret. A leopard drowning under the pressure. A cheetah on the hunt for the truth. Will these three big cats survive the ultimate storm? Saga narrowed her eyes at their target, an old zebra with a limp foot, and launched forward. Her paws slammed into the ground once and the…

Free Books To Celebrate The New Year

Escape From Kitty City the ebook will be FREE starting tomorrow Jan 7th through Jan 11th. Get it before this amazing deal ends! Get a FREE exclusive digital copy of the newest novella in The Meer Series by subscribing to The Burrow Newsletter! What will you get from subscribing to The Burrow? News relating to upcoming…

In Pursuit of Believing

This is something that can get tricky. If you’re writing a fantasy novel of some kind then you are probably going to have to create an ideology for a group of people, animals, or things. In my case, writing about a society of meerkats, I had to think about what these creatures believe. I asked…

Apollo Invents Yo-Yos

Apollo was disappointed to find only Ares in the meeting hall of Olympus as he entered; his newest invention secured in his hand. Ares didn’t notice him at first, the god of war was pacing and muttering to himself. “If the Spartans attack the Athenians again then there will be another ten-year war, but if…

Apollo Invents Ice Cream (And Vampires)

Apollo brandished a clay bowl in the palm of his hand, inserting it into his twin’s face. Artemis’s silvery eyes crossed as she tried and failed to determine what inhabited the bowl. “Apollo,” she pushed the bowl away with one finger as if it was infectious, “what is that?”             Apollo lifted his prominent nose….