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Updated: Mar 31

My fingers are typing away, and the words appear on my screen like magic! It may be a mess, but the grammar errors and editing can be made later.

That is what it feels like to write on fire. This can happen for 10 minutes, 30 minutes at a time, or even for hours on end. Then, when done, I feel like I truly accomplished something.

I wish I always felt like this, accomplished, doing something worth my while, but I tend to get sidetracked with the everyday duties of life.

I vow from this day on to write at least 30 minutes a day, Monday-Friday, even if it is about a white painted chair, a dog with no hair, a bunny with horns growing out of its body everywhere, just plain anything that comes to mind. This, in turn, keeps my creativity moving to create book two of "Leaf Boy" or my next big story idea.


Writing on fire adds creative kindling to keep the fire from being snuffed out.

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Updated: Oct 27, 2022

I have rewritten and edited this manuscript multiple times since the first rough draft was completed on July 26, 2019.

Finally, I realize that I can only rewrite and edit it so many times and now need a professional to sharpen it up; I am ready to find my future editor-agent to help me along with my first book and the many more I have in the works. Including a second book in the series "The Adventures of Leaf Boy".

As a fiction writer and I write "The End," it is never the end. My mind keeps tossing about and turning over new ideas. What if my character grows a handlebar mustache and a long prehensile tail? Ooh, what if the realm gets swallowed up by a colossal salamander? My "what-if" ideas become never-ending! Then I start changing things and have to go back and make sure it makes sense and aligns with the story.

This is why I am so adamant about finding my future editor-agent; I cannot wait to find him or her, to help me finish my first book and push me along on my new projects. Finding that perfect editor to fix my grammatical errors will be fantastic; the ideas come easy, but writing in a fashion that makes sense can sometimes get a bit laborious. When I get wrapped up in punctuation and overthinking about proper grammar, my creativity level starts to fade.

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Updated: Sep 27, 2021

The boundless imagination and determination of one tiny leaf can do more than you think!

He may look like any typical leaf you see hanging around on a tree, but this leaf was chosen for big things!

Little Leaf has a longing to become a great adventurer, but unfortunately, this can never happen since he is attached to The Great Tree in the realm of The Secret Division of Earth. Or is he?

He indeed thinks differently than his fellow leaflings.

Will Little Leaf somehow fulfill the strong calling of his heart? Do great adventures lie ahead?

Adventures of meeting new friends, exploring unusual lands, and narrow escapes from peril could undoubtedly be in his near future!


Trying to write a synopsis of an over 45,000 word Middle-grade Fantasy is a bit tough.

I don't want to give too much away and at the same time be able to catch the attention of the potential reader.

Feel free to send me feedback! As I know, there is always room for improvement :)

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