Juggling Middle Grade Spaceships and YA Dark Spells

Fellow dreamers and magic enthusiasts, I'm back with another update from the trenches of my writing escapades. Today, I'm here to spill the intergalactic tea on my Middle Grade Sci-Fi project and a spellbinding YA Dark Fantasy that's been keeping me up past my bedtime. First things first, let's talk about my Middle Grade Sci-Fi . It's been a wild ride navigating the cosmos with these pint-sized explorers, and I've got to say that the research on space travel has taken me down a delightful black hole via YouTube and questionable conspiracy theories. Add in some quantum mechanics and now my brain hurts. But this story has been eleven years in the making, and I don't want to slow down. The plot may have changed, I may have cursed the cosmos, and I may have slammed my own noggin against the wall trying to think of any cool idea or formidable problem for these kids to solve, but I don't want to stop. In my corner of YA Dark Fantasy, I'm having fun using t

The Magical Maze of Writing: A Journey of Spells, Spaceships, and Snack Breaks

Fellow dreamers and magic enthusiasts, Welcome to this humble attempt to put some chaotic thoughts into words. I may be new to the scene, but hey, we're all just Starforged-in-training, right? I'm a typical daydreamer, prone to getting lost in fantastical realms while waiting in line at the grocery store, stuck in traffic, making dinner, or in the shower. I've decided to channel those wild imaginings into the world of Young Adult Fantasy and Middle Grade Science Fiction.  Let me be real with you – this has been no walk in the park. It's more like navigating a magical maze where the Minotaur is your inner editor, armed with a red pen and a penchant for slashing through your carefully crafted words. My daily routine involves wrestling with plot twists in one hand and fending off self-doubt with the other. Most days, I feel like I'm just a sidekick trying not to trip over my own cape. I've learned to embrace the chaos and let them lead the way. After all, it's