Hello, World!

Took me two days to write this post.













Okay, so here’s the thing: I am terrible at blogging. Like, really terrible. So I warn you in advance this will be a random, inconsistent, and sporadic exercise, but I will do my best.

Mostly, I hope to use the site to let you, my fans, know about any upcoming appearances or releases and to show off my covers and contests. I’ll also take any blog post subject suggestions you’ve got – seriously, anything, and I’ll try to write about it.

I’ll also be putting up excerpts and short stories for free, so if you need a Winters fix between books, this’ll be the place to check.

Welcome to my site! Hope to see you again soon!




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2 thoughts on “Hello, World!

  1. If any one is a Shakespeare, he or she wouldn’t be a dnneesdact of the English author or his brothers either!William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway had three children: Susanna (1583), and twins, daughter, Judith, and son, Hamnet (1585-1596). Since Hamnet died from the bubonic plague at age 11, Shakespeare has no recorded male dnneesdacts who bear his name.Of course, the playwright was also the first-born son of John Shakespeare, a glover, and Mary Arden, of Stratford upon Avon. Besides William, John and Mary had five other children who survived to adulthood, including three sons, Gilbert (1566-1612), Edmund (1580-1607), and Richard (1574-1613). Since William was the only son who married and had children, and his only son died in childhood, there are no direct, legitimate male dnneesdacts of either William Shakespeare or his brothers with the last name of Shakespeare.

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