Petty revenge poems based around my own personal experiences and the experiences of women close to me.
Miss Christianna Balfour has been dreaming about love for as long as her mother has been chiding her about finding a man with a good fortune. While her Mrs. Balfour dreams of wealth and comfort for her daughter, Christianna’s only desire is love. When Mr. Ephraim Stone waltzes into their little town with his dark… Continue reading For Love or Comfort
Have you ever had an ex that just wouldn’t stay out of your life? Did it feel like a monster coming back from the dead every time they walked back in? This poem book addresses that feeling.
Bluebonnet is a romance anthology with short stories from over fifty romance authors. All of the money raised from the sale of this anthology will be donated to the Robb Elementary School victims’ families. Bluebonnet will include short stories from Cady Verdiramo, Dee Lagasse, Victoria Ellis and… Heidi McLaughlin, Cali Melle, L.S. Pullen, Scarlett Cole,… Continue reading Bluebonnet: A Romance Anthology for Uvalde
All of the poems I wrote from the ages of seventeen through eighteen between the years of 2007 and 2009.
This is a collection about women*, by women*, for women*. It’s about your interpretation of what “Because I F*cking Said So” says to you when you look at it. Its about what you’ve been through and how you’ve made it through. It’s the raw emotions. It’s about taking the power back, keeping the power, and… Continue reading Because I F*cking Said So
A collection of poems written back in late 2006/early 2007 when I was just an angsty 16-year-old.
Three delicious and decadent stories are ready for you to devour. Yes, Chef By: Brigitte Ann Thomas Ripley Hall is a chef on the rise who just took a sous chef position for the one-and-only Cyprian Huxley, famous restauranteur. He also happens to be her long time boyfriend. He’s ready to announce it to the… Continue reading A Taste of You: An Anthology
Margaery and Ron have been together for a while now, but Margaery hasn’t gotten to meet his family yet. When Thanksgiving creeps up again, she sees the perfect opportunity. So, Ron and Margaery make plans to go to his childhood home for the holiday. Ron is apprehensive, but Margaery is optimistic. The complication, Margaery is… Continue reading I Chose a Witch in Wilmington
All of the poems I wrote back in 2005/2006 at the age of 15.