A Very Merry Christmas To All! ๐ŸŒ™โœจโ›„

Dear Friends,

May this Christmas and every Christmas thereafter be teeming with nothing but awesome, loving energies and limitless joy ๐ŸŽ…ย And Happy Holidays to anybody who may not celebrate Christmas ๐Ÿ˜บ! Happy New Year tooย ๐ŸŽŠ!

Lunar Regards,
Eva & Lunnah (Oh, and Leo too,
which is Lunnah’s feline companion.)


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P.S. Editing round two is going superbly! It’s also making me realize that I can write a whole lot more. Between the inception of this story idea until now, I have experienced a ton of life-altering things, which serve as new inspiration for this semi-autobiographical work of “fiction.” Who knows when exactly I’ll be officially finished with this novel. But no worries… I’ll keep you all posted and keep on posting excerpts here and there. ๐Ÿ˜€ย ๐ŸŒ™


Some more LUNNAH updates! ๐ŸŒ™

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In addition to a brand spanking new, super blue blog layout (complete with a custom banner I made), I’m at the 45,000-word mark after my first round of edits. But being the extra meticulous writer and editor I am by nature, one read-through isn’t enough, which is why editing adventure number two is now in order! I’m also scouring the interwebs for some prospective literary agents. I already have several in mind, but I can’t expect a “yes” right away, so I must have at least a handful of options.

Also, as Lunnah was undergoing that first round of edits, a lot of new ideas popped up in my mind (hence the extra 5,000 words). Something tells me the original 40k-ish words I was planning on is going to turn into 50k+. We’ll see… ๐Ÿ˜€

In the meantime, I’ll continue to do the occasional Lunnah excerpt post.

moonsThe blog also recently received some blog award nominations! Thank you so much for the nominations, fellow followers. ๐Ÿ™‚


May the lunar forces be with you! ๐Ÿ’™๐ŸŒ


LUNNAH update + 200 follows! :D๐ŸŒ™

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At 40,000-ish words, Lunnah is finished! But I use the word finished VERY lightly. Why? Because of that one word that starts with a ‘E’ and ends in a ‘G’… EDITING. I’m hoping to wrap all this editing business by Halloween, and then move forward to seeking out literary agents.

While I’m an author of multiple books, this is the first time I’m going the traditional publishing route. It’s a bit scary because I know quite a bit of rejection will be ahead of me until I get that one sought-after “yes.” But it’s beyond worth it and I’ll keep at it until I meet sweet success on the other side. ๐Ÿ™‚

In the meantime, I’ll keep on sporadically posting some Lunnah excerpts. Also, I have a a handful of wonderful beta readers and book reviewers who are interested in both reading and reviewing this book (which puts a HUGE smile on my face)… If you are at all interested, feel free to reach out to me directly.


Thank you, fellow moon children, for your ongoing support. I ๐Ÿ’–ย each and every one of you! ๐ŸŒ™๐ŸŒธ


200 Follows!



Paper or Digital? #MPBooks

Good question! I say paper! You?

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Paper or digital? Thatโ€™s what Iโ€™d like to talk about today. The rise of digital books has really brought more people into reading and made it easier for us to read on the go with a simple and light e-reader holding a whole array of books at the touch of a finger. But are digital books really that good? Do you prefer them to the physically written word? Or is there a place for both in our worlds today?

My experience of digital books is actually pretty short compared to others. Iโ€™ve always had a passion for books but for years the word โ€˜bookโ€™ meant a physical object made of paper which Iโ€™d get by walking into a local bookstore or public library. I never really warmed to the idea of a digital book, it seemed a fun concept but nothing, in my mind, could replaceโ€ฆ

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BOOK MILESTONE! 25,000-words.

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After a few weeks, I’m 25,000 words in! That’s about 60-70 pages of writing (in 12-point font) on my Microsoft Word document. It’s safe to say that things are coming along. But I can’t lie, once you reach this many words, things also start getting a tad bit overwhelming and slightly more disorganized. But I’m so passionate about what I’m writing that I know I won’t back away when the going gets tough.

Simultaneously, I’m also nearing the 100-follower mark. ๐Ÿ˜€

These are very exciting times for Lunnah!



50 follows in 5 days?!

If Lunnah wasn’t just a character in a book, she’d be jumping for joy right about now (even if she was in a public setting), and she’d more than likely celebrate with a big bowl of strawberries and sugar.

50 follows may not seem like much, but this blog was born about a week ago, and it hit the 50 mark a few days ago…ย  ๐Ÿ˜ฎ50_follows

I’m not just focused on the number, though. I’m simply excited someone (okay, more than a few someones) are interested in this coming-of-age novel. It definitely inspires me to keep pushing forward.

On top of that, I was surprised to see some book review inquiry emails in my inbox AND I simultaneously hit the 10,0000-word mark!

Is this post a bit too boastful? Forgive me if it is. I’m just a bit excited is all… โค

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Some More Exciting Stuff on the Horizon:

โ˜ฝ A full-color illustration of the protagonist (Lunnah) will be finished within the week. I commissioned a talented artist from Spain to draw Lunnah when she’s 21 years of age. This is when she decides to totally change her life and travel the world for an entire year in search of her tribe (all while attempting to awaken people to their inner child). The artist (Juls) actually just sent me the initial sketch and I reallllly (is that enough L’s?) want to share it, but I’ll just save it for my forthcoming main-character-reveal post.
โ˜ฝ I’ll be reaching the 20,000-word manuscript milestone in the next week or so!

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Reveals, Stuff

Book Blurb for “Lunnah”

To give you a tiny taste of what this novel is about, I crafted a brief book blurb. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg. All that’s left? A gigantic chunk of ice just underneath waiting for you to chisel away at it.

But fret not, I’ll be remedying some of the mystery with enticing excerpts in the coming days… Within the next few weeks, I’m also going to team up with an artist to see if they can do an epic draw-up of the star of the show, Lunnah. I’m an artist myself, but drawing people has NEVER been my forte…

Without any further ado…

An out-of-this-world girl, of this world, but not entirely in it, Ohio suburbia-bound LUNNAH STERLING is on a mission to remind adults of their neglected inner child, even if itโ€™s at her expense (which it often is). Her whimsical mission continues well into early adulthood as she bravely travels across the globe to not only share her wonder-filled vision, but to find her tribe.

Will Lunnah wake up the world from its black and white stupor, all while finding the authentic friendships and loves she didn’t think she needed but always longed for?


…I’ve been struggling with what genre this should be. I wanted to say Young Adult Fiction… However, the protagonist isn’t a teen throughout the entire novel. In fact, the narration spends a lot of time dabbling in her early childhood. BUT, A bulk of it will take place when she’s in her early 20s on her world-wandering, tribe-finding expedition. For now, I’ll just go with a cross between Contemporary Romance, Coming of Age, and Adventure. If any other genres pop out at you after reading this blurb or some of the forthcoming excerpts, please let me know! ๐Ÿ˜€


The adventure begins…

The only ingredient you’ll need? IMAGINATION!

Excerpts, artwork, and fun facts galore are on their good old way! Brace yourself.

In the meantime, find out more about this yet-to-be published novel here.