New Release: All The Things I Never Said

I don’t typically share personal news on this book blog as I like to keep it about the romance authors that I love. However, I am way too excited about this news to not scream it to the mountaintops and share it with the masses.

I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a little girl. Every year I would put it on my goal list but I would somehow find a way to push it back. Last year, I started to get really serious about releasing a project. I started a fiction novel that I thought would be my first release. Halfway through that, I realized that I wanted to release something else first.

Though I don’t talk about it much on this blog (and that will change soon), I love poetry. I have quite a number of poetry books in my collection and have written poetry since I was a little girl. When I hit pause on the fiction novel, I knew that I wanted to release a poetry collection.

I wanted to tell a story of a young woman through a series of poems and short stories that was concise and that would pack a punch. All The Things I Never Said was born. This collection tells her story; the high of finding it, the panic when she realizes it may not be for her, the low of having to let it go, and the heartbreak that follows that threatens to kill her. They weave a tale of how we crave love, how we push it away, and how much we mourn when it’s all over. I didn’t give the woman a name but I gave her experience.

This book isn’t about one particular person or experience. It’s about me and you and everyone else who is reading this right now. I think there is something in this book that everyone can relate to. Good friends and great wine made this possible. To them, I say thank you for sharing your experiences and having these conversations. This book is so much better because of you. 

The book is available now, to purchase, click HERE.

If you’d like a signed copy, visit


All The Things I Never Said is a soul-stirring collection of short stories, prose and love letters for the soulful wanderers, the brokenhearted and the hopeless romantics.

These stories represent the promise to find and keep the kind of love we dream about, but didn’t think would be possible. The push to remind us not to dwell on our setbacks but to focus on our comebacks. It’s the cold nights, the warm mornings, the empty beds, the big dreams, and the sheer belief that it will all work out in our favor.

This collection is about honoring the moments where we’ve forgiven past mistakes, loved ourselves fully and committed to never leaving anything unsaid.

Buy the book HERE.


P.S. The fiction novel will still be released.

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