Helmut Thielicke quote

"Charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised."

Proverbs 31:30

C. S. Lewis quote

"Lose your life and you will save it. Submit to death, death of your ambitions and favorite wishes everyday and death of your whole body in the end: submit (to God) with every fiber of your being, and you will find eternal life."
-C. S. Lewis "Mere Christianity"

My Novels

A list of novels that I am either currently working on, have been working on, or completed (which aren't many completed XD).

To Hear Him Sing

She's never heard a note on the piano, a string on a violin plucked, the voices of those she loves the most around her. But that doesn't stop her from dreaming and pursing her dreams of becoming a dancer.

He's been there, done that, tried it all... But nothing has fulfilled his insatiable dreams and desire for stardom. His once successful band broke up two years ago, and since then, he's been nothing but a washed up soul living from day to day.

Under the Cover of Darkness

David Cruse was an average college student until his mother died.  He was suddenly left with three younger siblings to raise, feed and take the place of a parent.  Suddenly everything isn't as easy for David.  His life turned upside down, having to quit college and take on a job.  But the money isn't coming as easy, and David is faced with a hard decision: join a force of criminals and get everything he's ever wanted, or face life with his faith and family.  

Alone In the Dark
Completed, but undergoing major rewriting. 

He was found as a child, abandoned and alone, by a dark lord and was raised as an assassin in the dark arts.  His play toys as a child were curved swords and battle axes; his playmate and best friend was a scaly dragon and his neighbor was a deadly bounty hunter.  Now at nineteen years of age, Fëllon Xrëeon is sent on an extremely important mission assigned to him by the dark lord Ȅrräd.  Make sure the elven princess doesn’t succeed in her ally mission.

The dark lord Ȅrräd is gaining power over to the west of the peaceful elven providence, Yilla.  His army is growing stronger every day and the elves know they need to prepare for an attack.  The princess of Yilla is sent by her father, the bold King Glandias, to convince the neighboring dwarves to join their forces.   The journey is dangerous, and the princess will need an accompaniment; an accompaniment and a mysterious bodyguard, named Fëllon Xrëeon.

Not Alone

Sequel to Alone In the Dark.

Žashŧä Xrëeon hates the life she has now.  As the daughter of an elven princess, and granddaughter of the King of Yilla, she is expected to be a lady, and a feminine lady at that.  But she doesn’t want to be a lady.  She wants to be a swordmaiden.  She wants to lead an army of Elves, not sit in a stuffy castle, learning what to do and not to do.  Her chance comes when the supposedly extinct race of vicious Mernics rise to power with a new leader.  Yilla doesn’t stand a chance against the rising Mernics, even with her allies of Gnomes and Dwarves. 

Fëllon Xrëeon, along with his daughter Žashŧä, in a desperate attempt to stop the attacking Mernics from destroying their beloved city, travels to the ancient town of Uörmiaŋ where there are sure to be more troops.  Along the way some mysteries start to unravel... maybe even the mystery of Fëllon’s shadowy past.        


A young woman has been trained since childhood as an agent for an elite, government group call V.O.I.D.  She was told it was her legacy, as it was her father's and her uncle's before her.  But little does she know the corrupt going on behind closed doors.  It is only revealed to her when she receives a mysterious necklace bearing the power sign do answer appear.  Answers that she never wanted revealed.

Dead or Alive

Sequel to CODED


  1. I am really enjoying your writings and style. It is so fresh and uplifting. I know you will have a bright future as a writer ahead of you. Can hardly wait for the next chapter of Under The Cover of Darkness to be posted. Keep up the great work! I am so proud of you. Love ya, Quilting Bug

    1. Hello!

      I am so glad that you enjoy my blog! I hope it will always be uplifting and inspiring! Thank you for your support!

      Angelina Zoe

  2. Hiii :) I've been silently stalking this blog for awhile. Don't be alarmed though, I'm.. normal.

    I love your blog and as always, I head to the 'My Work/My Novels' first. I'm really curious on how you get the ideas for your novels! I'm planning out a fantasy novel of my own. :)

    And just wondering, when did you actually start writing your novels?

    Looking forward to hearing your reply (I guess, you know... you reply to comments?)

    1. :) I'm glad you like my blog! It's always nice to hear that someone reads, because sometimes it feels like it's not. XD As for the ideas, usually they come through dreams at night. It sounds weird, I know, but I always have the wackiest dreams... Crazy wacky! And some of them make really good book plots. Other ideas, though, come from a collaboration of movies I watch, some from other books I've read, some through picture inspiration. It just depends on the idea at the moment. :)

      I started writing novels at the age of seven, although I didn't complete my first novel until I was around fourteen (maybe thirteen, I think).


    2. Oh, wow! Dreams, huh? The first thing that popped into my mind was Stephanie Meyer and Twilight (not that I've read it, seriously, I haven't).

      And YES, you do reply to comments! I love bloggers like that, who don't neglect their readers :)

      Seven! Haha, I wrote 5-8 paged 'books' at seven! I always look back and cringe at what I used to think was a book during my first and second grader days. Happy to see I'm not the only person like that around here.

    3. Oh gosh, no! XD Twilight... nuh uh... NO WAY, HOSEA!

      I try to respond to all the comments on my blog! Thanks for commenting, makes me feel special. :3

      That's awesome! Yeah, before I was old enough to write, I was drawing out pictures to a story. So I've basically been doing it my whole life.


  3. Wow is amazing how you develop this stories with so much content, the charecters are amazing, the narrative is beautiful. I can`t wait to read another taile of you. You have a lot of potencial. If you have an advice for new fresh writter aspirants like me please give some advice !!

    1. Anonymous,

      Thank you so much!!! Your encouraging words are much appreciated! I will have more advice coming in the future on this forgotten blog that needs much love, so make sure to stay tuned for more!



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