Wetherholt Character Sketch: Nett Dairton

And today we learn more about Nett Dairton, the older sister! 🙂 I already did a character sketch on Lissie, so be sure to check that out! Full name: Antonette Jane Dairton Age at the start of the book: 23 Birthday: June 6th About her: Nett is calm and collected. She takes her time inContinue reading “Wetherholt Character Sketch: Nett Dairton”

WETHERHOLT LAUNCH DAY!!! 🥳🥳

TODAY IS THE DAY!!! Wetherholt officially releases!!! Ahhhh!!! I’m so excited! It’s been such a journey of writing, editing, prepping for release…it’s still hard to believe that it’s actually out now and all my work on it is done! It’s also available on Kindle Unlimited! 🥳 And while you’re reading it, why not listen toContinue reading “WETHERHOLT LAUNCH DAY!!! 🥳🥳”

Wetherholt Character Sketch: Lissie Dairton

Today we get to learn a little bit more about Lissie Dairton, the younger of the two sisters in Wetherholt. Full name: Alice Olivia Dairton Age at the start of the book: 18 Birthday: November 18th About her: Lissie is a hopeless romantic, daydreaming about her future husband and feeling quite giddy about it. AlthoughContinue reading “Wetherholt Character Sketch: Lissie Dairton”

Sneak Peak of Wetherholt! Nett’s First Letter

Four days until the official release date!! 🥳 After writing and editing and planning so long, it’s crazy how fast this last month has been!! And here we have Nett’s first letter which is a response to Lissie’s first letter. To:  Alice Dairton – New York City, New York, United States From: Antonette Dairton – Wetherholt,Continue reading “Sneak Peak of Wetherholt! Nett’s First Letter”

Sneak Peak of Wetherholt! Lissie’s First Letter

Hello, hello! Today is an exciting day for two reasons! Firstly, I can now announce that I will be releasing Wetherholt on Amazon on March 9th!!! That’s just a week and a day! 🥳🥳🥳 Secondly, I’m sharing the first letter you ever see written by Lissie—which also happens to be the very first letter inContinue reading “Sneak Peak of Wetherholt! Lissie’s First Letter”

Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 3)

Tip #2: Plan it like you eat it. So. Here you are. You’ve written your synopsis. “Now what?” you ask. Now…well…now you write. “Woah!” you say. “Hold up! That’s not how writing works! You can’t just start writing to write!” And my response to you, fellow writer, would be, “Why ever not?” You see, we’reContinue reading “Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 3)”

Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 2)

Tip #1: Plan it like you bake it. Anyone who has baked something can tell you: there are certain ingredients you need to include in your dough/batter for certain things to happen. There are ingredients that help it to rise, ingredients that thicken, ingredients that sweeten…I’m not going to start naming them because I’m sureContinue reading “Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 2)”

Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 1)

We’ve all been there. A sudden flash of inspiration. A story floods our mind. We have characters that seem real, yet unique. Their trials seem realistic, but still interesting. We have this burning idea that we just need to write. But then. The unthinkable happens. The story begins dying in us. Little bit by littleContinue reading “Brainstorming Your Next Great Idea (Part 1)”

Introduction to Wetherholt

I’ve had an absolute blast writing my first book Wetherholt and its sequel Wondering. They’re both set in 1870s America and center around two sisters as they write letters to each other of all their doings. My inspiration heavily draws on the themes from Jane Austen and Louisa May Alcott, with focus on family, love,Continue reading “Introduction to Wetherholt”

A Place to Hang the Moon (Cozy Book Reviews)

Best paired with: Hot cocoa and chocolate chip cookies A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus is a cozy children’s book centered on three orphaned children in London during World War II. After the death of their grandmother, they inherit a large sum of money that they are too young to touch. WithContinue reading “A Place to Hang the Moon (Cozy Book Reviews)”