Showing posts from February, 2014


Hey everyone, So if you've noticed a few different things about this blog (actually many different things) it is that this has now become my official blog where I will blog regularly. Why this blog, you ask? Well, it has the most on it regarding the Birthrite Series. This blog will also link to The Birthrite Series Website as well as the new that is being launched within a couple weeks. Like my YouTube Channel , I have a pretty good idea of what I want to do with it now, so I will be blogging fairly regularly, about the Birthrite series, other projects, and other cool stuffs. Also, if you look at the sidebar, I have a few blogs that I also recommend. One is the blog of Jenny Trout/Abigail Barnett . She has written a few cool vampire, young adult, and erotica (hence the two different author names), and she also does a hilarious recap of the book series, Fifty Shades of Grey. I very much recommend checking out her Fifty Shades Recaps if you want a good laugh

A Book I Edited is Released Today!

Hey everyone, Non-related Birthrite Series news: a book I edited is now available for public consumption! It's a fast-paced and fun read. It's also a little different from what I normally do. So check it out and pick it up! JW Bumbarger's Two Lane Blacktop Too Thanks everyone and more coming soon! :) Tiffany

Cover Reveals!

Hey everyone! If you've checked The Birthrite Series Website , you may notice a couple new things: 1.) The cover reveal for "The Cemetery by the Lake." This is a free short story that I will be releasing on March 4 through Smashwords. And here is the cover: 2.) While I know I said that the cover for "Descent (The Birthrite Series 1)" would be released on March 4 with the short story, "The Cemetery by the Lake," I am so happy and so excited about how the cover turned out that I'm revealing it early. Here 'tis! So those are the covers, and now that the "Descent" cover is released, I'll be using it for the playlists as well. :) I also want to the thank graphic designer extraordinaire, Rowen Poole, for helping me see the vision I had for the covers become a reality. I'm so excited to give you all the finished and edited stories. Thanks everyone and have a lovely weekend. :) Tiffany

Dates for "Descent" Cover Reveal and a Free Short Story

So when is the cover design for "Descent" being released along with a free short story? Answers lie within this link: Birthrite Series News   The Birthrite Series playlist will also be fixed and back up once the cover is revealed. :)

Birthrite Vlog and Other Links

Hey everyone, Well, here is the first video blog on how the series came about: It will be the first of many. And head on over to my YouTube Channel for more fun stuff. And check out the Official Website for the series. Thanks all!

So We're Really Legit, Now

Hey everyone, I now have the Birthrite Series domain set up so the site is really ready to go now. :) Birthrite Series Website I am really excited to get the finished product done and out there. I've also tweaked my YouTube Channel a little and have a new vlog. It's also posted at the new website as most content will be from here on out (though I do link to this blog on the site, I'm trying to shift most traffic over to the website). But for now, I'm posting the vlog here as well: So, hope you'll be regular visitors of the Birthrite Series site as well as the new site that will be up soon.  And feel free to connect with me at Twitter and Facebook as well as the Birthrite Series Facebook . I'll also be solving the Playlist problem here too asap. :) Thanks everyone, Tiffany

Website is Now Up!

Well, I feel legit now! The Birthrite Series website is now up. :) It needs some tweaking and will have a legit web address soon, but here it is: Birthrite Series Website

From the Most Recent Draft of "Descent"

A new excerpt! We're still editing, but you get the idea. :) Enjoy! Also, if you are on Facebook, 'like' the series there for more updates :) Birthrite Series Facebook Page Now, the excerpt: Linda was still in Dorothy’s bedroom at ten ‘o’ clock when Matthew and Liz were about to get ready for bed. As Matthew drove Linda home, Dorothy changed into her nightclothes and for the first time, used the cold cream and vanishing cream that Linda had brought her. She sat in her bed in the dim light of the small lamp and sage candle on her nightstand. The eyes of the wolf figurine her father’s cousin, Tahatan, had given her shortly after her birth seemed to glow next to the candle as the relaxing aroma of sage filled the room. Dorothy finished reading the anthology, American Ghost Stories with various authors. Among them was a story titled The Child with the Black Eyes, written in the year 1852 by James Livingston’s youngest son, Lawrence. She had read the story before