Revolutionizing the indie media publishing industry to help support the indie community.
*Coffee, Alcohol, and Heartbreak: A Poetry Collection
*The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One
*Potent: Enamored Echoes Book One
*The Principal’s Principles
Tyler is not your average writer—he’s a multi-genre maestro, crafting stories that will whisk you away on unforgettable adventures. But that’s not all! He’s also a passionate podcaster, mental health advocate, and travel blogger. Together with his wife Grace and their furry companions Dutch and Belle, Tyler embarks on an awe-inspiring journey across the United States, documenting every thrilling moment on the enthralling blog, Adventure With Coffee.
Prepare to be captivated by Tyler’s first novella, “(Not) Alone,” a touching tale inspired by true events surrounding the struggles of mental illness. Love takes center stage in his debut romance novel, “The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One,” where a mentally ill young man navigates the complexities of love. And if you’re a fan of powerful poetry, his collection, “Coffee, Alcohol, and Heartbreak,” will strike a chord with its emotionally charged verses born from four transformative years.
As a beacon of hope and transparency, Tyler shares his personal mental health journey on his website, http://www.TylerWittkofsky.com. But he doesn’t stop there! He co-hosts the engaging Cook the Books podcast, where he dives into the exciting world of writing and publishing. Adding another feather to his cap, Tyler is the visionary behind Tea With Coffee Media, a small independent publishing company dedicated to sharing untold stories that deserve to be heard.
Not only does Tyler conquer the creative realm, but he also shines as an award-winning marketing and communications professional. His exceptional skills have earned him numerous accolades, including the prestigious Wilmington Biz Journal’s Top 100 award. In 2020, he fearlessly launched The Wittkofsky Company, an online startup and nonprofit marketing and public relations firm that aims to make a positive impact in the world.
Ready to join Tyler on his thrilling journey? Connect with him on social media at @TylerWittkofsky and explore his captivating body of work at https://linktr.ee/wittkofsky. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of inspiration, emotion, and unforgettable stories!
Abigail Weaver is a Journalism and History student with an English minor studying at Colorado State University. She’s been described as the personified form of trivial pursuit and will most definitely go into tangents about random subjects if you let her. When she’s not in class, she’s captioning lectures for the tutoring center, weightlifting, writing, and wrangling dogs. But at any time, there’s always a story you can find her listening to, reading, writing, or imagining. Considering how much of her time, money, and shelf space goes to literature, it’s only proper that she enters the publishing industry. It is her hope to someday have her own books published and to help other authors in the same pursuit.
Vice President of Operations
Aaran Jolly is a 9-year Navy Vet, having spent most the first decade of the century on active duty. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, giving him a love of the mountains that he gets to enjoy daily view of as he now lives in Colorado. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Security and a Master of Business Administration that he was awarded after the Navy. He is one of our Vampires, having porphyria. Vampiric myths with their sun weakness are based upon this illness.
Kelsey Anne Lovelady
Kelsey Anne Lovelady was born in Billings, Montana and grew up in Bozeman. At fifteen her family moved to Shawnee Mission, Kansas. She stayed there from her Junior year of high school up until she graduated from Johnson County Community College with her Associate of Arts Degree in Arts and Science. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and her Minor in Writing. She published her first book, “STAFROGED: Orion” on the day she graduated, and is in the process of rewriting it. She has also dabbled in writing for the theatre with her 10-Minute Play “How Are You?”, which was produced by the True Troupe of Cheyenne as part of their 2019 Wrights of Wyoming Playwrighting Festival.
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Shannon Clark grew up celebrating and surrounded by all forms of art. From museums to folk festivals her family loved it all. Travel and learning about people have been the focus of her adult life. Writing is her newest addition to an exploration of art and self. The study of people and mental health are deep influences in her work. A background in Project Management, a love of all things fantasy, and a desire to help have put her in a position to help the TeaWithCoffee family.
From Sri lanka, Uresh first started designing with vector graphics in 2018 when he was 16 years old. He wanted to start a stock footage selling website and when he was learning relevant things in 2019, he learned about animation softwares and started working with them. Then he worked on several free lancing platforms as an animator until 2022.
Rebecca Popp is from Cincinnati, OH and is a recent graduate from Ohio University with a B.S. in communication, with a focus on animation and game design. She started animation at 17 years old and has continued to grow her passion for the field. She has done design work for local businesses around Cincinnati as well as companies all the way in L.A. She has experience in 2D and 3D animation and has administration, production and editing experience as well. It is her hope that one day she will be a part of the 2D adult comedy world and have her own adult comedy animation.
Hello there! I’m a freelance artist and animator, and I’m a recent graduate from Laguna College of Art + Design with a BFA in Animation. I was born and raised in Southern California and I’m currently living in Los Angeles county. I graduated from La Mirada High School in 2019, and I’m an Alumni from Ryman Arts. When I’m not drawing or animating, I’m training my dog! My passion and love for animals inspires a lot of the artwork I make. I love to create compelling characters and tell stories that resonate with the viewer.
Editor-In-Chief/Author/Lead Cover Designer
*Trials of Aphordite: Misaligned Myths Book One
Victoria Moxley is many things.
Currently, she’s working on a horror/supernatural romance about demon hunting twins, a zombie apocalypse novel, a YA fantasy novel, and several short story collections. As if that wasn’t enough, she’s also working as a pharmacy tech, editing novels, designing covers, and doing some beta reading for good measure. Because being a Domme and nerdy gaming goth girl wasn’t fulfilling enough for her. Oh, and we can’t forget her contributions over at InThePantheon.com as the scribe for Aphrodite and as an assistant editor. She can be found in twitter at @daleksndemons and on her website at victoria-moxley.com.
She is a former prison sergeant that’s been writing for the voices in her head since 2000. Most of her writing can be found on various platforms and blogs. If she’s not writing, she’s gaming, making graphics/gifs, or building mods to bring the worlds of books and gods to Skyrim.
Fun Fact: She can wrangle mice, rats, snakes, and scorpions. The only thing she’s deathly afraid of is geckos. Yes, those creepy little pink guys. They send her screaming and crying. (Flying is also terrifying, but she can easily avoid that. Geckos are far too common in Texas)
A native Texan, I have been an enthusiastic & compulsive reader all my life, haunting libraries and bookstores at every opportunity. After my wandering days were over, I found a new home in Colorado, with various felines and 3 adults. Retirement has allowed me to continue reading and listening to an abundance of audiobooks.
My work career was varied, starting at age 16 selling Mustangs to building Texas Instruments calculators to working in the criminal justice system with recovering alcoholics & addicts. That led to my great love – creating and teaching bibliotherapy classes.
I generally inhabit small islands of great lucidity and organization, amid intermittent distraction and chaos.
Vervain Moxley has been a fan of writing for years, mostly delving into writing fanfictions for herself and others who may enjoy them. She was always fond of making stories, especially around the supernatural. She is an Eclectic Pagan witch who practices in their day-to-day life, has an addiction to coffee and enjoys creepy and scary things. She also has a fondness for wrestling, gaming and makeup, including horror SFX.
Sarah Faeth Sanders was born and raised in rural Northeastern Nevada. She received a BA in Sociology in 2012 from Azusa Pacific University and an MS in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2022. She is the author of Soulmates: A Metaphysical Love Story, and upcoming works including two more novels in the Metaphysical Love Story series. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her partner, son, and dog. When she is not writing, reading, or editing, she enjoys hiking, good food, and daydreaming about writing, reading, and editing.
You can find Sarah on social media or contact her here: https://linktr.ee/SarahFaethSanders
Once upon a time, in the vast and mystical land of Canada, there was a young woman named Natalie Bartley. Natalie was no ordinary woman; she was a wordsmith, a storyteller, an artist who painted vivid pictures with her pen. Natalie had been weaving tales since her teenage years, but it wasn’t until December 2019 that she decided to share her stories with the world. That’s when Love and Pain in Zion, her first book, was published. Natalie’s stories are a blend of adult-fantasy and faith, inspired by her polytheistic beliefs as a witch. Her stories are a reflection of the gods and goddesses that surrounded her, and she often wove their stories into her own. Her writing is enchanting, and her readers are transported to different worlds and realms with every page they turn. Natalie lives with her husband and stepson in Bowmanville, Ontario, where she spends most of her days writing and creating. But her dreams go beyond just writing. She and her partner hope to one day open their own Pagan store, where they can share their beliefs and passions with others. As Natalie’s popularity grew, so did her desire to spread her message. She was completing her clergy status with the Correllian Nativist Tradition, and with every book she writes, she hopes to touch more hearts and souls. And with every word she pens, she knows that she is getting closer to achieving her dreams. Natalie Bartley is more than just an author; she is a storyteller, a witch, and a dreamer. She is making a mark on the world, one word at a time, and she is determined to leave her legacy behind.
Once upon a time, in the rolling hills of West Virginia, a young girl named Clarissa R. Cottrill fell in love with the written word. She devoured books like they were candy, and soon her passion for literature grew into a burning desire to create stories of her own. Clarissa’s Appalachian roots and complicated history with mental health are evident in her writing. Her words are both haunting and beautiful, capturing the essence of the human experience in a way that only a true wordsmith can. As a horror and literary fiction writer, Clarissa’s imagination knows no bounds. She weaves tales that will keep you up at night, and characters that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the final page. Her upcoming novella, Cafe Vengeance, promises to be no exception. But writing isn’t the only thing that Clarissa excels at. She also co-hosts the millennial lifestyle podcast “30, Dirty, & Dying“, where she and her co-hosts explore the ups and downs of being a thirty-something in today’s world. Clarissa R. Cottrill is a force to be reckoned with in the literary world. Her passion for storytelling is contagious, and her words will leave you breathless. So grab a cup of coffee (or a stiff drink, depending on your nerves), and let Clarissa take you on a journey you won’t soon forget.
Once upon a time, there was a wordsmith extraordinaire named J.T. Cunningham. He had a way with words that could make them dance across the page and sing in harmony. His talent was evident from the very beginning, and it wasn’t long before his work was being featured in the prestigious University of Minnesota‘s The Tower. But J.T.’s ambitions didn’t stop there. He had a story to tell, and he was determined to bring it to life. So, he put pen to paper and wrote a play called “The Five Thousand.” It was a masterpiece, a tour de force that left audiences breathless. In 2014, J.T. brought his play to the Minnesota Fringe Festival, where it premiered to rave reviews. People couldn’t get enough of his writing, and they knew that they had witnessed something truly special. And so, J.T. Cunningham’s reputation grew. His words were sought after. Today, J.T. Cunningham is a name that is synonymous with excellence. His writing continues to inspire and delight, and he remains a true wordsmith extraordinaire.
*Stem and Stone
Once upon a time, there was a young graphic designer named Jessica Ferrara. She had a passion for creating beautiful designs that could captivate the eye and stir the soul. After graduating from the College of Saint Rose with her Bachelor’s degree, Jessica spent three years honing her craft as a tattoo artist in Albany, New York. But Jessica’s thirst for adventure could not be quenched by her artistic pursuits alone, and so she set out on an epic journey across the great continent of Europe. She backpacked through ancient cities, explored exotic cultures, and gathered inspiration from every corner of the world. And when Jessica returned to the United States, she found a new home in the heart of Texas. She began a new journey of blogging on her website and reviewing books on Instagram with her return to the States as a way to chronicle her life and open the imagination of potential readers. Here, she could be found writing and painting, pouring her passion onto the canvas and into the written word. Her designs were bold, imaginative, and always spoke to the soul of the viewer, which can be found on her website, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok . You can also reach her via email at JessLynnStudio@gmail.com.
Once upon a time, there was a non-binary author named Nieya Glen. Fae were a lover of beauty and hope, a true wordsmith with a passion for writing that went beyond the boundaries of gender and society. Nieya was a unique soul, a neurodivergent mother of two children who were always in awe of their mother’s creative mind. Nieya’s journey began in San Diego, California, where fae spent their early years exploring the world and soaking up every experience. Fae had a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and a lifetime of experience as an actual human – something that gave fae a unique perspective on life and the world around fae. Despite facing challenges that came with faer neurodivergent identity, Nieya never let anything hold them back. Fae continued to write with passion, weaving stories that touched the hearts of faer readers and filled them with hope. As Nieya continues to write for the love of beauty and hope, fae long to go back to faer roots in San Diego, California.
Once upon a time, there was a man with a passion for storytelling. Born in the heart of Missouri, B.T. Harris was destined for greatness from a young age. He spent his childhood listening to his elders’ tales and devouring books, eager to learn all he could about the world and the people in it. As B.T. grew older, he realized that his love for writing was more than just a hobby – it was his calling. He began to pen his own stories, drawing inspiration from his family, friends, and colleagues. He poured his heart and soul into his work, determined to make a difference in the world through his writing. In 2015, B.T. self-published his first book, a dark fantasy novel that captured the hearts of readers everywhere. His writing style was unlike anything anyone had ever seen before, blending elements of optimism with tropes that challenged readers to think outside the box and push past their mental barriers. B.T.’s success only fueled his passion for writing, and he soon found himself devoting every spare moment to his craft. His series, The Heir of the Dark Lords, quickly became a fan favorite, drawing in readers from all walks of life. Despite his success, B.T. never lost sight of his ultimate goal – to make a positive impact on the world through his writing. He regularly donates a portion of his profits to various charities, always seeking to give back to the community that has supported him throughout his journey. Today, B.T. Harris resides in the beautiful state of South Carolina, continuing to write and inspire readers everywhere. His passion for storytelling is contagious, and his dedication to his craft is unmatched. Join him on his journey, and see for yourself why B.T. Harris is a name that you won’t soon forget.
Pillars Of Cloud
Once upon a time, there was a young British lad named Connor Irving. Connor was a curious and imaginative boy, with a thirst for knowledge and a passion for storytelling. He spent countless hours reading books, delving into myths and legends from all over the world, and writing down his own tales of magic and adventure. As he grew older, Connor’s love for writing only intensified. He even pursued a degree in Classical Civilisations at Warwick University, where he learned about the ancient myths and stories that continue to inspire him today. Connor set out to share his love of storytelling with the world. He started writing blogs and articles for various online publications, and even landed a gig as the scribe of the Sun Titan, Helios, for the popular online magazine “In the Pantheon.” But that was just the beginning. Connor had a dream to become a published author, and he was determined to make it a reality. He poured his heart and soul into creating his very own YA fantasy series, filled with demons, magic, and misunderstood characters from ancient myths. And then, it finally happened. People all over the world will be captivated by his vivid imagination, rich storytelling, and unique perspective on mythology. Today, Connor is known as a rising star in the world of young adult literature. He runs a successful TikTok, YouTube, and Twitter account under the name of The Mythology Manifest, where he shares his passion for myths and legends with his followers. He also blogs on his website. Connor Irving is proof that if you follow your dreams and pursue your passions with all your heart, anything is possible.
Once upon a time, there was a transgender author who went by the name Kaitlyn Kalor-a born leader, a Navy veteran, and a true Renaissance woman. With a love for the mountains and a passion for computer security, Kaitlyn has lived a life that is anything but ordinary. She grew up in the Pacific Northwest, surrounded by the raw beauty of the region, and it was here that she first discovered her love for the great outdoors. After joining the Navy, Kaitlyn spent the first decade of the century on active duty. During her time in the military, Kaitlyn developed a deep appreciation for discipline, hard work, and the value of teamwork. These qualities continue to guide her to this day. Upon leaving the Navy, Kaitlyn earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Security, a degree that would serve as the foundation for her future career. She went on to earn a Master of Business Administration, further expanding her knowledge and expertise. Through it all, Kaitlyn remained committed to excellence, always striving to be the best in her field. Despite the challenges she has faced throughout her life, Kaitlyn has never lost her sense of humor or her love of life. She has a medical condition known as porphyria, which gives her the same weaknesses as vampires. But rather than let this hold her back, Kaitlyn has used her unique perspective to become a respected author and advocate for others facing similar challenges.
Once upon a time in the bustling city of New York, there was a woman named Rebecca MacLean. She was not just any ordinary woman, but a multi-talented individual with a passion for writing, editing, and singing classical music in churches. Rebecca’s journey began as an editor in 1981. After a succesful and ambitious career as an editor, in 2010 she started her blog, Baby Dramatic, where she documented her experiences as a late-starting classical singer in the over-saturated New York music scene. Her blog quickly gained a following, as her readers were captivated by her talent, hard work, and determination to succeed. As Rebecca’s blog gained popularity, she soon approached the journal Grief Dialogues to publish a portion of an earlier draft of her memoir, Lover/Child. But Rebecca’s talents did not just end with writing. She is also a gifted classical church soloist, with a selection of her arias and church solos available on her YouTube channel. Her beautiful voice and soulful performances left audiences spellbound, and she soon became a sought-after soloist at various churches in New York.
Where All Things Flatten
Once upon a time in northern Michigan, there was a man named John Mauk. John was a man of many talents, but he had a particular passion for writing. He started his professional life as a rhetorical theorist, exploring the intricacies of language and its impact on society. But his love for storytelling soon led him down a different path. John’s writing talent shone through in his fiction, which has been published in prestigious journals such as Salamander, Arts and Letters, and New Millennium Writings. His words were so captivating that they also found their way into the nonfiction world, with publications in Rumpus, Beatrice.com, and Writer’s Digest. As his reputation grew, John Mauk became more than just a writer. He was a mentor, a guide, and a beacon of inspiration for aspiring writers everywhere. He wanted to share his knowledge and experience with others, so he created his own YouTube video series called “Prose from the Underground.” This series features interviews and craft talks for working writers, and it has become a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their writing skills. But John’s talents didn’t stop there. He also published his first full-length story collection, “Field Notes for the Earthbound,” which was received with critical acclaim. Today, John Mauk is a name synonymous with quality writing, mentorship, and creativity. His passion for language and storytelling continues to inspire writers around the world, and his legacy will live on for generations to come.
Once upon a time, in a world where creativity and passion were highly valued, there was a young woman named Ruby Marley. She had a talent for writing that was as natural as breathing, but it wasn’t until she stumbled upon the world of erotic fiction that she truly found her calling. With each word she penned, Ruby created stories that were captivating, sensual, and utterly irresistible. She poured her heart and soul into every tale, honing her craft and refining her skills until she became a master storyteller. Word of Ruby’s talent began to spread, and soon enough, people all over the internet were reading and raving about her work. She was unstoppable, and her passion for writing only grew stronger with each passing day. In 2018, Ruby decided to take her work to the next level and began sharing her stories in a new format – audio scripts on the subreddit GoneWildAudio. It was a bold move, but one that paid off in spades. Her fans were thrilled to hear her stories come to life in a new way, and her popularity soared even higher. Now, Ruby Marley is back in her element, writing stories that are just as captivating and sensual as ever. She’s a force to be reckoned with in the world of erotic fiction, and her fans can’t get enough of her work. So if you’re looking for a writer who knows how to create stories that will leave you breathless, look no further than Ruby Marley. She’s a true talent, and she’s just getting started.
The Shadow of the Scholar
Once upon a time, in a world filled with endless possibilities, a young girl named Kathryn discovered her love for storytelling. From the age of four, she would scribble stories in her notebooks, dreaming of one day sharing her tales with the world. As she grew older, her passion for writing only intensified, and she spent countless hours honing her craft. Years later, Kathryn found herself at the University of Southampton‘s Winchester School of Art, pursuing a Bachelor of Art degree. It was during this time that she realized her true calling: to become a Young Adult Fantasy author. She poured her heart and soul into crafting stories filled with magic, adventure, and unforgettable characters. After completing her Bachelor’s degree, Kathryn went on to earn a Master’s degree in Art Gallery and Museum Studies at the University of Manchester. But even as she pursued her professional career, her love for writing never wavered. In fact, it only grew stronger. In 2022, Kathryn’s dream of becoming a published author finally came true with the signing of her debut novel, The Shadow of the Scholar. The book captivated readers with its vivid world-building, intricate plot, and relatable characters. It quickly became a hit in the Young Adult Fantasy genre, garnering critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase. Today, Kathryn lives in Chester with her husband and continues to write stories that capture the hearts and imaginations of readers around the world.
Once upon a time, a young boy named Tom Pinney was born in Fort Worth, Texas. However, due to his dad’s nomadic job, Tom never really stayed in one place for too long. From a young age, Tom had a love for writing stories, but as he grew older, he pursued other interests, including studying political science at Ohio University and attempting to get a degree in education at Northwest Missouri State University. Despite his many attempts at different career paths, Tom never quite found his true calling. That is, until he found himself working in a number of industries, including journalism, rental cars, and apartment leasing. It was during this time that Tom realized he missed writing stories more than anything else. Tom’s personal journey with mental health issues is woven into his stories, and if he continues down this path, he will end up creating a vast catalog of characters all with mental health struggles of their own. Tom recently moved back to Fort Worth with his four-legged bestie Bowser to “settle down,” as it were. In addition to writing, he spends his spare time acting in community theatre productions, playing video games, and creating music on one (or several) of the instruments he plays.
Once upon a time, in the bustling city of Oakland, California, there was a man named J.R Rice. He was a Black man with a passion for writing, teaching, and spoken word artistry. J.R had always been captivated by the power of words and their ability to inspire, motivate and transform lives. As a young man, he knew that he wanted to make a difference in the world through his writing and his ability to connect with people. After receiving his B.A in Creative Writing and an English Education teaching credential from California State University of Long Beach, J.R set out to pursue his dreams. He traveled abroad to Greece, where he had the honor of being mentored by the renowned author, George Crane. It was there that he honed his skills and developed his unique voice, which he would later use to inspire and empower countless others. His novella, Broken Pencils was a finalist for Hidden River Arts’ 2023 Blue Mountain Award. His short story, “Depends (Good Night)” made the shortlist for the 2023 Letter Review Prize for Short Stories. His travel essays, “No Pasa Nada” earned Third place in the 16th Annual Solas Award for Best Men’s Travel Story. In addition to his writing accolades, he earned the Rookie of the Year award at the 2005 National Collegiate Poetry Slam in Philadelphia. He was a Semi-Finalist in the 2023 Berkeley Poetry Slam Finals. He is also the author of I WAS, AM, WILL BE #1 and I WAS, AM, WILL BE #2 You can follow J.R. on platforms like his website, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and LinkedIn to learn more about him and his work.
Madame Eldridge’s Wayward Home for Unruly Boys
Once upon a time, there was a military brat named Benjamin Ryan, who traveled the world and embraced every unique experience he encountered. Being the new kid in town wasn’t always easy, and as he struggled with weight issues, he also had to deal with the hardships of teasing, male friendship, and acceptance. But, he was determined to find his place in the world and used his love for writing to create adventures that would transport him to a different world, where he could see things from a new perspective. Through his writing, Benjamin Ryan discovered his authentic self and found a way to inspire others. Armed with degrees in Art History, Education and World Religions, he became a New York City public Special Ed teacher, where he uses whimsy, creativity, and acceptance to inspire the youth of tomorrow. And thus, Benjamin Ryan was born—an author that embraces the power of storytelling to inspire and create change. With a deep understanding of the struggles that come with being different, Benjamin Ryan creates content that speaks to the heart and soul of their audience. He is active on twitter in the writing community (@BRClothwrites), hosting writing prompts, engaging with life’s unique perspectives, and inspiring others to create their truths.
Once upon a time, there was a blizzard queen named Jessie Sadler. She lived in Winnipeg, where she braved the icy winters to gather inspiration for her writing. With a heart full of ideas, stories, and characters, Jessie filled notebooks with her creative musings. Despite her reluctance, Jessie eventually took a leap of faith and shared her work with the world. To her surprise, her writing was well-received, and she found herself plunged into a new world of literary possibilities. Jessie’s first foray into public writing was as Khione, the Goddess of Snow, in the literary magazine InThePantheon.com. Her characters came to life on the page, and readers were emotionally moved by her words. Now, Jessie takes pride in bringing her characters off the page and into the hearts of her readers. She’s a master of storytelling, crafting compelling narratives that keep readers engaged from beginning to end.
Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Destiny Swallows. She had a hidden talent for writing that only her closest friend Ruby Marley knew about. That is until Ruby decided to kidnap her and force her to share her gift with the world. Despite her initial reluctance, Destiny soon found herself writing stories that captured the hearts and minds of readers all over the world. Her travels to far-off places gave her inspiration for the vivid worlds she created, and her characters came to life on the page. Today, Destiny Swallows is a highly sought-after writer, known for her ability to create compelling content that draws readers in and keeps them hooked until the very end. With each new piece of writing, Destiny’s confidence grew, and her readership expanded. Her stories elicited strong emotions, and she took pride in bringing her characters off the page and into the hearts of her readers. And so, Destiny Swallows became a name synonymous with captivating storytelling, and she and Ruby Marley were unstoppable in their pursuit of excellence in the literary world.