November 2017 Wrap-up!

Defining feature of November: I’ve won NaNoWriMo!!! 😀 (Though only just and at the last minute.) It’s been difficult, fitting it in around college, but after failing last year (due to extreme life changes) it feels extra special to know that despite having started college and trying to fit all …

October Wrap Up!

This October has been challenging, both on a personal level, and within my writing. It’s a year since I moved, since my life massively changed. I’ve been looking into universities – been to two open days to look at courses. Intimidating. And exciting. I’ve started a new blogging series. A …

September 2017 Update!

Most Exciting News In This Update:   BOOK LAUNCH! I have a pre-order date!   13th October 2017   The Cover: Designed by the wonderful Racheal Ritchey. Go visit her blog, and buy her books, and get her to design your book covers! This is incredibly exciting and I can’t …

August 2017 Update!

Welcome to my monthly update! Wow, where did August go? Somehow, it’s the end of the summer, and autumn is about to begin. It was foggy this morning where I live, and cold enough to need the central heating. The season’s are turning and, I fear, leaving me behind. This …

July Wrap Up!

Well, what a month July has been! In the last 31 days, my goals and identity have changed so much. I have: Changed my author name from Phoenix Grey to V.P.Grey launched a self-hosted website decided to publish a collection of short fiction finished the 2nd draft of Elondria (finally!) …

Winter: The Side Table

Her fingers ran over the scars ingrained in the wood. Once polished, now lifeless and scarred and worn. Kind of like her. The room hadn’t seen much love in the past twenty years. Her mother had let things slide. She crossed the threadbare carpet and opened the curtains to let …

Hello and Welcome!

As the title says, hello and welcome to my first post on my brand new website. You may or may not know me from my previous site, Phoenix Grey. This was my first blog, and I messed around with it, never really finding where I belonged. I did meet some …