Ever since I was little, I’ve spent a lot of time in my head dreaming up characters, worlds, and adventures. Not much has changed now that I’m “all grown up” except for losing my taste for McDonld’s happy meals. Oh, and I don’t play with dolls any more. Most of the time.

I still have a huge imagination, a love for stories, and a hunger for creativity.

All of this passion led me to create Invisible World, a place where I could share my stories, poems, and random (but totally entertaining) thoughts.

My goal is to inspire you, tickle your imagination, and make tears slide down your cheeks.

And then, just so you aren’t left with tears running down your face, I promise to make you laugh.

Believe me, there’s lots of smiles around here because you’ll never know what craziness is about to come out of my mouth.

So grab some coffee, or perhaps pack a bag and be ready for an epic journey, because you never know where my imagination will take us.

Speaking of epic journeys…I’m writing a book!

Connect with me!

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E-mail: invisibleworldd@gmail.com


What am I doing right now? Chances are I’m working on my YA fantasy novel about an orphaned boy who finds a treasure he think will change his life. It does, but not in the way he expects.



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    1. Not participate in blogging awards?! What planet do they live on? 🙂
      I adore blogging awards, so yes I will accept it. It may take me a while to do the post though since I’m in Blogging 101 and Writing 101, but I will get to it as soon as I can.
      Thank you!


  1. I am going to “borrow” your line about time spent on Pinterest although no one will believe me (I love words AND pictures). Great infographic.


    1. Thanks! I actually got the idea to use an infografic on my about page from a reader. That’s the great thing about the blogging community…we get to share awesome ideas!


  2. I wish you a blast this new year, and hoping everything is good.
    May your dreams and goals reach beyond your wildest expectations.
    You are a great inspiration. Keep writing.

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    1. Awesome! Thank you! I’ve never been nominated for this one before. I’m excited to see what it’s all about. It may take me a little while to do the post, but I’ll be sure to do it as soon as I can. Thanks again!


  3. Hi! 🙂

    I’m alive. :-p So sorry I’ve gotten behind on The Hashna Stone! Too many life things going on right now! My inbox has like two pages of unread blog posts to read ACK!!! lol, I hope you’re well. Just wanted to stop by and say hello and that I was thinking about you!


    1. Hi! No problem. Life takes precedence over stories (sadly lol). I hope all the things going on are good things! Whoa, sounds like a lot! 🙂 It’s aggravating to get behind on reading. Then again, I guess it can be fun too. Now you have an excuse to go on a reading binge! 😀
      I’m doing good…having fun working on the Hashna Stone. But boy is it a lot of work. I’ve never written a story of that size before, so there’s a bit of a learning curve. I guess you could say I’m going on my own adventure just by writing it. 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by! I always love hearing from you!

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      1. A reading binge will definitely be in order when life calms down in a couple months. Good things, yes, but challenging things. I’m having to learn new skills at work—fun skills—but I’m having to use a lot of my personal time to learn them which sucks. Oh well! It’s almost over. I know what you mean about going on an adventure writing a story. I finally finished my legacy story! I know it’s not nearly as much work as the Hashna Stone, but it did take 17 months to do LOL. Whew! I feel proud and accomplished. I never knew I could write so consistently! I learned a lot about my writing and improved by leaps and bounds, so I’d say it was a year and a half well spent!

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      2. Awesome! Yeah, new skills can be exciting, but also overwhelming. That’s not fun to have to do it on your own time. 😦 We spend enough time at work without having to bring it home. I’m sure it will be worth it though. 🙂
        Whoa, 17 months of work on one thing…I don’t know if I could stick to the same thing for that long. That’s an accomplishment in itself.
        I know…the more I write, the more I learn.

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  4. dear Megan, you are such a creative person, it was really interesting to found your blog and discover your stories 🙂 I also write haikus and short stories, hope you have some fun reading them, even if are in portuguese language eheh cheers PedroL


    1. That’s great! I’m so glad you thought of my blog for an award. 🙂 I’m currently in the middle of a 13 week flash fiction challenge, so it will be a while until I get to the post. But I will definitely do it!

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