Title: The Art of SidewalkingAuthor: Cole FeldmanGenre: PoetryPages: 133 pagesPublication date: September 11, 2021 Thank you, Cole Feldman, for giving me an ARC copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! The Art of Sidewalking's blurb lured me in after talking about seeing the mundane as art. Magic in everyday tasks is an … Continue reading ARC Review — The Art of Sidewalking
Title: The EncantoAuthor: Arthur Swan Genre: Adult Sci-fiPages: 280 pagesPublication date: October 14, 2021 In The Encanto, Wayob wants to break free from a Mayan artifact but causes death instead. The story follows three groups—Gray and Claire, Detectives Parker and Hernandez, and Ashley York—as they interact with the artifact and Wayob. Their stories never fully mingle, … Continue reading ARC Review — The Encanto
Title: AmethystAuthor: Jesse Nolan BaileyGenre: Horror / FantasyPages: 152 pagesPublication date: September 24, 2020 Thank you BookSirens and Jesse Nolan Bailey for giving me an ARC copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! In Amethyst, Rashell's brother is missing, and no one seems to care except her. She sends out a letter … Continue reading ARC Review — Amethyst
Title: I RiseAuthor: Marie ArnoldGenre: YA FictionPages: 320 pagesPublication date: August 2, 2022 Thank you NetGalley for giving me an ARC of this book in exchange for a fair review! I'll start with my highest praise: I enjoyed this book more than The Hate U Give. I Rise is about a teenager—Ayo—dealing with racism and … Continue reading ARC Review — I Rise
Title: Servant MageAuthor: Kate ElliottGenre: Fantasy NovellaPages: 176 pagesPublication date: January 18, 2022 Thank you NetGalley for giving me an ARC copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! In Servant Mage, Fellion gets taken out of indentured servitude without much of a choice. She is forced to promise that she'll help rescue … Continue reading ARC Review — Servant Mage
On the first day of class, eighteen students sat in a circle, facing each other as awkward as can be. We didn't really look at each other, and most of us had no idea what we were doing there. Our teacher leaned forward and turned to look at each of us. She asked how long … Continue reading Can you stop writing – take a break – for “too long”?
Dear Readers, Don’t think the fantasy world in my manuscript is anything like Earth. I wrote the novel to escape Earth, not to be trapped by its walls. So, it may seem a bit more anachronistic than most. Let my stories be filled with overpowered bombs, no electricity, and advanced magic. Just because we developed … Continue reading Dear Readers