ARC Review — Ghost Rememberer

Title: Ghost RemembererAuthor: Tyrus BuckleyGenre: Historical mysteryPages: 382 pagesPublication date: January 16, 2022 Thank you, Tyrus Buckley, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Ghost Rememberer follows Brenton Grey as he solves a series of tangled mysteries in a small town. While a humorous ghost follows him around, … Continue reading ARC Review — Ghost Rememberer

Okay Mommy’s October Halloween Tag

Thank you Chocoviv for tagging me! If you haven't checked out Chocoviv's blog, you should! She has tons of great book reviews, movie reviews, art inspirations, and more! Here are the Halloween tag rules 👻 First, thank the person who tagged you in their post. 🎃 Answer the 13 questions from the original post. 👻 … Continue reading Okay Mommy’s October Halloween Tag

Book review – Skyhunter (Spoiler Free)

"It is always the gentle ones I fear for the most, those willing to bare their hearts, who grieve for others and feel happy for others' happiness." Title: SkyhunterAuthor: Marie LuGenre: YA Science FictionPages: 371 pagesPublication date: September 29, 2020 I love Marie Lu's books, so of course I picked up Skyhunter. Skyhunter follows Talin, … Continue reading Book review – Skyhunter (Spoiler Free)

Ghostly goodbye

I whispered to the wind because there’s nothing left.No words I could sayto bring your soul back around. I mumbled goodbyeand pretended you said it backbecause that’s easier than the truthof hearing silence. Copyright © Robin LeeAnn

Best books of 2020

I'm going to be more consistent with these. Like last year, I'll give you the Goodreads blurbs of my favorite books that I read this year. (I did it differently in 2017 and 2018.) Boy Oh Boy by Zachary Doss —Boy Oh Boy is a collection of queer fabulist stories and flash fictions told via … Continue reading Best books of 2020

3 tips on writing characters

I attended a webinar the other day about tips for writing characters. I thought I'd share the main tips they talked about. Show the adjectives Instead of saying, "Josalyn is caring," show how she's caring. Does she take care of a child? Is she always there for others? Does she risk herself to save her … Continue reading 3 tips on writing characters

Different types of editing: developmental

When you get into editing, you realize that there’s so many different types of editing. You can’t just say you’re an editor. Are you a developmental editor? Or line editor? Do you want to edit medical books or sci fi novels? An editor has to be as specific as possible to advertise themselves. The first … Continue reading Different types of editing: developmental

Best books of 2018

Since 2018 is coming to an end, it's time to catch up on all the great books that came out that we might have missed. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green "The Carls just appeared. Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant sculpture. Delighted by its appearance … Continue reading Best books of 2018