As the year comes to an end, it's time for the annual best books. So, here is a list of my favorite books (with their Goodreads blurbs) that I've read this year. Amulet of Wishes by Rita A. Rubin — The Guardians are the protectors of Aloseria. They are the keepers of the peace and they … Continue reading Best books of 2022
ARC Review — Lady Night
Title: Lady Night Author: Rita A. Rubin Genre: YA Fantasy Pages: 370 pages Publication date: November 1, 2022 Thank you, Rita A. Rubin, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Lady Night—the sequel to Amulet of Wishes—starts off like an Avengers movie. The readers get thrown right into … Continue reading ARC Review — Lady Night
Another year older!
Hello everyone! Yesterday was my birthday, and I decided to do another casual update like last year since I've been so busy. I started off strong this year, but at one of the conferences I went to, I got behind schedule. With volunteer work on top of that and projects overlapping, it had definitely taken … Continue reading Another year older!
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Author Interview — Rita A. Rubin
Recently, I posted a review on Amulet of Wishes, and now I get the chance to interview the wonderful Rita A. Rubin. I hope you enjoy. What has influenced you the most as a writer? Other books, I'd say. Especially fantasy books. For Amulet of Wishes, did plot or characters come first? Characters. Derek and … Continue reading Author Interview — Rita A. Rubin
Friendly writing reminder
To create worlds that no one has seen before, we must cry, bleed, and smile. Life isn't just the sunny side. We need a thunderstorm to get a rainbow. So, if it seems like it's not going your way or that you may not publish anymore, remember it's all a process. It doesn't happen over … Continue reading Friendly writing reminder
The worst and best night
As I read the last page of the Tales from a Shadowhunter Academy, I had mixed emotions inside of me. Not to spoil the ending, but it was a warm, uneasy, and melancholy all at once. Typical Cassandra Clare book, right? I also finished the book at the typical time: about one-thirty in the morning. … Continue reading The worst and best night