Recently, I posted a review on Kill Your Darlings, and now I get the chance to interview the brilliant L.E. Harper. I hope you enjoy. What/who has influenced you the most as a writer? I discovered series like The Wheel of Time, The Lord of the Rings, Tamora Pierce's works, and many others when I … Continue reading Author Interview — L.E. Harper
New Year’s Book Tag
I did this book tag last year, and I thought I'd do it again since it was fun. Hope you enjoy it! How many books are you planning to read in 2023? Thirty-five! I already have two down. I usually read between thirty-seven to forty books a year, not including books I edit and beta … Continue reading New Year’s Book Tag
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!
Book review – We Want Our Bodies Back (Spoiler Free)
"I promise.She wassomebody's light." Title: We Want Our Bodies BackAuthor: Jessica Care MooreGenre: PoetryPages: 224 pagesPublication date: March 31, 2020 Fun fact: I saw Jessica, the author, about the week this book came out at the 2020 AWP conference. The virus was still small at the time, and many panelists canceled at the last minute. … Continue reading Book review – We Want Our Bodies Back (Spoiler Free)
Happy 4-year anniversary!
Happy four years! This last year has gone by so fast. So far, I've published 430 posts on this blog, which seems like so much. When I first started, I never expected my blog to make it this far. I also didn't expect to still be doing it for so long. I want to thank … Continue reading Happy 4-year anniversary!
POV talk: second person
There are many POVs with questions surrounding them. I want to break them all down and discuss the biggest concerns in different posts. Today, I'll talk about second person POV. SECOND person Second person is one of my favorite POVs to read. When it's done well, it creates a powerful story. It addresses the readers … Continue reading POV talk: second person
Top 9 sci-fi books I’ve read so far
I did one over fantasy, so I thought it would be good to do a sci-fi one as well. I usually read soft sci-fi, which explores the soft sciences and relates to fantasy instead of hard sci-fi, which has a lot of math. Since I don’t read many popular sci-fi books, most of these may … Continue reading Top 9 sci-fi books I’ve read so far
Book review – The Further Selected Poems of K Morris (Spoiler Free)
“Footprints will go, / Covered by snow. / And this dear England of mine— / Is it all in my mind?” Title: The Further Selected Poems of K MorrisAuthor: K MorrisGenre: PoetryPages: 86 pagesPublication date: February 28, 2021 I enjoyed reading K Morris' book, Light and Shade, so I also picked up The Further Selected … Continue reading Book review – The Further Selected Poems of K Morris (Spoiler Free)
I asked so I made
I asked the world for a river that knows no bounds. It'd flow through the forest, the desert, and the sea. At night, it'd wander through the sky, passing every star. It wouldn't know when to stop, letting nothing stand in its way. What I got was a stream that can't quite make it down … Continue reading I asked so I made
Top 9 fantasy books I’ve read so far
I thought this would be a fun post to do. According to Goodreads, I've read over 430 books. I've been keeping track of them since 7th or 8th grade. So, this could be a cool post to see which ones have stood out the most in the past ten years. Now, the books won't be … Continue reading Top 9 fantasy books I’ve read so far