Screen

It's a strange fog to live life in the backgroundto invest so much but also not move a muscle to watch the world change as I sitto cheer on a revolution from behind a screen The world tumbles and tumbles,and I probably should be tumbling too,but I end up in one position,looking through a blue … Continue reading Screen

ARC Review — Urban Disorders

Title: Urban DisordersAuthor: Natasha N. DeonarainGenre: PoetryPages: 36 pagesPublication date: September 23, 2022 Thank you, Natasha N. Deonarain, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Urban Disorders is a quick read full of poems that fit together but don't follow a particular concrete theme. They explore many parts … Continue reading ARC Review — Urban Disorders

Reminder to keep going

Here is a reminder that your words will inspire someone one day. You don’t have to reach thousands or millions of people to make your mark on the world. Your words can change lives without being popular. A bestseller. No matter how many people your words reach, they are powerful. They are important and worthy … Continue reading Reminder to keep going

Book review – Red Queen (Spoiler Free)

"I'm an accident. I'm a lie. And my life depends on maintaining the illusion." Title: Red QueenAuthor: Victoria AveyardGenre: YA FantasyPages: 383 pagesPublication date: February 10, 2015 I kept seeing this book everywhere years ago, but I never got around to reading it. I've had it sitting on my to-read shelf for about a year … Continue reading Book review – Red Queen (Spoiler Free)

7 things to remember when building your fantasy world

Fantasy worlds are complicated to build since everything is foreign. If you're a plotter (aka you plan your story before you write it), you may have thought most of this out already. But if you're more of a pantser like me (aka you build your story as you go), you may have to go back … Continue reading 7 things to remember when building your fantasy world