ARC Review — Kill Your Darlings

Title: Kill Your Darlings Author: L.E. Harper Genre: Fantasy Pages: 320 pages Publication date: May 24, 2023 Thank you, L.E. Harper, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Kill Your Darlings is an author’s dream and nightmare. The author wakes up in the fancy world she had created, … Continue reading ARC Review — Kill Your Darlings

Books I’m looking forward to reading in 2023

Last year, I read a bunch of ARCs, which pushed back what I wanted to read. (I'm talking about reading almost twenty ARCs with access to hundreds more. So, over 50% of what I read was an ARC.) I ended up not reading all the books I was looking forward to last year. So, this … Continue reading Books I’m looking forward to reading in 2023

2023 writing goals

Happy New Year! I hope everyone is having a great end of the year. As the year is coming to a close, it's time to go over my goals for the last year and set some new ones for next year. This past year, I have accomplished all my goals, just not all on time. … Continue reading 2023 writing goals

Best books of 2022

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 — Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston

Title: Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston Author: Esme Symes-Smith Genre: MG Fantasy Pages: 400 pages Publication date: November 8, 2022 I have been following Esme online for a while, so of course I picked up Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston. Sir Callie follows Callie as she tags along on a quest … Continue reading ARC Review — Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston

NaNoWriMo update ——— #3

Time for a NaNoWriMo update! The last one too! November has just flown by. Everything is still going well for NaNoWriMo. I've written a lot for my rewritten chapters and for the trilogy. I have found that I like writing the trilogy together since I can sneak in parallels and connect it well. That way, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo update ——— #3

NaNoWriMo update ——— #2

Time for a NaNoWriMo update! For the most part, everything has been about the same. I've gotten a lot of words out by switching it up. If I don't feel inspiration for one project, I flip over to the next. I guess there is a perk to working on multiple projects at once. I still … Continue reading NaNoWriMo update ——— #2

Book review – Ellen Outside the Lines (Spoiler Free)

"We're a family, Ellen, but we're not all the same. And that's a good thing." Title: Ellen Outside the Lines Author: A. J. Sass Genre: MG Fiction Pages: 336 pages Publication date: March 22, 2022 I can’t remember exactly where I first heard of Ellen Outside The Lines. I’ve seen that cover so many times … Continue reading Book review – Ellen Outside the Lines (Spoiler Free)

ARC Review — Golem

Title: Golem Author: P.D. Alleva  Genre: Thriller Pages: 536 pages Publication date: August 7, 2022 Thank you, P.D. Alleva, for giving me a copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! Golem follows John Ashton as he takes on his first detective assignment. But what was supposed to be a simple case turns … Continue reading ARC Review — Golem

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