What if the job you took to stay alive might be what kills you? Continue reading “Book Spotlight: Retrieve by Sarah Addison-Fox”
It’s time for another cover reveal! Hope Ann is releasing another fantasy novella, this one a retelling of Hades and Persephone mixed with the story of Castor and Pollux. (GREEK MYTHOLOGY, Y’ALL. *fangirls*)
Here, have a blurb:
Death can die as easily as any other man. Continue reading “Cover Reveal: Shadowkeeper by Hope Ann”
I love indie-publishing and indie-published authors. I love the support of the community, and I love supporting and helping fellow indie-authors. Unfortunately, when I read poorly edited indie novels I really want to go to the author and say “This was good, but it could be better” and help them polish it, and I usually can’t. This is one of those poorly edited novels.
The potential is all there. The characters are good, the plot is interesting, there are a lot of connections between things. Unfortunately, I wasn’t emotionally invested, and there are a few reasons for this. First of all, we’re never in one character’s POV Continue reading “Book Review: King’s Warrior by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt”
As I’m prepping to write this post, I’m realizing I haven’t kept y’all here on the blog updated on Slander & Steel‘s progress. Slander & Steel is the new title for The Heart of the Baenor, if y’all remember that. It’s a book I’ve been working on editing over the past several months. (You can read more about it here.) I ran a Kickstarter campaign in August while it was with beta-readers and I did a bad job of it–both the setup of the campaign and the promotion of it–and my editing stalled out in September, BUT now I’m coming back Continue reading “Slander & Steel Giveaway!”
COMING NOVEMBER 15TH, 2018
An international writing community.
Are you looking for advice on how to create the perfect villain? Do you need the courage to put your story down on paper? Find this and more in Project Canvas, a writing resource written completely by teen and young adult writers and compiled by Caroline Meek and Olivia Rogers.
Project Canvas includes: Continue reading “Book Review: Project Canvas”