Christine over at Fairy Dust On My Pen, who created this tag, left it open to all Marvel fans, so I’m doing the tag. (In case anyone was curious, no, I haven’t watched Endgame yet. On the bright side, it’s making me extra resistant to Pinterest’s whiles since Pinterest is where I KEEP SEEING SPOILERS if I’m not careful, so I’m just avoiding it as much as possible. XD) But without further ado, the tag. Continue reading “The Marvel Cinematic Universe Tag”
I was nervous about this book, going in. A friend of the author asked if I’d read and review it, which I was totally cool with because I love helping out fellow indie authors, but I wasn’t super impressed with the blurb or the cover when I checked out the Amazon page. (A note: I received a free copy to review.) However, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this book.
Victory is told in two parts alongside each other. One is the story of an author Continue reading “Book Review: Victory by Naomi Paasch”
Eira is the main antagonist of Apple of My Eye, the Snow White retelling in The Mirror-Hunter Chronicles. She’s dramatic, driven, cunning, and motivated. Enjoy her interview. :) Continue reading “Character Interview: Eira Evanly”
I enjoy fairytale retellings, and I love seeing how authors twist and adapt existing stories and make them their own. I’ve read and watched a decent handful of retellings, but these three are tops on my list. Continue reading “My Top 3 Favorite Fairytale Retellings”
I stole this tag from Nicki, who told me to steal it, who stole it from someone else who told her to steal it, and I’m told it’s just messy beyond that, but the point is that this tag has devolved into a Macguffin-ish thing and is no longer really a tag. But anyway, without further ado…
(Apparently this tag has no rules.) Continue reading “The Rising Author Tag”