Genre: Gothic/Historical Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Year: 2019
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My Rating: 5 stars
This book. . . Wow.
I just want to insert here that if you are so inclined to listen to music while you read, I would highly recommend pairing this book with a moody cup of black tea or bitter coffee and the album, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat’. #mood.Read More »
I am super excited! Finally! After what feels like a long time sitting on this announcement, I am finally able to share it with you! And. . . if you sign up for the blog tour, you can get a copy for free!
I’m a book aunt!
My little sister is releasing her first ever book in less than a month!Read More »
I. Cannot. Even.
Ilyon is probably one of my favorite series ever, as is The Blades of Acktar. It’s time to get your Medieval fantasy mojo on because not one, not two, but THREE books are releasing! Each of these series is made up of four or five star books for me, so if you love this genre as much as I do, be sure to check them out! I haven’t had a chance to read them yet, but they are on their way! Merry Christmas to me! Read More »
WOOT WOOT! The sale has been happening for one day already! If you haven’t checked it out yet, go shopping! Click here to shop!
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Now! On to our featured author! Michaela Bush! Read More »
Publication Year: 2018
Purchase and Synopsis
This book was a tender re-evaluation of how we treat others. Read More »
I hope you enjoyed last weeks post full of writing resources that are completely free. If you did not read it, here is the link.
This post is about what I did aside from research to teach myself how to write. There were a lot of practices and habits that I have formed over the years, tricks of the trade if you will that have really sharpened and tightened my skills as an author and a writer.Read More »
As an author, a writer and a joyful learner, this process wasn’t as hard as most people think it is, and to be honest, sometimes the overly heady people who are telling you that you aren’t qualified until you have your degree are wrong. But I’m not here to tell you what “qualified” or “ready” is, because honestly those two arguments really get me going. But I’ll go up on my soap-box about that another day. Read More »