Book Reviews, Reviews

July Book Review #4 Keeper by Kim Chance

Keeper By Kim Chance Summary: Magic always leaves a mark. When the ghost of a 200-year-old witch attacks her on the road, sixteen-year-old bookworm Lainey Styles is determined to find a logical explanation. But even with the impossible staring her in the face, Lainey refuses to buy into all that “hocus pocus nonsense”—until she finds… Continue reading July Book Review #4 Keeper by Kim Chance

Book Reviews, Reviews

July Book Review #3: Haunting Fairytales Collectionn

Haunting Fairytales Collection is out today! Join the event to win some amazing fairytale items and other goodies. ~ https://www.facebook.com/events/484831455047175/ ~ Get the book on Amazon:  http://hyperurl.co/6ecjaa The Haunting Fairytales Collection: Volume 1 By: R.L. Weeks Summary: Re-imagining The Frog Prince, Beauty and the Beast, Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White, and The Little Mermaid. R. l. Weeks… Continue reading July Book Review #3: Haunting Fairytales Collectionn

Book Reviews, Reviews

July Book Review #2: An Author’s Odyssey

Enjoy this week’s second review! The Land of Stories: An Author’s Odyssey By Chris Colfer Summary: In the highly anticipated continuation of the Land of Stories series, Conner learns that the only place to fight the Masked Man's literary army is inside his own short stories! When the twins and their friends enter worlds crafted from… Continue reading July Book Review #2: An Author’s Odyssey

Book Reviews, Reviews

July Book Review #1: Emergence

We’re going to do things a little differently this week. I read a LOT of books recently that I really want to review, so in order to keep  to my  planned schedule, I’m doing an review today, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday  along with my flash fiction post. Enjoy this first one. The Infernal Guard: Emergence… Continue reading July Book Review #1: Emergence

Characters, Writing Tips

Character Development: Part 2

Last week, I discussed  this TED Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie,  and how I thought her observations about a “single story,” were of importance to the writing community if we want to keep our characters from seeming one-dimensional. Everyone has a story to tell, even the people we make up. My favorite way to find… Continue reading Character Development: Part 2