SK1NN3ER

Thirty-five years. Four killers. One city. Dayne Mitchell is fascinated with serial killers (aren't we all?), and he dedicates his free...

Thistle

This ain't your average fairy story... Thistle is a fairy who doesn't feel like she belongs. She's an Unwanted, only good for cleaning up...

Sweetland

After connecting with author Dareth Pray on Twitter, I eagerly awaited the release of her debut novel, Sweetland...and it did not...

Broken

With the number of positive posts I've seen flood my Twitter feed for K.M. Harding's debut romantic thriller, I just knew I had to give...

August Workshop

Naturally, the day before the September workshop, I get my post done for last month. Anyway... This month, by popular request, I made a...

July Workshop

"I'll make a blog about this workshop tomorrow," I told myself for a month straight. July featured a workshop that I had really been...

Powerless

I have seen so many people talking about Powerless by Vicky Ball on Twitter, and now that I've read it, I can understand why! Keep in...

Catching Up

As always, I have Twitter to thank for this beautiful, cozy, warm-hearted read by author Mary Lay. After the death of her brother,...

Travelling Without Moving

One of the first authors I connected with when I finally gave in and joined twitter a little over a year ago was Nathan Jones. Not only...

Haze

Another day, another review of a book I saw advertised on Twitter. Don't underestimate the power of social media and connecting with...

Novak's Mission

Yet another book that I may not have checked out if left to my own devices - Novak's Mission by James H. Lewis. I had the pleasure of...

Waiting for Saturday

I love being part of the Twitter Writing Community. Not only do I get to meet and connect with so many talented people, but I'm able to...

Man, Fuck This House

Horror? Sure. Comedy? Check! Man, Fuck This House by Brian Asman is a wild ride from start to finish. The Haskins family moves into a...

June Workshop

I have to admit, the end of May through basically the entirety of June were extremely busy for me. My husband and I took our first...

May Workshop

This month's workshop was an activity suggested by one of the group members. She was curious to see how others edited their work in "real...

Canned Coffee and Kimonos

Canned Coffee and Kimonos by Tom Fitzmaurice was one of those books I knew I had to open the moment I saw it. Having lived in Japan...

Critical Critiques

This past Tuesday, it was my turn to submit at my local critique group. The setup is pretty simple. Every month, two people are signed up...

Imposter Monster

Ah, imposter syndrome - that terrible, ugly monster made up of self-doubt, anxiety, and depression. I don't think anyone is immune to it,...

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