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12 Reasons Why Book Reviews Are Important

If you are a reader, then you’ve probably used book reviews.  Whether it’s word of mouth, blogs or review sites like goodreads.com or Amazon this honest feedback is the readers ticket to a sure-thing-read.  So why are these reviews important and more importantly, why should YOU write reviews?   Friends don’t let friends read bad […]

Sun vs. Snow: Query and first 250 words critique

Michelle Hauck and Amy Trueblood are hosting a critique workshop/blog hop for anyone who would like peer review of their query and first 250 words. Please leave your comments below and a link to your blog if you would like me to critique yours. Title: LOGOS Genre: Adult Contemporary Fiction with fantastical elements Word Count: 80,000 […]

Review: Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton

Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton My rating: 4 of 5 stars I know it’s only January, but I’m calling this — Best YA of 2015! So why 4 stars you ask? Pacing! If you’ve read other reviews you will see a contingent of DNF. A lot of this was because this was written in 3rd […]

Review: Ugly Love

Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ugly Love made me ugly cry. Not just a few droplets, the full blown Claire Danes mask. Every book I read of Ms.Hoovers engulfs me in situations that always makes me squirm! This was no exception. The writing of this story is beautiful. You […]

My Creative Process: Blog Hoppin’

I joined a blog hop with my fellow writers and book sisters, L. Penelope and Nakeesha J. Seneb. They have shared their creative process and now it’s my turn. What am I working on?   I am editing my science fiction thriller, LOGOS.  I am on the twenty-fourth rewrite (give or take) and it’s being read […]

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