I'm going to tell you precisely why I love Neil Gaiman's work, and I'll do it by breaking down one of my favorite short stories: THE PRICE.
I have been given an AMAZING gift and I'm out of my mind with joy.
Don't get me wrong: I absolutely love the current crop of urban fantasy out there. But once in a while, it's really, really nice to find something else. Something that reminds me of Charles de Lint more than Faith Hunter.
“Yoshiko and the Gift of Charms” follows the coming-of-age adventure of a very special dragon hatched from a very special egg.
I received this charming book from Julia Suzuki in exchange for an honest review, and wow, I'm so happy to have read it.
This guest post is part of Sarahbeth Caplin's "Indie Author Life series," and I'm delighted to co-host it on my blog.
Author Dylan J. Morgan talks about writing, reading, and the power of fellow authors.
I've been tagged to answer questions on my writing process. A cat-gif is included to keep your attention.
"Eighteen-year-old Sherry has just begun her newly independent life in Paris when she is kidnapped by a group of vampires. They hold her hostage in the House of Cadamon, their…
This post is part of the blog tour for the newest book in Tahlia Newland's series, Diamond Peak.
Tahlia Newland has built a world where every emotion matters.
J. M. Frey, author, fandom expert (really, she has a degree), cosplayer extraordinaire, and all-around awesome lady sends me a guest post on an awesome topic: FANS.
Have you ever wished that a big YA book tour would make a stop in your hometown? Well, here's your chance for that wish to come true!
Fantabulous author Beth Revis is offering the most amazing contest ever for FIFTY autographed amazing YA books!
Do the hard thing — that's where we grow. If you do that, you'll never have to worry about restlessness or feeling like your life has a purpose.
I'll cut to the chase: this book made me believe I could actually write short stories.
I don't always post book reviews. I'll make remarks on Goodreads occasionally, but rarely has a book moved me so much that it deserves a major spotlight.