If you are a regular on this blog, you might know that fantasy is my favorite genre. But it would be foolish of me to assume it’s yours as well. I do blog about other things, to be sure, and have written in other genres (CIRCUS IN A SHOT GLASS, woot!) Now, I’m going to… Continue reading Four Fantastic Reasons You Should Read More Fantasy Novels
As a way of fighting boredom for you and kiddo during this time, I'm offering a few free books (I figured out how to make them available through links online!) Edited to add: the book titles are links. Go ahead and click them 🙂 In A Pickle - As if angry nuns and bullies weren't… Continue reading Free Books for the Bored Educator/Parent
I find your lack of books disturbing The other week, another writer made a simple statement on Twitter. To sum it up: writers who want to be published should read at least one book that was published within the past five years. Reasonable suggestion, no? Here’s why a very good reason to be up… Continue reading Authors Need to Read Recent Fiction
My TBR (to be read) pile keeps growing, but I need to finish what I’ve started reading, which has proven difficult lately. Don’t get me wrong. It’s nothing to do with the books I’m reading—per se. I think I just have a small case of reader’s burnout. Ugh. Here’s what I’m reading: PRAY BIG by… Continue reading What I’m Reading: January 2020
We've said farewell to a decade, guys! It's the '20s again, and that is cause for celebration. I considered attending a Roaring '20s NYE party, but I'm not big on crowds. Or booze. Or being out late, for that matter. Did you y'all do anything fun to ring in the New Year? Kiss someone… Continue reading New Year, Non-negotiable Goals
Here's am overview of my 2019. Please feel free to enter your accomplishments, setbacks, realizations in the comments 🙂 Books I read in 2019 Reader Magnets by Nick Stephenson Bootstrapping for Indies by Simon Whistler Blood Orange Brewing by Laura Childs Your Road Map to Successful Author Events by Pavarti K. Tyler Story Trumps Structure… Continue reading 2019 – A Year in Review
Some people believe that the public library is obsolete, or at least headed in that direction. They see it as a waste of tax dollars, because, frankly, they don’t need it, so no one must. Can’t people just buy an e-book or paperback from Amazon? Random but obligatory Mr. Crabby shot, just 'cause Here is… Continue reading 9 Reasons for Libraries
There's a song that starts out "What are you wearing? (Who are you wearing?)" Pfft. I'm no fashionista. What I care about is "What are you reading? (Who are you reading?)" Seriously. Some people judge other people for what they wear. While I don't judge people by what they wear or read, I am a… Continue reading What are We Reading?
There is no shortage of books to read. If you read one book for every day of your life, you would come nowhere close to having read all the books there are. But it's fun to try! That's not to say you're going to enjoy them all, obvs. Everyone has their own preferences when it… Continue reading Reading and Rereading
Circus in a Shot Glass is now available for pre-order from Amazon! If you pre-order before next Tuesday (the book's release date) and email proof of purchase to email@example.com, I will send you a FREE preview of my novelette Things Heard in a Graveyard, due out this November. Order here. Offer ends 9/4/18.