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Book Review: The Sound of Light

by Sarah Sudin publisher's synopsis When the Germans march into Denmark, Baron Henrik Ahlefeldt exchanges his nobility for anonymity, assuming a new identity so he can secretly row messages for the Danish Resistance across the waters to Sweden. American physicist Dr. Else Jensen refuses to leave Copenhagen and abandon her research--her life's dream. While printing… Continue reading Book Review: The Sound of Light

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Fairy Tale Retellings

I love fairy tale retellings. Three of the novels I've written are retellings. My current WIP is inspired by a fairy tale. So, yeah. I really love retellings, both writing and reading them! If you're a fellow fairy tale fan, here are some retellings to check out! A Dragon by Any Other Name by S.… Continue reading Fairy Tale Retellings

Writing, Writing life

You Don’t Have to Do Social Media

To my fellow writers on social media, You don’t have to do it all.Social media can be overwhelming. There’s so much you can do, and there’s always the pressure to do more. Plus, social media can be a time-sucking black hole.But you don’t have to do everything on social media. You don’t have to post… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Do Social Media

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Book Review: Yours, Constance

by Emily Hayse publisher's synopsis "The folk of Faerie are not all kind...." In the days of yore, it is said, Faerie-beasts walked in the world of men, waiting to carry away the innocent and unprotected. And no one is more innocent than Ella Whittington, sixteen years old and suddenly possessed of a dazzling fortune.… Continue reading Book Review: Yours, Constance

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Comparison

Writer, stop comparing yourself.I think there are few things that kill creativity as quickly as comparison does. Yet we writers compare ourselves all the time. Word counts, publications, followers—we compare it all.We need to stop. Comparison can grow imposter syndrome, cause discouragement, and possibly create tension between writers. It can lead us to jealousy, which… Continue reading Comparison

Book Reviews, Writing

Writing Resource: Fight Write

by Carla Hoch Whether a side-street skirmish or an all-out war, fight scenes bring action to the pages of every kind of fiction. But a poorly done or unbelievable fight scene can ruin a great book in an instant. In Fight Write you'll learn practical tips, terminology, and the science behind crafting realistic fight scenes for your… Continue reading Writing Resource: Fight Write

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Book Review: Fenris and Mott

by Greg Van Eekhout publisher's synopsis When Mott finds a puppy abandoned in a recycling bin, she's ready to do everything she can to protect him. What she doesn't realize, however, is that this is the legendary wolf Fenris, who's prophesied to bring about the end of the world by eating the moon. Now Mott… Continue reading Book Review: Fenris and Mott

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Book Review: Enhanced

by Candace Kade publisher's synopsis Lee Urban is living a lie. In a society where everyone's DNA determines their destiny, being a Natural means automatic relegation to the gritty and dangerous Outskirts. With the harnessed power of gene-editing, the ability to create a super-human race has transformed the world and offered the opportunity of a genetically… Continue reading Book Review: Enhanced