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Announcements, Writing, Writing life

“Perchance to Dream” is out now!

Ye Olde Dragon Book's latest fairytale anthology, Perchance to Dream, is now available! Perchance to Dream is a Sleeping Beauty retelling anthology, with seventeen fresh takes on the classic tale. And one of those seventeen stories is written by me! My story, SPINDLE, is a sci-fi spin on Sleeping Beauty, and I'm pretty proud of… Continue reading “Perchance to Dream” is out now!

Announcements, Writing

“Vice and Virtue” is now available!

Havok Publishing's latest anthology releases today! 🥳 The Vice and Virtue anthology features thirty-one of the best stories published during the six-month season, as well as seventeen new stories found only in the anthology! I am honored to have two stories in this anthology. My story Cadenza is one of the thirty-one anthology winners, and… Continue reading “Vice and Virtue” is now available!

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Gryphon Heist

by James R. Hannibal publisher's synopsis Talia Inger is a rookie CIA case officer assigned not to the Moscow desk as she had hoped but to the forgotten backwaters of Eastern Europe--a department only known as "Other." When she is tasked with helping a young, charming Moldovan executive secure his designs for a revolutionary defense… Continue reading Book Review: The Gryphon Heist

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Book Review: Radiant

by Ashley Bustamante publisher's synopsis Secrets Come in Every Shade After the introduction of Yellow magic in a society accustomed to only Red and Blue magic, the world inside the barrier has become more complicated than anyone imagined. Ava, Elm, and the former students of Prism navigate life in hiding. They face discord, secrets, betrayal, and danger that looms ever closer as the… Continue reading Book Review: Radiant

Writing, Writing life

Throwback Post: Dealing with Critique

Today, I'm pulling out a post from the archives! The following was first published October 11, 2022. How do you take feedback?Let’s be honest—taking critique can be hard. Even well-meaning, honest critique can sting. So what do you do when you get your story back with red ink?Personally, I don’t look at it right away.… Continue reading Throwback Post: Dealing with Critique

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Book Review: Vivid

by Ashley Bustamante publisher's synopsis When Ava Locke was five years old, she began a journey to join the Benefactors—the leaders of the magical continent of Magus. Twelve years later, she unwittingly started down the road to betray them. On Magus where colors fuel magical abilities, yellow is banned in an effort to protect people… Continue reading Book Review: Vivid

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Book Review: City Spies

by James Ponti publisher's synopsis Sara Martinez is a hacker. She recently broke into the New York City foster care system to expose her foster parents as cheats and lawbreakers. However, instead of being hailed as a hero, Sara finds herself facing years in a juvenile detention facility and banned from using computers for the… Continue reading Book Review: City Spies

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Book Review: The Paper Magician

by Charlie N. Holmberg publisher's synopsis Ceony Twill arrives at the cottage of Magician Emery Thane with a broken heart. Having graduated at the top of her class from the Tagis Praff School for the Magically Inclined, Ceony is assigned an apprenticeship in paper magic despite her dreams of bespelling metal. And once she’s bonded… Continue reading Book Review: The Paper Magician

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Book Review: In Myrtle Peril

by Elizabeth C. Bunce publisher's synopsis When a mysterious girl attempts to stake her claim to the Snowcroft family fortune, Myrtle Hardcastle’s father, a lawyer, is asked to help prove—or disprove—the girl’s identity. Is this truly Ethel Snowcroft, believed to be lost at sea with her parents, or a con artist chasing a windfall? Mr.… Continue reading Book Review: In Myrtle Peril

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Book Review: Reunion

by H. L. Burke publisher's synopsis: Saving her past could cost him his future. Traumatic experiences have left telepath and former superhero Aiden Powell burned out. Now retired, he wants to focus on his new civilian career as an EMT and his budding romance with former colleague, Tanvi. He has no interest in resuming the… Continue reading Book Review: Reunion