Well, I have certainly neglected this blog in recent months. Which is, like, totally fine, because I've been hard at work scrolling on Instagram and TikTok until Kingdom Come. It's called "market research," okay? Actually, I am determined to decrease my social media intake and actually give this blog the love and attention it deserves... … Continue reading Back From The Dead With Updates: Book Promos, News, Etc!
Tag: indie authors
Spice vs No Spice in Romance Books: An Author’s Deep Dive
So, recently on Instagram, I sort of offhandedly said in a post caption that I could go on a whole rant about the spice vs no spice in romance books debate, but that I wouldn't for the sake of time. Well, I may not have the time or space for such a discussion in an … Continue reading Spice vs No Spice in Romance Books: An Author’s Deep Dive
Books With Stars in the Title: A Weirdly Specific Gift Guide
Stars. Those things in the sky that twinkle. Big balls of gas burning millions of miles away. Sometimes they fall. Sometimes they cross. Other times they strike you, for some reason. And sometimes... lots of times... stars appear in book titles. All right, I'm being facetious, but it is true. Entrenched the the book industry … Continue reading Books With Stars in the Title: A Weirdly Specific Gift Guide
Cover Reveal: An Ocean of Stars by Becca Mionis
The time has come, ladies and gents, to reveal the long-anticipated (at least by me) cover of An Ocean of Stars! When I say she's gorgeous, I truly mean it... we all know the adage "don't judge a book by its cover" and while yes, that is true, I think having a book cover that's … Continue reading Cover Reveal: An Ocean of Stars by Becca Mionis
Book Review: These Hollow Shores by A.P. Walston
In my never-ending quest to catch up on blog posts, I present to you my long-overdue book review of These Hollow Shores by A.P Walston, Book 2 in the Tides of Fate series! This was originally published on Reedsy Discovery as an ARC review, which you can check out here. Also, if you're interested in … Continue reading Book Review: These Hollow Shores by A.P. Walston
ARC Readers Wanted for a Young Adult Science Fiction Book!
She's at it again, folks! I'm publishing another book and the time has come for me to actually start talking about it. And, as the title of this article implies, to send out an "ARC Readers Wanted" call to action! *cue triumphant music* ignore the "link in bio" stuff; that's for Instagram! But first of … Continue reading ARC Readers Wanted for a Young Adult Science Fiction Book!
Book Review: Explorer’s End by H.W. Portland
Welcome to another book review, this one long overdue because I read it over a month ago! This book review of Explorer's End by H.W. Portland was originally published on Reedsy Discovery, which you can check out here! Slowly but steadily, I am catching up on my long, winding TBR. And one of these days, … Continue reading Book Review: Explorer’s End by H.W. Portland
Where to Find The Last Celestials In the Wild
This is everywhere you can find The Last Celestials in the big, wide, world! (I'll be sure to keep this post updated as--fingers crossed--more locations get added to this list!) Bet you can't guess what region I live in based on these locations, but this isn't just for locals... I'll tell you where you can … Continue reading Where to Find The Last Celestials In the Wild
Meet the Characters of The Last Celestials
Evidently, my blog is the place to impose my book and its contents upon you, my dear, unsuspecting reader. Welcome to the world of authorpreneurship! Now, get ready to meet the characters of The Last Celestials whether you asked for it or not! So, I did a series of "meet the characters" or "character mood … Continue reading Meet the Characters of The Last Celestials
Book Review: Lifecast by Marc Opsal
This review of Lifecast by Marc Opsal was originally published on Reedsy Discovery. Check it out here! Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links. Once in a blue moon, a book comes along that completely exceeds your expectations. Such was the case with Lifecast. I'm not usually big into dystopian, or at least I haven't been … Continue reading Book Review: Lifecast by Marc Opsal