Exciting developments, ladies and gents! The Last Celestials pre-order is now available for ebook (Amazon and Kobo) and paperback (right here on the blog)! Things are moving right along and I couldn't be more excited as we approach the big launch on Valentine's Day. Hey hey, for the reader in your life who likes romance … Continue reading The Last Celestials Pre-order is Now Available!
This is my review of This Savage Sea by A.P. Walston, first posted on Reedsy Discovery! I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review and all opinions are my own! Special update: This Savage Sea has been featured on Reedsy's 61 Greatest Indie Books of All Time! Like … Continue reading Book Review: This Savage Sea by A.P. Walston
When I started this blog back in... 1898, or whatever year that was, I actually had it in mind to chronicle my journey as an aspiring author. Well, that intention has since gone a little off the rails, but I've never stopped writing stories. In fact, I've definitely done more of that than I have … Continue reading I’m Publishing a Book! (ARC Readers Wanted)
This is my review of Duneflyer by Jay Aspen, Book 1 of the Stormweaver saga! I received a free digital copy of this book courtesy of Reedsy Discovery, and all opinions are my own! See my review on Reedsy! Become a Reedsy reviewer! (I get a little somethin' somethin' at no cost to you!) Disclaimer: … Continue reading Book Review: Duneflyer by Jay Aspen
Disclaimer: As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you choose to purchase using my link, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. synopsis From Tiffanie DeBartolo, author of God Shaped Hole, How to Kill a Rock Star, and Grace: The Jeff Buckley Story, comes Sorrow, a poignant story about friendship and … Continue reading Book Review: Sorrow by Tiffanie DeBartolo
Check out my latest indie book review of a sci-fi adventure called Factory 4-80!
My review of Stolen City by L.D. Greenwood, originally published on Reedsy Discovery!
Check out my indie review of Starfire Dragons by Dawn Ross, a space opera about ethical conundrums! (Originally published on Reedsy Discovery)
I posted another short story on the blog because that's a thing people do. It's about a mermaid, kind of.