A monstrous growl echoed outside Rella’s bedroom door. She stepped back, crossed the worn rug, her spine flush with the stone wall. Her fingers twisted in the layers of fabric of her tattered gown. Roar! She hiccuped back fear. Splat! Her eyes went wide. Either that was the beast that had stood guard at her… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Maiden Rescue
Who's got a flash fiction story in this month's issue of Splickety Magazine? This girl!! Eep! It's true! June 12 was Launch Day for the June issue of Splickety's "Heirs and Spares" edition of their flash fiction magazine. And my story, "The Announcement," was acquired! *cartwheel* You can download it digitally from Amazon here, or… Continue reading Splickety Magazine “Heirs and Spares” June Issue
Hey friends! I know I've been silent over the past month. I decided to take a spontaneous vacation and focus on finishing the edits of my current WIP. The good news = I finished basic edits. The complicated news = I've added a few major changes that I'm still working on. New goal = to… Continue reading AlmostAnAuthor Post and CF Update!
Yay! It's finally here! I've been wanting to tell you guys about this super fun anthology coming out this month, but didn't want to post until the link was live. And guess what? It is!! Go find it here. This is the first anthology I've been part of and I'm really excited to read all… Continue reading Ironwood Alchemy Anthology Release–Including a short story by moi! (*squeal*)
Here it is! My review of book #3 from Liesl Shurtliff's series of children's novels based on fairytales. I've mentioned Shurtliff's other two novels--RUMP and JACK--multiple times in past blog posts regarding middle-grade books I would recommend. (You can find those reviews here and here.) So it's no surprise that RED, The True Story of… Continue reading Book Review: RED by Liesl Shurtliff
“Good luck, Sarena!” Freyren said. He held his tanned back straight as one hoof pounded the brambled ground in anticipation, a gentle smile on his lips. Those centaurs loved anything that had to do with adventure. The sweet scent of blackberries followed me as I took flight. “Thanks, Frey!” His son, Brayden, was just my… Continue reading Flash Fiction Monday: Legends
So, I think I've decided something. I like to read and I like to blog but I don't necessarily have time to post a review about every single book I read. You've probably noticed the last number of reviews have all been 5 stars, which I think I'll keep as my standard for choosing which… Continue reading Book Review: Rump by Liesl Shurtliff