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Book Reviews

Girls of Paper and Fire By Natasha Ngan

Book Review Girls of Paper and Fire By Natasha Ngan YA. Sexual Abuse. Fantasy. 2 Stars Great story idea that didn't deliver. In this richly developed fantasy, Lei is a member of the Paper caste, the lowest and most persecuted class of people in Ikhara. She lives in a remote village with her father, where… Continue reading Girls of Paper and Fire By Natasha Ngan

Book Reviews

Down Two Paths: Borderline Series Book 2

Book Review Down Two Paths: Borderline Series Book 2 By Taya Devere 5 Stars Literary fiction. Women's Fiction. A fabulous continuation of Dee's story! Can't wait for the next installment As the two paths push Dee deeper into her survival journey, one path threatens suffocation, the other exhaustion. Which offers a chance of salvation? In… Continue reading Down Two Paths: Borderline Series Book 2

Ranting Thought

Free the Dark: Elwood Legacy Book 3

Book Review Free the Dark: Elwood Legacy Book Three by Nicola Rose 5 stars This stunning conclusion pulls no stops! The world is descending into devastating chaos. There’s a new enemy to mankind on the horizon… it’s me.I’m ready to let go of morality. It’s time to play.But how much ‘fun’ is too much when… Continue reading Free the Dark: Elwood Legacy Book 3

Writing Journey

…plus thirty pounds

So many accomplishments! Last June, I (self)published my first novel. Since then, I've published three more (one under a pseudonym). Four total novels in less than a year. Yay me! Sure, two-and-a-half of those books were the split of a project I'd been working on for twenty years, but I don't think that takes much… Continue reading …plus thirty pounds

Ranting Thought, Writing Journey

Vulnerability in Art

I wrote this right before I published STUMBLING, and apparently decided not to post it. I have changed my mind on that. At least it might give you a smile. It did me, though it still holds true. My third book will release in a few days so there's a panic thing going on at… Continue reading Vulnerability in Art