Old school horror tale suspends disbelief and drives you to a twisted fantasyland where the children are monsters and anyone who tries to save them is destroyed.
Ever wanted to know the body counts of your favorite slasher or the first author to pen a vampire story?
When a mystery series goes from okay to amazing page-turner, you know you've gotta get in on the first book.
I accidentally started reading a series on the second book, but it was a jaw-dropper anyhow. Talk about a good book!
If I say 'vacation', and you say 'books', welcome to the club.
If there's one thing I've made perfectly clear in the last few years, it's that superheroes just aren't my thing. No offense meant to people who love them, because I know you all are vast in number and fierce in your loyalties, but I just... rarely get into superhero stories. For one, I find them … Continue reading Let April Daniels introduce you to the most badass transgender lesbian superhero you’ve ever met. [Book Review]
Have you ever gotten the chance to read a book that seemed like it would be two of your favorites melded together? That's how I felt when I signed on to read the first in a new fantasy series recently.
To be honest, I don't even know how I got my hands on this book bundle. As of this writing [in February 2017], I can't find it available for purchase. That being said, each of the three books in the bundle are available, so I wanted to share my thoughts anyway, in case the writers … Continue reading Craft, business, and the best advice an indie can get in a book bundle. [Book Review]
My newest, Banquet, is finally out! If you want me to be honest, I've been saying it's like... If Luke Skywalker had been born a girl and grown up with emotionally distant parents, joined a roving band of space pirates, been betrayed by her leader, then defected, tried to kill him, and was sent to … Continue reading It’s like if Luke Skywalker was a girl…
The stories of our families can shape us as much as our own life experiences. For one young girl, her grandmother's stories feel like destiny.