She’s a real lady-killer, but she doesn’t know why. [Book Review]

I don't know where I have been (under a rock, maybe?), but I haven't found a lot of good LGBT books that aren't about love and/or tragedy based on gayness, so it's been nice to read some of these new books that have LGBT main characters that are in different genres. This was one that … Continue reading She’s a real lady-killer, but she doesn’t know why. [Book Review]

‘Tween friendship and a gender place. [Book Review]

Adolescence is a hard time for everyone, you can't deny it. You're somewhere between a kid and an adult,¬†expected to walk the thin line between obedience to elders and responsibility for one's own actions. It's tough for everyone, but for some kids, it can be even worse. This is the story of one of those … Continue reading ‘Tween friendship and a gender place. [Book Review]

Jump back into the superstition of childhood in A. Renee Hunt’s ebook thrill, Puddle. [Book Review]

The minute I saw this cover, I knew I had to read the story. How cool is that hand reaching out of the puddle on the sidewalk? It immediately brought to mind the kind of superstitious thoughts that plagued most of us in childhood, and I knew it would bring me back to those days … Continue reading Jump back into the superstition of childhood in A. Renee Hunt’s ebook thrill, Puddle. [Book Review]

Changing Why Me? into Why Not? in a kids’ book by Julie Parker. [Book Review]

When I saw Julie Parker's post about her book, Why Me?, on Instagram, I knew it was something I wanted my kids to read. So I asked her if I could grab a review copy, and Ms. Parker happily obliged. My plan was a little different than the one I normally use when I review … Continue reading Changing Why Me? into Why Not? in a kids’ book by Julie Parker. [Book Review]

Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck

Last month, I asked a few of the peopole in my writing group for a guest post, and Emily Selleck was one of those who was kind enough to oblige. She's a riot - fun, happy, and full of great ideas. This is her take on that most hectic and brilliant of adventures: NaNoWriMo. Why … Continue reading Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck

The Setup | Romance Novel

Rachel's two best friends have had it with her non-existent love life. Divorced from an abusive husband and with two children in tow, she and her best friends, Haley and C.W., have been living together in harmony for over a year. And while they love each other dearly, there is something none of them have … Continue reading The Setup | Romance Novel