If you have a Kindle, it's amazing how many free books you can get your hands on if you dedicate half an hour to finding them. Once upon a time, having a Kindle e-reader meant limited book selections, but now, there is far too much to choose from. For those of us on a serious… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile – Spells & Death
Getting in the zone is tough, and there are some days when our brains just will not cooperate with us. They become easily distracted by shiny things, enticing noises, and the allure of social media. Sometimes a dead leaf being blown across the lawn is enough to draw attention away from the task at hand.… Continue reading 3 Tips For When You Can’t Stop Procrastinating – The Anxious Author
If there's one thing we can count on in these unpredictable times, it's that there will always be new indie books published. Pandemic be damned, these books will be written and we will get them out into the world. It's certainly not stopping me (pause to remind you about Valkyrie Cursed coming June 30th!) In… Continue reading Edenhart’s Rivalry Release Giveaway
Last week, I finished the first draft of book two in my upcoming series, The Rogue Valkyrie Series. Urban fantasy romance, valkyrie-vampire slow burn, and I hope it's as fun to read as it is to write! This is a huge milestone for me, and I might have mentioned why before now. Valkyrie Awakened is… Continue reading What Do You Mean Being An Author Isn’t All About Writing?
Title: The Library of the Dead Author: T.L. Huchu Genre: Dystopian urban fantasy Rating: 5 Stars "When ghosts talk, she will listen . . . Ropa dropped out of school to become a ghostalker – and she now speaks to Edinburgh’s dead, carrying messages to the living. A girl’s gotta earn a living, and it… Continue reading The Library of the Dead – Book Review