Every so often, I have a think about what segments to include on The Secret Library and whether they should continue or if I should retire them. I've done this with a few segments already that didn't really engage readers, and I think it's good practice to evaluate whether a segment is worth including or… Continue reading Your Opinion, Pretty Please?
Writers tend to categorise themselves in a futile attempt to understand the writing process, and two of these categories are "plotting" and "pantsing". Plotters draw up meticulous plans before writing their books so they know exactly who does what, when, where, and how. They will typically know everything about a scene before they write it,… Continue reading I’m A Plotter By Nature
Boxed sets are a great way to make sure I finish a series, because I so often read a first-in-series and then forget to read the sequels. It's not usually because I don't want to, but because of budget at the time, and when I do get around to being able to afford it again,… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile – Graveyard Guardians
For something a little different this week, we've got a Fantasy & Sci-Fi Book Fair! A huge collection of books under the broad fantasy and sci-fi genres have been compiled by the famous Courtney Cannon and presented for our viewing pleasure. Urban fantasy, paranormal romance, sci-fi, young adult, epic fantasy, adventure, fantasy & sci-fi romance,… Continue reading Come Visit The Fantasy & Sci-Fi Book Fair
Title: The Mercury Division Author: Lynda Collins Genre: Urban fantasy - short story Rating: Four stars * * * My Review Until I get back into a good reading schedule, I may throw a few short stories into my review section every so often. Today is one of those days! Magical Crime Scene Investigation is… Continue reading The Mercury Division – Book Review