edit /ehd-it/ (verb, with object) | A long, dismal process of rearranging broken things, aligning the ragged edges of mis-matched… Read more Edit
When Lily Underwood, Queen of the Eight Lands, Empress upon the mountain, Consort of the God-king Achram Lord of Light,… Read more After Narnia (a Flash Fic)
Read my original post on The Book Slut here. Let’s be honest, 2019 went way too quickly, and regretfully, I… Read more Altered Memories and Other Worlds: My Top Five Reads of 2019
One of my goals this year has been to get more of my work out there — not necessarily through… Read more Of Novels and Webmischief
They all say the world endsin the brilliance of explosions but in truthit dies in the darkwithout even a single… Read more Apocalypses
Mr. Bell wafts into the shop on a near-winter’s eve, hunched over his stick, little beetle eyes glittering. “You have… Read more Mr. Bell
Five days into November, the fireworks are flying, the coffee is flowing, and all over the world, novelists from all… Read more How you can use Nanowrimo to build a year-long writing practice
As a judge for Wimbledon Bookfest, I read three hundred (and forty two) stories written by children between the ages of six and eleven.
This is what I learned.
First off, let me put one thing out there before anything else — I went into reading this book with the best… Read more My Take: “My Brother’s Name is Jessica” by John Boyne
Note To Readers: The Next few blog posts are from my Slovakia backlog. I am posting them quite a few… Read more Goodbye, SIDAS. Goodbye, Slovakia.