So, first things first: stop reading this review and go read Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone. Seriously, I really appreciate you stopping by. I am so grateful for my readers and love that you're reading my words right now, but my words aren't what you should be reading. Now, G.S. Denning's words? The author of… Continue reading Warlock Holmes: A Study in Brimstone
It took me five sittings to read this book. Hint: that is four too many. That's how good this book is, friends. I saw this book sitting on the shelves at Barnes and Noble one day and immediately went to read the back. The cover was just so intriguing to me. And it seemed interesting, yet I… Continue reading Blood and Iron
This realization, in relation to my writing and future publication, has really freaked me out lately. I don't know why, considering I'm nowhere near close to publishing anything, as engrossed as I am in the editing and writing stages across multiple books.Yet I can't shake it. Someday, once I'm published, someone is going to read… Continue reading You Can’t Please Everyone
I have sort of an obsession with cinematic scores. Sure, I got a film minor during undergrad, but I did that because I was hoping to learn more about screenwriting (not learn all about theory, which is exactly what happened). But I don't think that background is what inspired my in-depth obsession with a fantastically… Continue reading Scores!
I have always claimed that editing is the hardest part of the writing process. I think that will always be the case, though I'm sure as I move along in my career, other things will pop up and prove to me that editing isn't the worse thing. But for the moment, it is what I… Continue reading Editing: The Never-Ending Story
THIS BOOK, YOU GUYS. Secret #1: Every good seduction begins with a baited hook. Okay, I'll just calm down for a second so I can explain why this was the best romance I think I've read so far--or, at least, in a long while. It ranks up with my all-time favorite (which started my romance… Continue reading Seven Secrets of Seduction
Yesterday, I started reading this fantastic romance, Seven Secrets of Seduction, before work. I loved it and will discuss why I did so on my book review blog later today (as we all know I stayed up until 3am last night to finish it). Not only did it have me swooning in all the right ways, but it… Continue reading As Is