**Copy of Hot Lead, Cold Iron by Ari Marmell received from Agent Sam Morgan from Jabberwocky Literary Agency in exchange for an honest review** Despite how many times I referred to this book, both mentally and aloud, as Hot Iron, Cold Lead, it remains--actually titled Hot Lead, Cold Iron--a bloody fantastic read. Let's just be up front and… Continue reading Hot Lead, Cold Iron
Last year, I wrote a post in February where I talked about my writing goals for the upcoming year. If you fancy a trip down memory lane, hit up here. Before I write any more of this post, I'm going to go read that one and see how I stacked up. *reads the post with a… Continue reading I’m Not Serious About This, Am I?
Christmas is less than a week away, with the New Year skittering close after its heels. Though it might seem a bit early for a resolution-like post, when the mood to write strikes you, you ignore it at your own peril. I say "resolution-like" because I can already tell that I'm not going to have… Continue reading 2017: Questing to Know Myself and Choose Happiness
There is no doubt--not a shadow, not a sliver, not an inkling--surrounding my excitement for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. I've been ready since it's announcement. Ever since I bawled my eyes out at the end of playing Mass Effect 3 (very late, granted, compared to the rest of the crowd, but still), I've been eagerly… Continue reading My Purposefully Ignorant Wait to Explore Andromeda
In the past year, I've become a pretty serious writer, despite what my last two months' output proves. I think writing four books in a year is a sign that I have given myself permission to dedicate my time and my passion to my craft, even if I've stumbled recently and fallen off of the… Continue reading Remembering Roots Amongst Bark, Branches and Leaves
To some, I'm sure the idea that I lost interest in both watching television seems absurd (just wait until you hear my reasons), but that has definitely been the case...for years. When I moved out and went to college, Netflix and I were tight-knit as you could be. That was my main hobby; binging TV… Continue reading Falling Back In Love With Television
Life is full of them; hiccups, I mean. Of course, this post is tailored to a specific hiccup in my current life--two, actually, if we want to be more precise: hiccups in running and in writing. You see, both are commitments that I have made to myself to do consistently, because they are important to… Continue reading Hiccups