In an industry full of rejection, it is important for writers to celebrate every victory, large or small. Today, I’m celebrating because my novelette, Half Breeds, is available for pre-order. It may not really be a “book” or full-length novel, it may not even be available in print, but it is a standalone piece. It’sContinue reading “Celebrate Every Victory, No Matter How Small”
My friend and critique partner, Artemis Savory, compiled a list of writing centers and events in the New England area and asked me to share it on this blog. If you are local and interested in writing, these events are definitely worth checking out! Six Local Writing Centers and Events By Artemis Savory (WritingContinue reading “Guest Post: Six Local Writing Centers and Events By Artemis Savory”
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As we begin our interview, Sara skims through her sliding phone. Taps her fingers on her laptop. We are sitting in her large screened-in porch by the lake in Merrimac, Ma. It is mid-August. She is wearing a black T-shirt that reads: “I stand with standing rock.” Her hair is cut…
Phaethon by Rachel Sharp My rating: 5 of 5 stars From Holly Black to Jim Butcher, I read a lot of books that involve Faeries of one kind or another. Still, this one felt fresh. It had the folklore grounding of a Holly Black novel, but a tone and humor more likely to appeal toContinue reading “Book Review: Phaethon”
No matter how much rain gets in it, and no matter how broken it is, I never let it sink.
Wings Unseen by Rebecca Gomez Farrell My rating: 4 of 5 stars I received an early copy from NetGalley for a fair, honest, review. Wings Unseen got off to a slow start with a first chapter that almost made me put the book down. However, I am glad I kept reading. I loved watching howContinue reading “A Review of Wings Unseen”