Tagged with writing

Something Wild

So, I just discovered that Lindsey Stirling partnered up with my all-time favorite musical artist Andrew McMahon under his new moniker Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness to create a glorious blend of powerful lyrics, hauntingly beautiful violin skills by Lindsey Stirling, harmoniously blending in the piano from Andrew McMahon, and getting sucked into it all … Continue reading

Gifted Thief Wraps Comedy into Fantasy

I received Gifted Thief as an ARC (advanced reader copy) in exchange for an honest review. I had stumbled across this book and the summary intrigued me and Helen Harper was generous to send me a copy, as us Harpers have to stick together! This book is scheduled to release 01/29/16. Gifted Thief started out a … Continue reading

Freelance Editing

This is something I am seriously wanting to undertake. I truly feel that I can offer my services as an editor for many authors and aspiring authors. While I have nitpicked Revelry to bits, I want to get published this year. In order to do such, I have to have some type of income to … Continue reading

Storybooks

I am a book person. There are so many types of books in the world. Genres, lengths, for kids, for adults, and they can seriously be just about anything. Some books are too much alike and they blend in, and no one really pays them too much attention. Sure, they may sell a couple thousand … Continue reading

Revelry Snippet – Help Please

So, there is a particular scene in Revelry that involves Asa pretty much being a cheap version of Walter White. His destiny is a Healer, and Healers have to know how to create certain combinations of chemicals and other stuff that I’d rather not go into terrible detail over as to give away too much … Continue reading

Writer or Editor?

So I was recently bestowed with a beta read of a new author’s book and was super stoked! I haven’t had the opportunity to critique anyone’s writing in a very very very long time. Naturally, I took my time, ensuring that I picked up on all the grammar issues, any plot issues, characterization and the … Continue reading