What I Think about Identity Revealed by J.M. Butler

Identity Revealed - The Tue-Rah Chronicles, Book 1 by J.M. Butler

Identity RevealedThe Tue-Rah Chronicles, Book 1

Themes & Genres: Epic Fantasy, Romance

Blurb:

What if you prepared for the wrong destiny?

Before her sixth birthday, Inale had two names. After being rescued from Naatos, a shapeshifting warlord, she is named Amelia, so that she can hide on Earth Continue reading

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Interview with Fantasy Author J.M. Butler (The Tue-Rah Chronicles)

J.M. Butler - The Tue-Rah Chronicles

Q1. Hello, J.M. Butler, and welcome to my blog! How about we begin with you telling us a little bit about yourself? How and when did you start writing?

Hello and thank you for having me!

Well, I’m an author, attorney, adventurer, and I have been writing for as long as I can remember Continue reading

What I Think about Perfume Island by Curtis Bausse

Perfume Island - Magali Rousseau Mysteries, Book 2 by Curtis Bausse

Perfume IslandMagali Rousseau Mystery Series, Book 2

Themes & Genres: Mystery, Crime

Blurb:

People come out here, they do things they wouldn’t do back home…

All they wanted was a quiet evening together. Then came the phone call. And a chain of events which would take Magali Rousseau into the sinister heart of the tropical island of Mayotte Continue reading

Author Interview with Curtis Bausse (Magali Rousseau Mysteries)

Curtis Bausse

Q1: Hello, Curtis, and welcome to my blog! How about we start with you telling us a little bit about yourself? How and when did you start writing?

The seasons turn, the world grows old,

The woodland goes from green to gold.

I hate suet. Rice is better.

I mustn’t forget to post that letter.

That’s the opening verse of my first ever poem, called Autumn. It goes on a bit longer but I’ve forgotten the rest. It was called Autumn because Mr. Roberts, the English teacher, asked us to write a poem about autumn Continue reading

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #98 – Critique Swap & Critique Partners

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #98 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - Critique Swap & Critique Partners

Need some feedback on your work, but can’t afford to pay someone for it?

No one has the time to read your chapters for free?

Offer them a critique swap!

Get together with some writing buddies (or look for people in writing groups) and arrange to read and give feedback on each other’s work.

Things to consider when you are making the arrangements Continue reading

My To Review in November List

Hey, kittens!

It’s the first Sunday of the month and I’m here to share what I’ll be reviewing this November. As some of you have probably noticed: I’ve already posted one review on Friday. However, there are two more books I plan to talk with you about. But first: the one I’ve already reviewed is…

The Warrior’s PathTales of Gorania, Book 1

The Warrior's Path - Tales of Gorania, Book 1 by Karim Soliman

Author: Karim Soliman

Themes & Genres: Dark Fantasy, war

Blurb:

A true warrior never stains his hands with the blood of an innocent Continue reading

What I Think about The Warrior’s Path by Karim Soliman

The Warrior's Path - Tales of Gorania, Book 1 by Karim Soliman

The Warrior’s PathTales of Gorania, Book 1

Themes & Genres: Dark Fantasy, war

Blurb:

A true warrior never stains his hands with the blood of an innocent.

Forced to slay his father to avoid committing atrocities of war, Masolon flees the justice of his clansmen, through the madness of the haunted desert, to the fabled lands of Gorania—a journey he survives with his body, but not with his mind Continue reading

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #97 – A Connection Between the Characters – Fourth Tip

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #97 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - A Connection Between the Characters – Fourth Tip

In August, I gave you three tips (I’ll link them below) about strengthening the relationship between your characters; a couple of days ago, I realized I’ve missed an important point so here’s one more tip on the topic Continue reading

What I Think about The Astonishing Thing by Sandi Ward

The Astonishing Thing by Sandi Ward

Themes & Genres: Literary Fiction, family, pets, cats

Blurb:

Pet owners know that a cat’s loyalty is not easily earned. Boo, a resourceful young feline with a keen eye and inquiring mind, has nonetheless grown intensely devoted to her human companion, Carrie. Several days ago, Carrie—or Mother, as Boo calls her—suddenly went away, leaving her family, including Boo, in disarray. Carrie’s husband, Tommy, is distant and distracted even as he does his best to care for Boo’s human siblings, especially baby Finn Continue reading