Monthly Archives: July 2017

August TBR

August TBR Since I’ve started writing book reviews for self-published/indie authors, I thought it would be a good idea to highlight the books that are scheduled for the month! Check back for book reviews every Friday and sometimes a random one thrown in if I read…

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Fractured Past – Book Review

Fractured Past (Part 1) by D.E. Chapman Genre: High Fantasy Author and Bio: D.E. Chapman is the author of A Talnarin Novel Series. She first started writing Fractured Past, book one in the series, after a vivid dream one night in early April 2017. From there, the vague…

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You Know Me Well – Book Review

You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan Genre: YA LGBT Fiction Synopsis:  Who knows you well? Your best friend? Your boyfriend or girlfriend? A stranger you meet on a crazy night? No one, really? Mark and Kate have sat next to each other for an entire year…

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Eternal Flame – Book Review

Eternal Flame by Alexa Kang Genre: Historical Science Fiction Author Alexa Kang:   Alexa is thrilled to share with you her debut novel series, Rose of Anzio, a WWII love story that spans the period between 1940 to 1945 that is also a tribute to all the brave soldiers who fought…

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No Room For Hondo – Book Review

No Room For Hondo by Joey Lynn Rescinitti Genre: Women’s Fiction Author: Joey Lynn Resciniti   I am a wife, mother, and writer. I live North of Pittsburgh in a township populated by an extraordinary number of pizza shops. I married my high school sweetheart (it still counts even…

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This Is For You

Dear Creators, To all those who work hard putting every ounce of energy they have into their creations in hopes it touches one person’s life–thank you. To all those who understand the sacrifices that needs to be made in order to pursue your passion–thank…

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Celebrate Small Wins

Anxiety can be the devil that appears out of nowhere. You may be able to trace it back to a reasoning, but sometimes you can’t. This only makes it harder to jump over the hurdles and get back to your normal state. Anxiety doesn’t define who…

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Camp NaNoWriMo Tips

For those unfamiliar, Camp NaNoWriMo is the summer version of NaNoWriMo, which happens in November for National Novel Writing Month. This is a month where writer’s pledge to write 50,000 words in one month. What a writer works on to get those words is entirely up to…

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