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Too Dark to Handle

Like most writers, I’m a voracious reader.  While I’ve got nothing against genre fiction, my favorite reading is the quirky, the different, the “don’t-even-think… 274 more words

Book Review: Promised (Birthmarked #3) by Caragh M. O'Brien

Gaia Stone escaped the enclave–only to head willingly back in. When she and the people of New Sylum arrive at Wharfton to settle, she doesn’t expect the changes that have happened in her absence, and not all of them are good. 420 more words

Young Adult

Praise for Counted Worthy

Only three days left until the Counted Worthy release date! Last night I ordered copies for everyone who contributed to the Kickstarter campaign, and I’ve been working on some author interviews for the blog tour. 370 more words

Christian Walk

The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

The Book of Ivy is the type of story that others will love but admittedly did nothing for me. It is a slow burn romance with some dystopian thrown in, all burdened with world building issues/logic holes. 558 more words

Book Reviews

What's Good Inside: Chapter Twenty Of "The Crystal Ship"

We’re trapped. The river is at our backs. A steady stream of enemies are almost on top of us. I look at Sara. “Get the refugees across and to safety. 1,017 more words

Writer's Blog

ARC Review - The Walled City by Ryan Graudin

Title:  The Walled City

Author: Ryan Graudin

Rating: ★★★★

Synopsis: There are three rules in the Walled City: Run fast. Trust no one. Always carry your knife. 463 more words

Dystopian Distress

Why are dystopian stories just so appealing to us? Why does the end of the world and society as we know it make for such appealing material? 388 more words