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Hugo Awards 2014 Thoughts

I’ve previously talked about my thoughts on the Hugo nominees. Now that the Hugos have themselves been awarded, I feel it is worth talking about how those awards went. 987 more words


The Heist by Daniel Silva


Gabriel Allon, art restorer and occasional spy, searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio in #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva’s latest action-packed tale of high stakes international intrigue.

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Book Reviews

The Invisible Hand

I’m fascinated and repelled by the idea of the artistic marketplace–as in “right now the romance marketplace is constricted in terms of historicals.” I say this sort of thing all the time. 990 more words

Writing Life

Dream Pop... Because It's Time You Knew

There’s this genre of music called Dream Pop. Don’t know what it is? Well fret no longer because your days of living in the dark are OVER! 257 more words


Love I Found In You by Jim Brickman

You are the air I need to breathe
the river of life inside of me
you are the half that made me whole
you are the anchor of my soul… 178 more words


City Of Love by Martina Mcbride

This is no
Yellow brick road
We’ve been travelin’ on

A river of tears
Washed us here
We’re right where we belong

We rode it out… 106 more words


YA Genres| A Deeper Look

So, in a previous post I talked about my plans to write YA Fantasy, Scifi, and Horror. But I didn’t really go into much more detail, and I’ve been thinking of how I chose my genres. 435 more words