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5 YA Book Series That Don't Disappoint

I’ve read so many trilogies and series that start out with such a good first novel but quickly descend into vapid ‘oh god, I have two hot boys chasing after me, my life SUCKS’ shenanigans. 960 more words


Tawni O'Dell's One Of Us: Shadows Of Home (Book Review)

Psychologist Danny Doyle returns home to his coal-mining roots in Pennsylvania to check on his ailing grandfather, and finds himself embroiled in a serial killer’s machinations to avenge old wrongs in Tawni O’Dell’s fifth novel,  385 more words


Inspiration from "Back Spin"

One of my favorite authors is Harlan Coben. I read his books that feature the protagonist, Myron Bolitar, the sports agent. His prose is consistent and I love the protagonists sarcasm. 513 more words


5 Things I Learned from My First Writers' Conference

This last weekend I went to my first ever writers’ conference (The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in New York). I thought I would share some scintillating lessons I learned while there. 180 more words


The Writer's Digest Conference 2014 in NYC was Awesome!

I had a great time at the 2014 Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City last weekend. Once I signed up to go in May I revised an insane amount to clip my novel by a third and make it readable. 786 more words

August 5 – On Writing & Exercise

In his keynote speech at the end of the Saturday session of the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference, mystery writer Harlan Coben quoted Dorothy Parker, who said among other things, “I hate writing. 563 more words


Just a List (A Book A Week)

I tell myself I will do better at updating about the books I read, but I don’t.  So here’s the list.

39. The List by Jack Kilborn… 195 more words