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A Brief Guide on How to Read More Diversely

In this aspect, I am a huge hypocrite. I am the number one fan of sticking to my favoured genres (sci-fi, fantasy and historical fiction FTW) and my favoured authors. 417 more words

Diversity

Reading: Fuel For The Writing Mindset

Sometimes just the mere act of reading a well written book has the impeccable ability to lift your mind and soul to unimaginable heights. It’s beyond amazing how another’s string of words or sheer creative writing genius can move you in ways that can shatter a bad day, offer a momentary impasse to life’s everyday struggles, or even sometimes just afford you an unblemished slate to free up and draft a few ideas of your own. 165 more words

Fiction

Book Review: Unforgotten by Jessica Brody

Book Review: Unforgotten by Jessica Brody

Sequel to Unremembered finds Seraphina stuck in the past, desperately trying to save Zen’s life after he is hurt trying to protect her. 142 more words

Book Reviews

Ghosting ~ by Edith Pattou - 5.0 Stars

  All it takes is a car, six teenagers, alcohol and a gun for a night out to turn into tragedy. Brendan (the jock), Felix (the stoner), Emma & Chloe (the popular girls), Anil (the studious one), and Maxi, (the newbie) all represent the typical cliques you find in the teenage world. 326 more words

Bell Eleven Book Teaser!

Environmentalists, unite! Introducing a key concept in the world of The Landskapë Saga!

Bell Eleven (Book One of The Landskapë Saga), out November 26!

xoxo N.

Amwriting

I am back!

Not that I really went anywhere, but whew!  I have been busy with my great new job and believe it or not, had to cut back on my endless reading.   490 more words

Young Adult