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Reviews, II

Welcome to ‘Reviews’, the segment where I review stories I’ve read recently with varying degrees of detail and inanity. Read on to see what I’ve been enjoying and upon which writer the most illustrious and highly coveted 🏆 emoji for ‘The Best Damn Thing I Damn Did Read’ has been bestowed. 1,230 more words

Short Story Characterization: 6 MORE Tricks That'll Make Your Character's Ink Bleed Red

Here are 6 more advanced “tricks” for short story characterization

Here are the first six, which included:

  1. Combining characters who serve the same function in the story.
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Green Lanterns Vol. 3: Polarity

Publisher: Marvel
Released: September 19th 2017
Received: NetGalley
Issues: Green Lanterns 15-21

I received a copy of Green Lanterns Vol. 3: Polarity from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. 789 more words



By cyclical turns,
opiate visions seal clouds–
Siren’s acid reign.
John Biscello

Let's Talk: My Literary Universe

My literary universe sounds a bit over the top but all my stories are within the same universe from Happily Ever After to Beyond the Void to Huntress of Destiny they exist within the same universe, they have the same laws and the same Gods. 544 more words

1000 Words Or Less

From Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon

Although I keep saying I’m tired of World War II books, I still find many that I like, and this was one of those.  It is a beautifully written story set in Italy and revolves around two central characters:  Batshever “Eva” Rosselli, an Italian Jew, and Angelo Bianco, a Catholic who becomes a priest.   127 more words


Lady Stuff: Secrets to Being a Woman by Loryn Brantz

Publisher: Andrew McMeel Publishing
Release: September 26th 2017
Received: Net Galley

I received a copy of Lady Stuff: Secrets for Being a Woman from Net Galley in exchange for a fair and honest review. 211 more words