Musings, Showcasing other Creatives

Cirqueophile Meets Circus

Did you know that "cirqueophile" isn't a word? Weird, 'cause I'm pretty sure I am one. Okay, so I've been to the circus before. But my inability to speak to strangers, especially super exciting amazing talented performers I envy a little a lot. Umm, I always find some reason to not actually interact with them.… Continue reading Cirqueophile Meets Circus

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Megan Fatheree “The Half-Shape Child” Interview

This past week Megan Fatheree's new book "The Half-Shape Child" came out, and just last week you had the chance to read my fanfiction for it. Megan Fatheree was kind enough to take time to give this fangirl a behind-the-scenes glimpse of her story. Check out the interview:     ALS: Tell me about your… Continue reading Megan Fatheree “The Half-Shape Child” Interview

Showcasing other Creatives, Stories

FanFiction: His New Stargazer

Tomorrow my crazy-dedicated writer friend Megan Fatheree will have a new book out to purchase, called "The Half-Shape Child." It's a YA sci-fi romance adventure that'll get you laughing and crying and all emotions in between. To promote this book, Megan is asking buddies to write fanfiction (because who doesn't love a lil fangirling, amiright?)… Continue reading FanFiction: His New Stargazer

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Book Review: Rabbit Legacy by Ellen Maze

If you weren't quite convinced by my book review of "Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider", I hope this blogpost will confirm that this series is worth the investment. The mythos of Ellen's vampire world is crazy elaborate and believable, and you just want to jump right in (except, not literally. That might be a little too… Continue reading Book Review: Rabbit Legacy by Ellen Maze

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Short Story: “The Watcher” by Megan Fatheree

My friend Megan Fatheree has recently started a blog on writing. It's a great concept, using examples of books and movies on how to write plot, setting, an engaging story (and these are just her first few posts!) You can check it out at https://meganfatheree.wordpress.com/ Before you take my word for it though, check out this… Continue reading Short Story: “The Watcher” by Megan Fatheree

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Book Review: The World Split Open

Great Authors on How and Why We Write This is a collection of speeches (in written form) on how and why we write. I have to admit some of the transcript seemed odd to have been spoken - it made me wonder if it was altered for text or if the person who spoke it… Continue reading Book Review: The World Split Open

My Creative Projects, Showcasing other Creatives

Collaborative Writing: Apollo’s Prophecy

My friend Doble and I are collaborating on a fairytale. And by "are" I mean "were when right out of college, then she left the country to get her masters and we put it on pause, now she's back and we're starting it up again, but soon she'll be leaving to get a doctorate and… Continue reading Collaborative Writing: Apollo’s Prophecy

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Book Review: Rabbit – Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C Maze

What are the chances that Ellen would be feeling "givey" on the same day I'd be feeling "getty"? Well probably not that statistically improbable, but I am so glad that Lil Roni Publishers surprised me with the opportunity to receive this book.     While I wouldn't say I've read every Christian vampire novel out there, I've… Continue reading Book Review: Rabbit – Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C Maze

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Book Review: The Young World by Chris Weitz

I am thrilled to have received an ARC of "The Young World" by Chris Weitz from a Goodreads giveaway.   A plague sweeps the world, taking adults and children, leaving only teenagers alive - with the guarantee that somewhere around their 18th birthday, they will die off as well. The world is ending. And how would teenagers run the… Continue reading Book Review: The Young World by Chris Weitz