If you’ve been following me, you’ve probably noticed that I haven’t been blogging as much the last month/month & a half. Partly, life got in the way; but mostly, I’ve lost the fun in blogging. So I decided to take a break. Except to post reviews for arcs that I had already requested/promised to review, I won’t be on here much, while I try to figure out where I want to go with this blog.
Get Inspired with Powerful Quotes from Literature Under some crucial circumstances when an underdog finds a sense of belief in his capabilities, more often than not, you find it relatable to your own current struggles or the hardships you faced in the past. Writing is an art using which an author can make you see it, believe in it, and also be a part of a world that does not actually exist.
You guys! The Rise of the Dawnstar, book two in The Avalonia Chronicles, releases in one month!
Shepherd & the Professor Most people take comfort knowing their family and friends will remember them after they die. For Susan Shepherd, “remembering” is bullshit. She wants an eternal shrine to her sacrifice: a book that never goes out of print. Shepherd served her country in the Gulf War, got shot while serving her community as a cop, raised an ungrateful daughter by herself—and for what? A diagnosis of terminal cancer and she isn’t even fifty. If you were in her shoes, you might agree that nothing short of national perpetual acknowledgement will do. She’s glad you feel that way; she just wrote a memoir and sent a flurry of query letters, hoping a publisher will memorialize her with a best-seller. After hitting Send, she waits not-at-all patiently for an editor to decide if her story will sell enough copies—that is, if her life really mattered.
Happy book birthday to SuperNova, the first book in the Heroes of Arcania series! This book looks so fun and I can’t wait to read it!
It’s finally here! Bittersweet, the first book in Sarina Bowen’s new series, True North features hot, rugged farmer Griff Shipley, and it is yet another favorite book by Bowen.