Book Review #31: The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M.H. Boroson

Hello Dear Reader! This week, I have a traditionally published book for you, and it’s called The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M.H. Boroson. This book is a very unique blend of historical fiction, magic, action and adventure, and Chinese folklore, all pulled together and narrated by main character Xian Li-lin, a young woman and… Continue reading Book Review #31: The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M.H. Boroson

Book Review #28: Of Crimson Threads and Saffron Leaves by Maya Walker

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to another book review, which is my first book review on a collection of short stories! Of Crimson Threads and Saffron Leaves is Maya Walker’s debut novella, and I really had a good time reading it! If you want to check this indie author out, you can find her @mayahelen2. Her… Continue reading Book Review #28: Of Crimson Threads and Saffron Leaves by Maya Walker

Book Review #25: The Mist Keeper’s Apprentice by E.S. Barrison

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to another book review. This one is another indie book written by E.S. Barrison, who is an amazing person and very active on her Instagram @esbarrison_writing, so be sure to check her out after this review, especially if you think this book is for you! This review is on The Mist… Continue reading Book Review #25: The Mist Keeper’s Apprentice by E.S. Barrison

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #11: The One Thing I Hated About Writing This Book

Hello Dear Reader! There’s less than two weeks left until the release of Card Holders: Red Blood, and I hope you’re as excited as I am about it finally coming out! This will be the second-to-last blog post for this series, which will be coming to a sad end next Sunday. For today, I’ll be… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #11: The One Thing I Hated About Writing This Book

Book Review #24: Never Talk to Strangers by T.L. Hanigan

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to the first book review of 2021! Never Talk to Strangers is a book that carries a super important message, and that is to always be careful when talking to strangers online. I believe this book did a good job of what can happen if someone isn’t careful about who they… Continue reading Book Review #24: Never Talk to Strangers by T.L. Hanigan

Book Review #23: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

Hello Dear Reader! Welcome to the first book review of 2021! I am really excited and also very anxious for what this year will bring, so for now I’m just gonna take it one day at a time. Today brings a book review of a novel I finished several days ago and enjoyed a lot!… Continue reading Book Review #23: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

Book Review #22: A Grim Affair by Rachel Stanley

Hello Dear Reader! I have an indie read for you today, and it’s something I haven’t quite encountered before, so it was super interesting for me personally. If you like my review by the time you finishing reading it and decide it’s your kind of read, I hope you find it super intriguing and a… Continue reading Book Review #22: A Grim Affair by Rachel Stanley

Book Review #20: Aden The Beginning: The Bartarino Legacy Book 1 by Tiffany D. Young

Hello Dear Reader! Fun fact about this read: The author actually requested me to do an ARC (advanced reading copy) review of this book, which is basically a super shortened version of this one. So, if you want to see the shortened version instead, you can check it out on Goodreads! Anyway! This book is… Continue reading Book Review #20: Aden The Beginning: The Bartarino Legacy Book 1 by Tiffany D. Young

Book Review #19: Highfire by Eoin Colfer

Hello Dear Reader! In September, my parents got me this book for my birthday, and after following my scheduled list of books, I finally got the change to read it! It is Eoin Colfer’s latest adult novel, so if you’re a younger reader, this book probably isn’t for you. Just to give a heads-up! The… Continue reading Book Review #19: Highfire by Eoin Colfer

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #8: About the Tournament Mentioned in the Back-Cover Summary

Hello Dear Reader! Is it really already the middle of November? Is it seriously this close to the end of the year? The year 2020 is coming to an end, and I along with everyone else am looking forward to it. Anyway, if you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I posted the back-cover… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #8: About the Tournament Mentioned in the Back-Cover Summary