On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #3: About Unbound Powers

Hello Dear Reader! I know it’s not a Sunday, but I had a really big exam this past Tuesday, and I really wanted to focus on that. Fortunately, summer classes are now over, and I’m excited to allocate more of my time towards my writing venture. That includes this blog post, which I could’ve waited… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #3: About Unbound Powers

Book Review #13: Becoming Banshee by Kimberly Quay

Hello Dear Reader! I’ve finished reading another indie book, and it’s the debut novel of the amazing Kimberly Quay, so go check her out @authorkimberlyquay on Instagram. She’s an amazing person and fun to talk to, and she’s been really supportive of me. Anyway, let’s get on with it! Becoming Banshee is an urban fantasy… Continue reading Book Review #13: Becoming Banshee by Kimberly Quay

On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #2: Basics on the World of Card Holders

Hello Dear Reader! I can’t believe it’s already almost the end of July! I feel like only two weeks have gone by since summer vacation started, not three whole months. This summer has kept me busy because of summer classes, especially the one I’m taking right now, but not enough to keep me from writing… Continue reading On Writing Red Blood Blog Post #2: Basics on the World of Card Holders

Book Review #12: A Moment of Gray by B.E. Ruffino

Hello Dear Reader! I know. It’s been a really long time since I’ve done a book review. I’ve been in a reading slump for a while now, and I just got out of it. Before I start today’s review, I do want to say that this book does include some mature themes and very sensitive… Continue reading Book Review #12: A Moment of Gray by B.E. Ruffino

Book Review #10: Wards of Faerie: The Dark Legacy of Shannara by Terry Brooks

Hello Dear Reader! I’ve finally finished another book, and it’s a classic fantasy read by Terry Brooks, Wards of Faerie, Book 1 of The Dark Legacy of Shannara. I came across this book in a bookstore and thought it would be a good read, and it really was! While it was a really good read,… Continue reading Book Review #10: Wards of Faerie: The Dark Legacy of Shannara by Terry Brooks

Book Review #9: Running with Shadows by Kaitlyn Keller

Hello Dear Reader! This book review is on Running with Shadows by Kaitlyn Keller, which is available on Amazon! I received the ebook version from Kaitlyn herself, and I am really glad I got the opportunity to read it, because I absolutely enjoyed! So, if you want to check her out, her Instagram handle is… Continue reading Book Review #9: Running with Shadows by Kaitlyn Keller

Book Review #8: Sword of the Rightful King by Jane Yolen

Hello Dear Reader! Happy Mother’s Day! I hope you and your family—especially your wonderful mom—have fun on this fantastic Mother’s Day weekend. I know we will, since we’ll be eating some delicious food for lunch and dinner. This week’s book review is on Jane Yolen’s Sword of the Rightful King, a tale about King Arthur.… Continue reading Book Review #8: Sword of the Rightful King by Jane Yolen

Book Review #7: Fire by Kristin Cashore

Hello Dear Reader! It’s been a long while since the last book review because of finals and just all the chaos surrounding the end of the semester, but I’m back! This week’s book review is on Fire by Kristin Cashore, a companion story to her other book, Graceling, which I will be searching for because… Continue reading Book Review #7: Fire by Kristin Cashore

On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #4: The Hardest Part about Writing This Book

Hello dear reader! We are less than a month away from Gray Heart’s release! Woo! I know I didn’t post another update to this series last week, but I do hope you enjoyed the book review I posted along with the other scene from Gray Heart uploaded on April 1st. If you haven’t read them… Continue reading On Writing Gray Heart Blog Post #4: The Hardest Part about Writing This Book

Book Review #5: Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale

Hello Dear Reader! I hope you all have been practicing all recommended actions in order to protect yourself and others from getting the virus. Being a shut-in has been tough, but thankfully I still have online classes, this blog, writing, and reading books to keep me busy. Not to mention I’ll also be able to… Continue reading Book Review #5: Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale