Our review of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes has been up for a week now. Just thought I’d share it here for you all to look into. May the odds be ever in your favor!
So Suzanne Collins’ newest book, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, was released ealier last week. Sarabeth’s only got a few pages left as of this writing, and I’ll be reading it soon, so look forward to a full review from us soon. I did some digging around on some of my older posts and foundContinue reading “Does The Hunger Games Go Too Far?”
A married couple in quarantine reaches out to others in the same boat.
So you’re a writer. Or you try to be, anyway. With kids and doctor appointments and work and school and your spouse’s psychological mommy-issues, you’re lucky if you can manage to write one paragraph in any given day. But suppose one day the heavens opened up, the school’s not calling you to pick your kidsContinue reading “How Your Personal Hygiene Can Help You Finish Writing Your Book”
As you know my publishing company Endever has just released two books in ebook form. One, a teen romance novel about a girl who falls in love with a guy after he dies. (You can check it out here.) The other, a mainstream novel about the Angel of Death, named Dee, who’s got an attitude and aContinue reading “Poll: How Can We Please You?”
I hope everyone had an awesome Thanksgiving and is loving the hustle and bustle of Black Friday. I wanted to drop a little tip. If you happen to be on Amazon, stop by and pick up my book These Great Affects, and another incredible indie book, A Deathly Compromise by Coral Rivera. Both are just $3 instead of $10 thisContinue reading “Books for Just $3!”
I used to be adamantly against anything that fell into the horror genre. Unless it was something by M. Night Shyamalan. Because M. Night movies are to horror shunners as Will Smith’s albums are to white guys who don’t listen to rap. Then I started watching The Walking Dead. And obviously, like everyone else in the Western world, IContinue reading “How My View of the Horror Genre Has Changed”