“What Could Have Been” A sad smile as the snowflakes fall Is all that I’m left with as he turns to leave, As he drifts into the shadows And the darkness swallows him whole. What could have been What would have been If we’d had a chance If we’d had a longer life to share … Continue reading #poem inspired by The Falconer series
Today I'm hosting a guest post as part of the book tour for the relaunch of The Rise of Aredor series. The author is here to share with us how she manages being a writer while also studying for a degree in Physical Therapy, two very different passions. There is also a giveaway and book … Continue reading Anatomy Of Writing #guestpost #giveaway
This week I'm participating in the book tour for Hazel West's new release: Scars of War, book #3 of the Modern Tales of the Na Fianna series. Which is an Urban Fantasy YA full with mythology and folklore. I've been reading the first book in the series and enjoying it so far! Hazel is here … Continue reading Ireland Mythology, Guest Post & Book Tour
Both Lauren Gunter, and Rachael Ritchey tagged me for these fun questions, (thank you!) so let's get started! Rachael's Questions: 1. If you lived in a house made of jello, what flavor would it be? Any particular reason? My brain is automatically thinking orange. They taste best during the winter, and even though it's technically "spring" there's still … Continue reading The Blue Sky Tag
Today I would like to welcome you all to indie author Hazel West of urban fantasy, YA, and much more. First, her book's synopsis, and then the interview! Book Synopsis: Six months after Ciran defeated King Lorcan and instigated a peace treaty between the High Court of Ireland and the Goblin realm, things have been slowly … Continue reading Interview with author Hazel West
Today I would like to welcome you all to indie author Rachael Ritchey! You may remember my review of her debut novel The Beauty Thief last year. Well, her second novel in the Chronicles of The Twelve Realms series is finally released this week! And I'm very happy to be a part of her Blog Tour to … Continue reading Interview with Historical Fantasy author Rachael Ritchey
I came across this fun challenge on the wonderful Sara Letourneau's blog. To complete the 7/7/7 Challenge, writers need to share 7 sentences from their WIP (Work in Progress), starting at the 7th line of their WIP’s seventh page. But if those sentences make no sense at all, or you don't feel comfortable with them, … Continue reading The 7/7/7 Challenge!