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Bunnicula (A Rabbit Tale of Mystery)- Book Review

Bunnicula by James Howe My rating: 4 of 5 stars Harold the dog and Chester the cat enjoy intelligent conversation, warm milk, and the occasional belly rub at the hands of their human family, the Monroe's. Their quiet lives are turned inside out when the Monroe family brings home a small, white bunny with red… Continue reading Bunnicula (A Rabbit Tale of Mystery)- Book Review

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Flames and Teeth- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Happy Friday. Time for another flash fiction. Today's piece is very short. I am currently on vacation but still wanted to share my weekly writing. Picture prompt comes from writing_is_my_anchor Instagram page. Need inspiration? Check out her page and take your pick! Please remember, these flash fictions serve as personal inspiration and not… Continue reading Flames and Teeth- Flash Fiction Friday

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Story Spin

Hello, creatives! I want to share something that I have recently been thinking about. A time when my muse was young and we were still only acquaintances. When I mistrusted her and myself. ** I can recall the first time I realized how similar one of my stories was to another. It was heartache. To… Continue reading Story Spin

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The Eye of Fate- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Another Friday, another Flash Fiction. Today's picture prompt comes from Pinterest. I'm sorry, I do not know who the original photo is of or who took it. But how awesome is that makeup? This is a future scene of my WIP after the book takes place. Not that I am planning on a… Continue reading The Eye of Fate- Flash Fiction Friday

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No Ordinary Star- Book Review

No Ordinary Star by M.C. Frank My rating: 5 of 5 stars They say, 'don't judge a book by its cover'. But in the case of No Ordinary Star, please do! M.C. Frank has written an astounding dystopian fantasy that immerses you completely, but instead of drowning in her words, you swim amongst this futuristic… Continue reading No Ordinary Star- Book Review

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The Silver Bullet- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Happy Friday. I am so excited to share today's flash fiction with you. I was so pleased and surprised at how this one turned out. Honestly, I did not see that coming. Today's picture prompt comes from uninspiredwriters Instagram page. She seriously knows how to inspire me, so thanks M for helping out… Continue reading The Silver Bullet- Flash Fiction Friday

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The Lonely Writer Needs a Friend

Writing is many forms of release, each one dependent upon the writer. We often write to feel connected to others, but writing is also a lonely art. We want to jump for joy and shout when we burst through writer's block and come out triumphant. We want to celebrate the proud moment we fill those… Continue reading The Lonely Writer Needs a Friend

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Rise of the Sparrows – Book Review

Rise of the Sparrows by Sarina Langer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Sarina Langer’s Rise of the Sparrows drew me in and demanded my attention until the final word. Her prologue alone is enough to secure her a fan of her fantasy trilogy. It is the perfect blend of ‘what the hell did I… Continue reading Rise of the Sparrows – Book Review

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Letter To My Protagonist

I saw M.A. Ryan do a letter to my protag on her blog and thought it was a great idea. Dearest, Aela, You must feel lonely and different. You wonder why you’ve been abandoned by the people who were supposed to love you the most. You choose to hide your feelings from those who truly… Continue reading Letter To My Protagonist

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Horns- Book Review

Horns by Joe Hill My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is my first book to read by Joe Hill and I already have him back on my ‘to be read’ list. His words are fluid, and I was quickly immersed in Iggy Perish’s life. Which, in the case of Horns, is equal parts good… Continue reading Horns- Book Review

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Winchester Manor- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! So excited to share today's flash fiction with you. I am trying to hone my suspense writing skills and hope I was able to capture it in this piece. Please, drop me a comment and let me know what you think. Keep in mind, my flash fiction is meant as personal inspiration and… Continue reading Winchester Manor- Flash Fiction Friday

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Be A Storyteller

Good Writing Vs. Storytelling Hello, Creatives! Hope everyone’s words/page counts have stayed high. Mine has not. Netflix is not my friend! Sam and Dean Winchester, they can be my friends. 🙂 For those of you who read this, thank you for the support you give me on my writing journey. It is so nice to… Continue reading Be A Storyteller

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The Demon Prince- Book Review

The Demon Prince by Ann Aguirre My rating: 3 of 5 stars Most of me enjoyed The Demon Prince, some of me was disappointed.We delve into the point of view of Alastor, a Golgarian Prince who is also privy to his reptilian counterpart and able to transform at will. Against all odds and desires, Alastor… Continue reading The Demon Prince- Book Review

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Life for a Life- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Happy Friday. Can not believe it's here already. I am loving the accountability of flash fiction Friday, keeps me going when I would dearly love to kick off my shoes, lounge on the couch and binge watch Supernatural (because seriously, I'm hooked on that show after waiting so long to watch it.) Anywho,… Continue reading Life for a Life- Flash Fiction Friday

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The Man in the Mirror- (not so) Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, Creatives! Hope everyone had a productive week with high page/ word counts. This one was inspired by a book I read where the story was told in other forms of narrative and included interviews and research papers. Thought I'd try my hand at it. It is a little longer than typical flash fiction but… Continue reading The Man in the Mirror- (not so) Flash Fiction Friday