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Party Games- Book Review

Party Games by R.L. Stine My rating: 3 of 5 stars Party Games is a thriller that will have your brain urging your eyes to read faster. This was my first R.L. Stine book to read, and I can’t believe it took me so long to discover a genius writer suck as Stine. His storytelling… Continue reading Party Games- Book Review

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Louisa of Earth- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Another Flash Fiction Friday for you. I have been so lazy getting these done. I have focused a lot of my attention on my WIP. It is going well, but I'm feeling the lack of inspiration that these pieces bring me. I need to start actively adding flash fiction back into my writing… Continue reading Louisa of Earth- Flash Fiction Friday

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To The Trees, Mommy – Flash (Non)Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! It has been too long since I shared a flash fiction. Sorry, but the fiction part will have to wait until next week. Today, I have a bit of non fiction to share with you. Inspired by my son's sweet pleas for me to push him faster in his swing. It is a… Continue reading To The Trees, Mommy – Flash (Non)Fiction Friday

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Knowing Your Character’s Personality

Ever wonder why people act and react the way they do? People have unique outlooks, unique backgrounds that mold their personalities. However, there have been multiple studies that break down and offer a glimpse into the building blocks of the four personality types. Maybe you don’t agree with this assessment. Maybe, you believe personalities cannot… Continue reading Knowing Your Character’s Personality

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Heart-Shaped Box- Book Review

Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill My rating: 3 of 5 stars Heart-Shaped Box has all the elements of a classic ghost story, and all the suspense to give you shivers. When Jude Coyne, a retired rock star, is emailed about a ghost for sale, his curiosity piques and he insists on buying the tailored made… Continue reading Heart-Shaped Box- Book Review

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Knowing Your Character’s Love Language

Hello, creatives! I want to share with you a self-awareness book. It helped me understand my characters and helped flesh out the relationships building between them. ** Humans are complex beings, so our characters must be too. You probably know the ins and outs of your characters’ personalities, what makes them angry, scared, happy. But,… Continue reading Knowing Your Character’s Love Language

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Vengeance Road – Book Review

Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman My rating: 5 of 5 stars Vengeance Road is a book brimming with secrets, revenge, and gunfire. A fun, well-rounded story that kept me turning the page until the end. Kate comes home to find her Pa hanging from a tree, beaten, a corkscrew shape carved into his forehead, and… Continue reading Vengeance Road – Book Review

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Wardens of Archos (The Relics of Ar’Zac Book Two) – Book Review

Wardens of Archos by Sarina Langer My rating: 5 of 5 stars I was overjoyed when Langer asked me to be part of her ARC team. Rise of the Sparrows was an epic set up to her series, and I was eager to know how the second novel faired. Wardens of Archos was everything I… Continue reading Wardens of Archos (The Relics of Ar’Zac Book Two) – Book Review

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My Five Writing Strengths

Hello, creatives! We all have weaknesses, and they are always the easier to focus on, but it is equally important to recognize our strengths. Today, I want to share five of my writing strengths. I would love to know your strengths, where you feel most confident. Let's chat, leave a comment. The quality of strength… Continue reading My Five Writing Strengths

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Dreaming Beyond Gaia- Book Review

Dreaming Beyond Gaia by Adam J. Osterkamp My rating: 4 of 5 stars It is rare to find a book that pulls you straight into the plot within the first few sentences, but Dreaming Beyond Gaia was one those rarities, an undiscovered gem of a book. This is an apocalyptic story that takes place centuries… Continue reading Dreaming Beyond Gaia- Book Review

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A Harmonious Life- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Happy Friday and that means another Flash Fiction. I absolutely loved how this story turned out. Ever just contemplate life in its enormity? Well, here is the product of one of those contemplations. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did while writing it. The picture comes from fleetfoot Instagram page.… Continue reading A Harmonious Life- Flash Fiction Friday

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My Five Writing Weaknesses

Hello, creatives! Today I want to address five of my writing weaknesses. This is not to put myself down or to wallow in the things that I need progress in. This was inspired by Kristen Kieffer's youtube channel series where she shared her writing insecurities, and also her strengths. I chose to do this so… Continue reading My Five Writing Weaknesses

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And I Darken- Book Review

And I Darken by Kiersten White My rating: 5 of 5 stars And I Darken is impressive, to say the least. White’s writing swept me away and transformed her work of fiction to reality as it played out in my mind. Her ability to write so poetically counters the ferocity of White’s main character, Ladislav,… Continue reading And I Darken- Book Review

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A Shepherd To His Flock- Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives! Flash Fiction Friday is here again. This one is a bit dark but it was so much fun to dive into this guy's p.o.v. This one is relatively short. Today's picture prompt comes from uninspiredwriters Instagram page. She posts daily prompts that are fantastic and so inspiring. Please remember that these flash fictions serve… Continue reading A Shepherd To His Flock- Flash Fiction Friday

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Bride of Glass- Book Review

The Bride of Glass by Candace Robinson My rating: 4 of 5 stars First, just look at that cover! Gorgeous. It is hard to determine if Bride of Glass is a horror story with a splash of romance, or if it a romance within a horrific setting. Either way, it is all around entertaining! Bride… Continue reading Bride of Glass- Book Review