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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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Star-Fire – Flash Fiction Friday

Hello, creatives This is another flash fiction piece inspired by Uninspired Writer picture prompt. I wrote this one fairly fast but I think it could develop into a good story. In the spirit of traditional fairytales, Star-Fire is more of a telling than descriptive or flowery prose. As always, any critique is appreciated. Please remember this… Continue reading Star-Fire – Flash Fiction Friday

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Wastelands- Flash Fiction

Picture prompts are a sure fire way to squeeze out some creative juice. This one was inspired by a prompt on uninspiredwriters Instagram page. But you guys should check out her brand new blog page, just click on the name! Anywho, all critique is welcome. Keep in mind that my flash fiction pieces are only fun ways… Continue reading Wastelands- Flash Fiction

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Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault Review

Quinsey Wolfe's Glass Vault by Candace Robinson My rating: 3 of 5 stars I received this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review and here it is.What a unique story! I love creepy, horrific stories that are cringe worthy, but too compelling to put down so you suck it up butter cup and… Continue reading Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault Review

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The Holiday Spirit (or whatever)

Hello, my creatives. I wanted to share another piece of writing. This is the entry to a contest I entered at the end of last year. It was a 1500 word limit. It's not my most impressive writing and the story has been done before, but I was still pleased with the outcome. I've thought… Continue reading The Holiday Spirit (or whatever)

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The Nightling’s Tale- Flash Fiction

I'm excited to share my writing on here. It's a place where I can collect and display the nonsense floating around my head. This is the first of many. This story was inspired by a picture prompt. I hope you enjoy and any and all critique you are willing to give is greatly appreciated! The… Continue reading The Nightling’s Tale- Flash Fiction

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Rebel of the Sands Review

Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton My rating: 5 of 5 stars Allow me to gush for a moment. I adored Rebel of the Sands and felt like it was a breath of fresh air compared to other stagnant YA plot lines. Let me tell you what I loved about Alwyn Hamilton’s debut novel.We… Continue reading Rebel of the Sands Review

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The Hundredth Queen Review

The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King My rating: 4 of 5 stars Whew, I read this one fast. Like a day and a half, fast. The plot isn't anything I haven't seen before: young protag is destined to do great things and save her people and the world. But I appreciated how Emily King… Continue reading The Hundredth Queen Review

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Blood Cure Review

Blood Cure by K.R. Willis My rating: 4 of 5 stars I finished this book a week ago but put off reviewing it because I wanted my thoughts to be unbiased. K.R. Willis is a local author and I bought Blood Cure in support of her. However, I did not want the reasoning behind my… Continue reading Blood Cure Review

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Creative Writing Class

Hello, my creative souls! I want to give an update on my writing progress. It's taken me a while to juggle all the new things in my life, all positive, and all writer/reader related. I recently started a bookstagram account, linked here, I've created this blog that I have yet to understand all of its… Continue reading Creative Writing Class

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The Deep book review

The Deep by Nick Cutter What to say about Nick Cutter's, The Deep?Hmm . . . I'm caught between saying I enjoyed it and saying it was a waste.Nick Cutter is a writer that I'll revisit indefinitely. His ease with words is astounding and so alluring that the second I start to read, I'm lost… Continue reading The Deep book review

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Moments Like These Review

Moments Like These: A TATM Novella by Jenny Bravo My rating: 5 of 5 stars Can I just say, WOW! Jenny Bravo has perfectly structured writers claw into me and won't let go. Her TATM series is thoughtful, heart-warming, and so true to life that you forget you are reading fiction. I know these characters.… Continue reading Moments Like These Review

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Travelling Circus Review

The Travelling Circus by Mark Watson I came across Mark Watson's book on Instagram, and the cover struck a cord. I purchased and read it to my daughter that day. The Travelling Circus reminded me of the stories I read as a child in the Dark, Dark Room books. Astonishing, yet slightly creepy. This is… Continue reading Travelling Circus Review