Hey guys! So this is something a little different for my blog as it is TV related rather than book related, but I am slowly getting in to screenwriting and it has made me think about what I am watching more. So randomly added in throughout the year I plan on just updating you on… Continue reading What I am Watching Right Now!
Hey guys, So I am back with another review, I know we have been review heavy this month and that is because I have read a lot and want to get my opinions out there because I do have some strong opinions on these. The Wintersong Duology by S. Jae-Jones is based on a combination of Eastern… Continue reading Review: The Wintersong Duology
Hey guys! So, when we talk about editing, we tend to try and paint a rose-tinted image of the process; making it seem like it flows and comes naturally to writers. It isn’t. It doesn’t. And that is okay. As a writer, you will hit rough patches when it comes to editing your work. You… Continue reading Edits 101: Hitting the rough patches
Hey guys, So we have come to the end of the Series Crack Down Read-a-thon, which was a read-a-thon dedicated to picking up those sequels and making progress on those series that sit half-read on your shelves. I loved this read-a-thon. Now, since my third check in (here) I have not finished many books; at… Continue reading #SeriesCrackDown Wrap-up!
Hey guys, So a quick discussion topic today is all today with one of the problems that many author’s face; decided whether an idea should be a flash fiction piece, short story, novella, or full novel. For me personally, I find the best way for me to do this is to outline it. I usually… Continue reading How To Decide the Length of a Piece
Hey guys, I loved this book, the first book in the Greatcoats Series by Sebastien De Castell and I cannot wait to read the rest of this series. The Traitor’s Blade is a fun story that makes you feel like your reading about the Three Muskateer’s in a wonderful world of sword and sorcery. You are… Continue reading Review: The Traitor’s Blade
Hey guys, So one of my first epic fantasy reads was the glorious Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch; the first book in the Gentleman Bastards Series. This is a high fantasy with quite a complicated plot and a whole host of wonderful characters. Lies of Locke Lamora essentially follows two timelines, you learn how young Locke… Continue reading Review: The Lies of Locke Lamora