Book Review: Flame in the Mist

When I was writing a review for this book on Goodreads, I debated for a long while whether it was 2 or 3 stars. Since, I think, the problem lay with me, I didn't ruin the rating of the book by giving it 2 stars. But, to be honest, it was a 2.5 star read…Read more Book Review: Flame in the Mist

The Day Tomorrow Fell In Love: Sweek Writing Contest Winner

I still remember the day my mother took me to the edge of the Garden of Eternity and said, “Tomorrow, you have to stop being mad at your father and planting fear of him in people’s minds.” So a month ago, I went on a writing contest submission spree where I wrote a bunch of…Read more The Day Tomorrow Fell In Love: Sweek Writing Contest Winner

Book Review: The Raven Boys

There aren't many books that I've reread because more often than not, I don't feel like I want to waste my time on rereading something I've already read. Life's too short for that. But once in a while there comes a book that makes me eat those words. Those kinds of literature gems are far…Read more Book Review: The Raven Boys

The Day Tomorrow Fell in Love

I still remember the day my mother took me to the edge of the Garden of Eternity and said, “Tomorrow, you have to stop being mad at your father and planting fear of him in people’s minds.” And I remember saying, “Then maybe he and Today should stop stealing people’s chances of knowing me .”…Read more The Day Tomorrow Fell in Love

And We Shall Be Good for Just a Day

In honor of being good and also some very special people I will talk about later, today I will be sharing an excerpt from my WIP. Why yes, yes it is! Note: This is a scene from the unrevised manuscript. The two characters who are speaking are my protagonists, Nikola (aka Lord Bysshe) and Lenore. Just to set…Read more And We Shall Be Good for Just a Day

Book Review: Letters to the Lost

I wasn't supposed to read a book today, especially not a contemporary one about loss, at that. What I was supposed to do is work on the third draft of my own novel. However, Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer came out of nowhere and sucked me into the life of its two protagonists suffering from guilt and grief.…Read more Book Review: Letters to the Lost