To be fair, I do not know how I should begin. I suppose I could start with the basics and work my way around that. It is a tightly wound spring, but I might be able to loosen it. For the longest time, I hated my name. Casia is not the easiest name to pronounce.… Continue reading My Monthly TBR: May
Format Paperback | 376 pagesPublication date 21 Apr 2020Publisher Vesuvian BooksLanguage EnglishPraise for ISAN Series"Addictive and impossible to put it down!" —Addison Moore, New York Times Bestselling Author“Captivating from the very beginning, this sci-fi novel explores issues of autonomy and survival in a world where there are few remaining citizens after meteors crashed into Earth… Continue reading COVER REVEAL: GENES by Mary Ting
ISBN: 9780062835659 ISBN 10: 0062835653 Imprint: HarperCollins On Sale: 10/01/2019 Pages: 272 Ages: 8 to 12 BISAC1: JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Parents BISAC2: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Bullying BISAC3: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Friendship Praise for THE OTHER, BETTER ME“The characters are well drawn and believable. Cheerful Lola’s refreshing.” ―Kirkus Reviews… Continue reading NERD BLAST: The Other, Better Me by Antony John
Be a part of my author journey and grab one or all of these amazing anthologies before they disappear or it becomes too much. And believe me, it will. I have about ten more projects planned out between right now and the end of March 2020. HURRY! The successor to the Sidewise Award winning Tales… Continue reading Available in Kindle, Paperback, and Kindle Unlimited!
In 1947, Montgomery Studios is one of the biggest and most successful movie studios in Hollywood, churning out hit after hit and taking normal, everyday young men and women and turning them into stars. Once a year, Montgomery Studios hosts a contest through The Next Ingenue Magazine to find a new Hollywood starlet. The… Continue reading A BOOK IN NEED OF BOOK BLOGGERS!
I am a resident of Virginia and am always up for events that are going around locally. I haven't been able to go to many this year, but when I found out about the Suffolk Mystery Authors Festival, I couldn't say no. I'm a writer, I'm a reader, and I love a good mystery. I… Continue reading The Suffolk Mystery Authors Festival
To you, perceptive reader, I bequeath my history… Late one night, exploring her father’s library, a young woman finds an ancient book and a cache of yellowing letters addressed ominously to ‘My dear and unfortunate successor’. Her discovery plunges her into a world she never dreamed of – a labyrinth where the secrets of… Continue reading Book Eighty-Nine of 2014: The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova
On top of my day to day life of tackling a two year old and working on my Young Adult Paranormal book, I am working towards other writing projects. I just finished a short story for a literary journal which I mentioned before. It's not my usual genre of writing, but one beta reader loved… Continue reading Contests and Serials
Lord Adam Calthorpe had been rash in his promise to look out for a fellow soldier's sister who was killed at waterloo. Miss Katherine Payne was a golden eyed shrew who took genuine delight in flouting Adam's authority at every turn. One of my favorite books of all time is PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by… Continue reading Book Twenty-One of 2012: LORD CALTHORPE’S PROMISE by Sylvia Andrew
"BELLA?" Edward's soft voice came from behind me. I turned to see him spring lightly up the porch steps, his hair windblown from running. He pulled me into his arms at once, just like he had in the parking lot, and kissed me again. This kiss frightened me. There was too much tension, too strong an edge… Continue reading Book Fourteen of 2012: ECLIPSE by Stephenie Meyer