Hey! Welcome to the first installment of Fangirl Fridays, which is basically the blog version of me grabbing you by the collar and shaking you until you read the authors I think you should be reading. The star of the first installment is the fabulous Melissa Blue. I’ve been a fan of Melissa’s since I … More Fangirl Fridays: Melissa Blue
Talk about getting it in at the last minute! I couldn’t go into 2016 knowing that I’d internally squeed about books and hadn’t shared that squee with the world. Here are some of the books that made me happy to be a reader in the last two months of 2015. A Midnight Clear by Emma Barry … More TBR Pile, What’s Good? | November and December 2015
So I’m still hungover from RWA (and not even from excessive cocktails!), which I still have to recap. I think my recap is basically this, though: This week I got to talk some writerly stuff with the women of First Draught (Julia Kelly, Alexis Anne, and Mary-Chris Escobar) as well as Lindsay Emory. You can … More Talking First Chapters with the Ladies of First Draught!
Happy Thursday! Thanks for checking out the last stop on our The Brightest Day blog tour. Lena Hart kicked things off with her post about Amazing Grace, her 1866 set novella featuring an unlikely love between a former slave and a Confederate soldier. Injured hero! Mail order brides! Love on a cross-country train ride! You … More Lead up to The Brightest Day: Let It Shine
Hanukkah Sameach, everyone! I want to thank Julia Kelly for being an excellent co-blog hop organizer/partner-in-crime, as well as all of the amazing authors who are participating in the hop. I’ve had so much fun reading everyone’s stories! To celebrate the first day of the festival of lights, I decided to write a short story featuring Sofie and Ivan, … More 12 Days of Christmakwanzakah Blog Hop: A Mitzvah