BLANK MASTERMIND IS AMAZING AND I LOVE IT
But apparently I actually have to be sane for a blog tour. I first read Blank Mastermind on Rosey’s blog, writefury. It was a serial story and I was hooked. I looked forward to every Thursday. So imagine my delight when Rosey said she was publishing it in book form! (lots of excitement and gleeful cackling)
So, without further ado, here’s my review of Blank Mastermind, by Rosey Mucklestone. Continue reading
So we both forgot that the deadline for the OYAN novel contest was Wednesday. (oops.) Anyways, we both edited like crazy and submitted our novels! But all that editing left no time for writing short stories. So this is a *little* late. Next week, we should be back on track. 🙂
Also, thanks for all the nice comments on the last story.
I was challenged with the prompts above, and here’s the story. I like this one a lot more, haha.
Today I’m reviewing The Blood Race by K. A. Emmons… And wowww the cover. This is how you make indie covers.
It’s a work of art.
And the second one…. It got even better. How??? Tell me your secrets.
I’m reviewing the first one for this blog tour, though the tour is for the World’s Beneath, the second book in the series. Continue reading
This was a fun post to write.
I’m a picky reader. It’s very rare that I will love a book with all my heart and soul. Most books I read are just “eh.” And that’s okay, everyone has a few books that are just eh to them. The trouble is when a book that is just eh to you, is glorious, amazing, fireworks-popping-out of the page, the emperor-comes-to-visit-you-himself-wonderful to the rest of the reading world.
No one understands, and they think you’re insane for not liking the greatest literary masterpiece since Beowulf.
So, I’m going to rant about all the popular books that I did not like, in the hopes that someone else will be like me, or in the event that this is just hilarious to you that someone could hate these books. (Nobody kill me.)
Also, I’ve tried to keep it spoiler free. They may be *minor* spoilers, but nothing that would ruin the book.