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
It’s been a while, but here we go again! This time I decided to go slightly zany. Then again, most everything is a little zany around here, so there is not much difference. 🙂 Continue reading
Superpowers are cool. And overused. I scoured the inter web for this list of little-known superpowers that will always be cool. (You’re welcome.)
So, you all probably know that a post of a similar name was already written: A List of the Lesser Known Superpowers. However, that post has since become the most popular Continue reading
Dreams have always been a subject of fascination to me. I’ve had dreams where I wasn’t even in them. Like no where in the entire dream. I see my dreams as movies, (albeit odd ones) and they can sometimes be good stories, both the subject of dreams, and the dreams themselves. Anything about dreams is interesting, movies, (Inception) or books. Which brings me to “Dreamtreaders,” by Wayne Thomas Batson, one of the most original trilogies I’ve read. Continue reading
The nice thing about writing prompts is that I don’t have to write the ideas I come up with. I can sit back and relax after posting the prompt. If the prompt catches someone’s eye, and they write a best-selling book, well, I can still claim a teensy bit of credit for the idea. Continue reading
Have you ever taken clean sheets out of the dryer and ran with them around the house like a cape? Superpowers are always a subject that is written about constantly, but I’m getting a little tired of the normal superpowers. Flight, strength, etc. So, you can reference this helpful list to see what else you can do! (gif credit: google, not sure originally) Continue reading
Has anybody ever wished they could be immortal? Continue reading