7th Hell, bloganuary, cover reveal, fantasy, horror, science fiction, writing, writing challenge

You don’t scare me, 2023!

Okay, you do scare me, but I thought I should start the year strong. This month I’m taking part in Bloganuary, which encourages regular blogging by providing a daily prompt. Today’s question is: What is something you want to achieve this year? My answer is: Publish more books. Last year I got organized with my… Continue reading You don’t scare me, 2023!

art, David Rae, writing, writing challenge

Picture prompts for creative writing

Picture prompts are a fun creative writing exercise. You find a picture and challenge yourself to write a short story or poem inspired by the image. Author David Rae is sharing a picture he drew every week on his blog, and encouraging readers to participate by posting a short story inspired by his drawing in… Continue reading Picture prompts for creative writing

book review, book tag, magical readathon, reading challenge, writing challenge

April In Review

Book Reviews: The Girl Who Wasn’t ThereShadow SoulFood FrightThe Heart of Owl AbbasBig SmokeThe Waters of NyrAssassin’s Apprentice Kind Nepenthe Thornhill Blood JourneyThe Final Wars EndIt Calls From The ForestPax OversightFlesh and Blood My Life As A PotatoAn Untoward Bliss of MoonsDeep RootsLake City Way Ninja GirlThe Odyssey Author interviews: Elle Katharine White - author… Continue reading April In Review

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Camp NaNoWriMo Update

And so April’s Camp NaNoWriMo nears its end. I didn’t get much writing done this week because I’m busy preparing for my book launch next week, which is quite frankly freaking me out, and I don’t know if I have the fortitude to go through with it. When I say I’m busy, I mean I’m… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Update

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Camp NaNoWriMo Update

Another week of Camp NaNoWriMo draws to an end, and the final week starts. Is it just me, or is April passing much faster than March? Maybe it’s because I was very organized in March, and I’m swimming against the current this month. Maybe there are other reasons. Whatever it is, I preferred March’s more… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Update