Since Alice has made her debut in the world, I have learned many things. Some lessons have not been the best experiences of my life (case in point: #CSLewisCarroll), but others have been incredibly exciting.
One such lesson was the discovery that I might just have a knack for world building. I found out when my dear friend Rebecca Cahill asked me to write a guest post for her blog, The Page Unbound. I was more than happy to oblige, until she told me the topic she’d like me to write about: World Building.
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I don’t like to DNF books. I don’t know what it is, but there is something deep inside my soul that aches at the idea of leaving a book started unfinished. In fact, in my long relationship with books there are less than a handful that I can even claim as DNF’s.
This book justifies every single reason for that decision.
So, as you may or may not know, I was recently asked to join the ranks of the authors being featured in the 2017 #SerendipiTea Tour, a book blog tour featuring sixteen debuting authors from 2017! Since that’s exactly Alice’s cup of tea (Mad Tea Party, anyone?), I was super stoked!
Even MORE recently, I was given the opportunity to HOST one of stops on the tour, and when I heard who the author was, I literally jumped at the chance. Not only is she an incredible writer, she also happens to be one of the COOLEST people I know!
Who is this femme fatale? None other than my very own Pen Name bestie, Miss Amanda Gernentz Hanson!
It’s taken me a couple dozen years, but I have recently learned something about myself that I find rather interesting. It’s something that I’ve never really paid attention to, but the course of my life over the past year has completely validated.
Here it is: Continue reading
Can you believe it’s already February? I sure can’t! But ready or not, the new month is here, bringing with it the First Friday! And THAT means it’s time for another Author Radar! I hope you’re as excited as I am! Continue reading
Hello fellow book lovers! It’s time for another FaveReview, and this time, I’m diving into the world of self-publishing!
Now, I’ll be honest, I don’t usually grab for self-published books too often because I’ve read way too many that have left a bad taste in my mouth. More often than not, it isn’t because of the storyline, but rather a case where the book went ‘live’ before it was ready.
Paper Wishes is NOT one of those books. Continue reading
It’s a new year and that means new and exciting challenges to undertake. This year, one of the things I want to add to my skill set is writing book reviews.
I mean, I love books and I love helping people find books that they will love too, so it seems a natural progression, right?
I thought so.