Tag Archives: Fantasy

Wonderful Wonderland

Discussion Question 5

There are so many other stories out there- why Wonderland?

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Welcome to Wanderland!

‘I could tell you my adventures–beginning from this morning,’ said Alice a little timidly: ‘but it’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.’

-Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Isn’t life an adventure?

If you would have asked me five years ago (heck, even ONE year ago) where I thought I would be today, I could never in my wildest dreams have guessed what the real answer was going to be.

But before I get too far ahead of myself, let’s go back a bit.

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Paper Wishes by Spencer Hoshino

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 Paper Wishes by Spencer Hoshino

October Reads

Sometimes in the busyness of all my ‘writerly’ duties, I forget the most basic rule.
If you want to be a good writer, you also need to be a good reader.  Consider it research. I’ll be honest, I’ve been a bad reader lately, but this month, I told myself I was going to pick up my ‘studies’ again.  And I’m so glad I did.

It’s funny how you can go for a while without doing something and not realize how much you missed it until you start back up again. Now, I don’t want you to think that I haven’t been reading ANYTHING, but between school, writing, building an author platform, and life in general, I haven’t really been reading much along the lines of quality literature. So this month I made a conscious effort to pick out and finish a few good books. Here’s what I found:

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