Goodreads Synopsis When 15 year-old Morgan is contacted by the advanced civilization of Lucid World, she has no idea what is to come. She is one of a select group of teens chosen to travel via avatar into a remote, and hidden technologically-advanced society housed inside a vast mountain cavern. Here she learns about an … Continue reading Lucid World Review
when you just can't find your way back to those things that you love? Having finished my novel Whose Story? and after having placed it into the hands of beta readers, sent it to agents/publishers and now having placed it online at Swoon Reads, I find myself simply without. And I feel without is the … Continue reading What do you do dearest readers,
Synopsis: Dreams Are Not Dreamed by Menachem Esse follows three years in the life of teenage Bryce and his aspirations to be a professional snowboarder in the face of snowboarding being forbidden due to a significant injury and the subsequent divorce of his parents. Favourite Quotes: “His heart was hurting now, as though someone were … Continue reading Dreams Are Not Dreamed – Review
Dear Reader, Today I have a very important question for you: Who was it that gave you your love for reading? For as long as I can remember there have always been books in the hands of the ones I have loved. Their love of reading passes from cowboys of the west to the forbidden loves … Continue reading Who Inspired You?
You may not know literary lovelies that I not only write this lovely blog for you all, but I have within the last year finished a novel. I have titled it: Whose Story. I would like to put the first chapter on here (a much longer post than my usual) for you all to read … Continue reading Whose Story? – Chapter 1
Goodreads Synopsis: His life was barely worth a dollar. He slept outside, on park benches, in stairwells, under bushes. Michael Gaulden lived in shelter after shelter across the United States. With his father incarcerated and mother disabled, he stayed homeless for ten years. From the age of seven to seventeen, Michael, with his mother and … Continue reading Reviewing My Way Home
I have a fun exercise for us today dear readers! One of my favourite parts of writing is coming up with the perfect names for my characters. I often find I cannot start actually writing the story till I have just the right names. The plot and key scenes will just keep swirling around in … Continue reading I shall call you…
I have always wanted to be one of those Aunt's where the nieces and nephews could be dropped off for a weekend of fun. I am proud to say that dream has come true since I have been lucky enough to be housed [while I write my novel(s)] by my sister and her husband. I … Continue reading Four days of fun!
Growing up I was never really a fan of people calling me anything other than my full name: Whitney except my dad who called me T.J. after my middle names Theresa and June. I was supposed to just be Theresa June sans Whitney, but at the last possible moment (my birth) my mom decided to … Continue reading What’s in a Nickname?
This Who Wore it Best Wednesday post is brought to us by a childhood classic turned Disney favourite: Peter Pan. I have visited Magic Kingdom in Disney World a handful of times (all in my adulthood) and my favourite ride hands down is the Peter Pan ride. From the soaring rooftops in ships to the … Continue reading Puffin Battle