Hello, dear readers! This writing prompt definitely had my writer juices flowing! I hope you enjoy reading it and as always I would love any feedback you might have. She crouches down beside his head and with her pointer finger and thumb stretches his eyelid open. His pupils don't stir, "Looks like it." "What should … Continue reading The Searcher
Goodreads Synopsis: The natural world was dead. Archaic gods and legends withered away, forgotten by mankind in their lust for industrial advancement. The Time Fathers of Panagea kept their divisions’ times in check, but they couldn’t keep the land from crumbling beneath their feet. Nicholai Addihein rules the Southeastern division’s world of coal, steam, and … Continue reading The Tree That Grew Through Iron – Book Review
My Review of The Boxcar Baby Goodreads Synopsis: The Box Car Baby introduces the character of AB’Gale Steel who was born in a boxcar on a train bound for Georgia, according to what her papa told her. Bishop Steel, a mechanical engineer for the Southern Railroad, found his adopted daughter snuggled in a basket of … Continue reading The Steel Roots Series Blog Tour!
Hello Literary Lovelies! We meet again for our regularly scheduled Writing Prompt Wednesday! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it. This one definitely felt like a story I might be compelled to continue on. I look forward to your thoughts in the comments below! "I don't understand." Escapes my … Continue reading Anywhere
Hello again my literary lovelies! I hope this post finds you well and rested! Last Sunday, I discussed with you some of the literary names I fell in love with from a recent read and review called Lucid World by Denise Lami. I speculated on how there were names I have loved, BUT was pretty … Continue reading The Pronunciation Name Game
Happy July 1st to you all and Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians (and to anyone who wishes to celebrate with us)! I was lucky enough to receive a copy of an AMAZING book by a fellow Canadian, Denise Lami, (review up tomorrow!) called Lucid World. It was filled with such great wisdom and … Continue reading So many great names!
It's summer time! I have decided to compile a list of books I think might just be perfect for whatever your summer has in store for you, whether it is by the beach, campfire, or just on your couch! *a good number of my choices are Young Adult fiction which can make for quick and … Continue reading Summer Reads
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…
Hello literary lovelies, I am back with my latest Writing Prompt Wednesday. As I mentioned last post, feel free to add-on if you wish or comment with something you enjoyed or thought was a bit too much. "It will be fun," she says with a smirk. "They supposedly have a mirror which shows you the … Continue reading My Eyes Deceive
Dear Readers, I write to you on this sunny yet chilly day in March (well chilly according to my standards which probably isn't very cold) looking to get to know you a bit better. I have decided to start a bi-weekly post under the heading Dear Readers. I would appreciate any ideas on naming it … Continue reading Let’s Get to Know One Another