Pros & Cons When Reading in Your Genre

Most writers I know love to read, and for those who don’t… What are you doing? How do you expect other people to read your book one day when you won’t read theirs? It’s all fun and games reading until you get to your story and you’re writing, but something about it seems… familiar! You’re unconsciously copying another story but in your own version. Oops! Backspace… backspace. Hopefully, with these pros and cons of reading books in your genre, you can be cautious while reading and writing. Most of the points I’ve gathered along with my reading and writing journey. Maybe you’ll pick on one or two… There are quite a few pros and cons but I’ve narrowed it down to the most important. If you know

Book Review: Where We Begin by Christie Nieman. A thought-provoking read.

Where to begin (haha, see what I did there?) with a book that held such a vague blurb—it ended up making me shed a tear at the end. Not entirely because of the ending itself but of the characters, the rawness, the relatability, the racism that poured through this book, and the oblivious privilege! Gosh, another book that took me by surprise and made it to my 2020 favorites list. Seventeen-year-old Anna is running into the night. Fleeing her boyfriend, her mother, and everything she has known. She is travelling into the country, to the land and the grandparents she has never met, looking for answers to questions that have never been asked. For every family has secrets. But some secrets - once

Blog Tour Book Review & Giveaway!

I’m always up for heist books! It has to be one of my favorite storylines that I’ll never tire of. To include time traveling and other eras in it too engaged my interest! Once I read the blurb, I knew I’d enjoy it and read it in less than five days. Not bad to meet the date of this book tour. Thank you to Sky Publishing who granted this opportunity for me. Stay until the end to stand a chance and win a signed copy of The Milan Job! Meet Captain Alexandria de Sade, the proud and once loyal captain of Naviwerks chrono-ship #25. When she learned the truth about how the company was fleecing their customers she turned her back on the promotion they offered her, left the man she loved without a wo

Book Review: Humorously Done, You Were Made For Me by Jenna Guillaume

This was a fun YA Contemporary to ease the tension after reading such complex books. I took it more leisurely than an actual book review and finished it in a matter of days. The cover is just so playful; I adore illustrations! The day I created a boy started out like any other. Katie didn't mean to create a boy. A boy like a long-lost Hemsworth brother: six-foot tall with floppy hair and eyes like the sky on a clear summer's day; whose lips taste like cookie-dough and whose skin smells like springtime. A boy who is completely devoted to Katie. He was meant to be perfect. But he was never meant to exist. The book starts out as narrated by our main characters, Katie and Libby (best friends). I


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