Hello & Welcome to The Electrical Menagerie Blog Tour! Joining me today is the illustrious author herself, Mollie E Reeder, for an interview in which all of her deepest darkest secrets shall be revealed. Well, perhaps not...but on my blog, you never know!
Welcome, and prepare to be blown away. Not by me, of course, not this time, but by Unbroken Fire. My rating of this book consists of five full days of heart-eyes. Seriously. Those of you who already read and remember my review of Asrian Skies know that I very much enjoyed that book. Like, a lot. So when I tell you that Unbroken Fire is better, you will know that means it is not only good, it is fan-freaking-tabulous to the extreme.
Every writer has heard some variation on it: 'You need to find your voice', 'When you find your voice', 'Wow, I love that author's voice' -- what in the world does this mean? We're writing, not speaking, RIGHT? How can we be talking about a voice when reading is silent? (Don't bring up reading aloud, … Continue reading What Is ‘Voice’ And How The Devil Do You Find It?
Welcome to the Indie Book Tour, where I read & review Indie & Self-Published novels in an exploratory and somewhat secretive fashion. Today we are discussing Trial By Song by Alicia Gaile There was time for one last gulp of air before the vines claimed their victim and dark, fetid water closed over his head. Trial By … Continue reading Review: Trial By Song by Alicia Gaile
Folks, I was called out in public, and now it's time to reap the consequences. You heard me right. My awesome critique partner, Shauna, has challenged me to her newly minted Shamrock Bash Writing Tag, in celebration of St Patrick's Day this Saturday.
Asrian Skies, by Anne Wheeler, is a Science Fantasy novel set on the fictional planet Asria, rife with political intrigue, spies and the potential to become one of my favorite new series.
Ready to dive back in? You only think you are. Whereas Disowned was a sweet-talking mild-mannered introduction to the Allegiance series, Dissemble strides through the door of the tavern, half-doors swinging wide, spurs glistening, and a devilish tilt to its cowboy hat--ready to take on the world.