A Review Of Sanctuary

A Review Of Sanctuary

Kenzie has been training her whole life to become a Prison Guard on Sanctuary, a spaceship prison designed to hold teenage "anomalies", or people with supernatural abilities. Despite her best efforts through, everything seems to be going wrong. She's secluded on a spaceship with no access to her friends on Earth, her parents have decided to separate with her mom, the Commander of the ship, staying behind, and the AI system the controls the ship has begun to act up. But when the prisoners on the ship escape and take Kenzie hostage, things get much, much worse. 

Read More

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 7/13

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 7/13

Welcome to "Why I'm Not Writing." We all know that the only thing writers like doing more than writing is avoiding writing. So every Friday I list five things that have distracted me from my writing that week. 

I also encourage you to share with me what made you procrastinate this week by posting with #whyimnotwriting on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, or share in the comments below. I'll feature my favorites with everyone here. 

Read More

A Review of The Dream Thieves

A Review of The Dream Thieves

After their encounter in Cabeswater, Blue and her new misfit friends from Aglionby Academy, can't quite move out. Gansey is more determined than ever in his quest for Glendower, Adam is become more sullen and removed from his group. Blue is struggling to figure out how she feels about Gansey, Adam and all the events happening around her. And Ronan's dreams are becoming more aggressive and more vivid with every passing day.

Read More

An Interview With Jessica Blank

An Interview With Jessica Blank

Legacy is set in the 1990s in the Pacific Northwest against the backdrop of the punk and environmental movements. Ever since Alison’s golden-boy older brother Andy was killed in a drunk driving accident, her life’s been pretty rough. Her mom is in perpetual mourning, her dad left, and thanks to Andy’s hard-partying friends at school, her reputation is trashed. She’d been hoping to spend he senior year taking the path of least resistance, hanging out with her punk-rocker boyfriend Jeff and biding her time, but a massive fight with her mom pushes her over the edge, and she runs away with Jeff and his friend Dirtrat to join a Free State—an encampment of young people in the forest, protecting old-growth trees from being cut down by loggers.

Read More

A Review of The Bear and The Nightingale

A Review of The Bear and The Nightingale

In the freezing Northern region of Russia, Vasya lives with her father, the leader of their small village, and her many siblings. Although her mother died giving birth to her, they live happily and comfortably until her father remarries, bringing home the daughter of the Grand Prince of Russia to be her stepmother. As Vasya grows up, she despises her stepmother more and more and begin putting more trust in the demons that lurk in the corners of her home and around their village. 

Read More

A Review Of Fawkes

A Review Of Fawkes

There is nothing Thomas wants more than to get his mask, which will allow him to talk to a color and control an element of his world. Well, that, and stop the plague from turning his entire body into stone. But when his father, the famous Guy Fawkes, refuses to participate in his mask ceremony, everything seems lost, until he offers an alternative. Thomas can help his father kill the King of England and as payment, he'll get his mask and get rid of the plague. 

Read More

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 6/15

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 6/15

Welcome to "Why I'm Not Writing." We all know that the only thing writers like doing more than writing is avoiding writing. So every Friday I list five things that have distracted me from my writing that week. I also encourage you to share with me what made you procrastinate this week by posting with #whyimnotwriting on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, or share in the comments below. I'll feature my favorites with everyone here. 

Read More

A Review of The Life and Death Parade

A Review of The Life and Death Parade

Ever since her mother died, Kitty has felt like a guest with her foster family, the wealthy Bramleys that live in the castle on the hill. Luckily she has her long-term best friend Nikki by her side. But when Nikki, his brother and Kitty go to a party and meet a psychic who tells Nikki he's going to die, the world turns upside down. As Kitty pieces together what is going on, she begins learning about a mysterious organization, the Life and Death Parade.

Read More

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 6/8

Why I'm Not Writing This Week 6/8

Welcome to "Why I'm Not Writing." We all know that the only thing writers like doing more than writing is avoiding writing. So every Friday I list five things that have distracted me from my writing that week. I also encourage you to share with me what made you procrastinate this week by posting with #whyimnotwriting on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram, or share in the comments below. I'll feature my favorites with everyone here. 

Read More

A Review of Children of Blood and Bone

A Review of Children of Blood and Bone

Over ten years after the King ordered her mother and all other maji be slaughtered, Zelie still struggles with her grief and rage. She is persecuted by others because of her distinctive white hair, which marks her as someone able to perform magic even though magic has been gone since the slaughter. When winds up helping the Princess escape from her home, though, magic is awoken in her and others around the country. 

Read More