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Character Studies | August 2017

Hello ladies and gents! Guess what? Character Studies is back! I am so excited! Morgan’s blog, Studies in Character, is the best ever, and doing her character interviews always helps me figure out something about a character. Basically, Morgan’s been super busy and gone since the New Year (and hasn’t done Character Studies since October […]

Blog Tour: My British Bear

Hello ladies and gents, (*insert much applause, etc., hehe*) Today I’m interviewing Dawn Dagger, author of the novel My British Bear for her blog tour. I hope you enjoy the interview (and the included information about the book & tour).

The Incredible Adventures of Scruffer & Co. by John Serbin

Title: The Incredible Adventures of Scruffer & Co. Author: John Serbin Series: The Incredible Adventures of Scruffer & Co., Part 1 Genre: Comedy Setting: United States Publisher: John Serbin Source: from author (in exchange for honest review) Overall Rating: 3.5 stars The Incredible Adventures of Scruffer & Co. by John Serbin A self-centered teddy bear becomes real […]

Of Typewriters and Flowers

Hello ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to another post on my blog (*doesn’t know what else to say*). We have a couple exciting announcements at the bottom of this post, but before we get around to that, other stuff is happening. Which … is ridiculously vague, but there you have it. OTHER STUFF IS HAPPENING. Hopefully, […]

Reading Rants: Clueless Main Characters

One of my biggest pet peeves in fiction is Clueless Main Characters. You’d think this would be one of the things authors would avoid. But it’s not. Throughout fiction, we see quite a spattering of main characters who are complete idiots. I’m currently in the middle of Northanger Abbey, a book I absolutely adore. The […]

The Journey by John A. Heldt

And we’re back! I’m planning on posting Tuesday and Friday from this point forward, although there may occasionally be a post on another day. Especially as I need to catch up on reviews. The hiatus was nice, but it’s good to be back. 🙂 Title: The Journey Author: John A. Heldt Series: Northwest Passage, #2 […]

DIY a Cover via Canva

A couple months ago, Perry Elisabeth, a talented designer, posted on Wordquill, an amazing blog. Like, seriously, Wordquill has some of the best advice for writers and authors and a lot of fun freebies. No, that wasn’t just a random, general statement. This post was How to DIY a Stunning eBook Cover without Photoshop. It’s a great […]

Money + Plans for Money + Other Stuff

I was just thinking along, minding my own business, when suddenly, it hit me. I’m going into my last year of school. After I’m finished, I intend to get a job, save money, and take some community college courses for the first year. And … those are honestly my only plans. I mean, I want […]

I Am Sixteen (Goin’ On Seventeen)

Last year I did a post on my birthday which was mostly excited and random and unintelligible. I did some blog tags and then spouted a bunch of random ‘facts.’ However, there was also a ranty section at the bottom where I discussed how my birthday was going awry, how depressed I was, etc. And […]

Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt

Title: Hannah’s Moon Author: John A. Heldt Series: American Journey, #5 Genre: science fiction (time travel romance) Era: contemporary & 1945 Setting: Tennessee, United States Publisher: John A. Heldt Source: from author (in exchange for honest review) Overall Rating: 5/5 stars Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt After struggling for years to have a child, […]

7 Christian Historical Romances

I was just going to have this be a mini review post, but I realized the genres were kind of … exactly the same. So this post is ‘7 Christian Historical Romances.’ Hopefully you enjoy these reviews. And no, these aren’t any particular Christian Historical Romances. They’re just ones I needed to review that I […]