I’m still behind with my book reviews as my reading continues to be faster than my writing. Lies, all lies: I keep getting distracted and wasting time with trivial pursuits. I’ve switched off my Kindle and shelved my next physical reads. So, I’ve forced myself back to proper keyboard work. Maybe the reviews will get … Continue reading
Created and hosted by the Ninja Captain himself, Alex J. Cavanaugh, theInsecure Writer’s Support Groupmonthly blog post is here again – and so am I, insecure or maybe just ashamed. Ashamed as my writing in June has been minimal: a few book reviews and my piece for the #JUNE #WEP/IWSG CHALLENGE – since the last IWSG monthly post. My … Continue reading
“Fleurs du mal,” Eve heard herself saying, and shivered.
“Baudelaire. We are not flowers to be plucked and shielded, Captain. We are flowers who flourish in evil.”
I was in awe of the writing throughout and discovered another wonderful author to follow. I could see everything unfold as we were introduced to the main players. The novel is told through the senses of three POVs – if you don’t count that brief tempting glimpse into the head of the Huntress in the Prologue. Continue reading
After choosing Elizabeth Wein’s Code Name Verity as my top read in 2018, I have read – well, listened to two more of her novels on Audible. I was not disappointed. After listening to The Pearl Thief, I moved on to another Elizabeth Wein novel – historical but not a mystery in the strict sense. … Continue reading
Today, I intended to review a book from my backlog – six are left from March-May – but I read faster than I write. Rather than add another book to my backlog and forget its essence, here’s my thoughts fresh from my head. The Frame-Up (The Golden Arrow #1) by Meghan Scott Molin By day she … Continue reading