Jessica, thanks for inviting me to write for your blog! I’m excited to be heading to Rust City Book Con in August of this year. It’s going to be so much fun for readers (and for us authors, too)! This event is a great way for me to switch hats from my medical world as…… Continue reading Hello from author Jillian David and invitation to Rust City Book Con
Hey everyone. I’m back! I have finally been able to get back into reading which means I feel that I can finally get back into my blog. I am currently working on some blog post ideas so when I am recovering from minor surgery next week, I will have ideas to already choose from. I…… Continue reading I’m Back!
Hey everyone. We are 43 days until Rust City Book Con and thought an update and reminder was in order. This is the second year of the convention and will be taking place in Troy, Michigan (Metro Detroit) on August 4th through the 6th. The weekend will be packed with panels with various authors, and…… Continue reading Rust City Book Con 2017
I received The Intuitives for a review in return. I knew I was interested when I read the description but nothing could have prepared me for when I finally read the book. I have never read a book like this one. It starts off with an event that happened seven years before the book takes…… Continue reading The Intuitives by Erin Michelle Sky and Steven Brown
Good afternoon everyone. I’m just here to do a quick update about what is going on and the reasoning behind my lack of posts lately. I’m in my second to last year of college and it seems that I haven’t been putting in as much effort and work in as I should be. I failed…… Continue reading A Quick Update.
Hey everyone, I know this is being posted much later than normal but I was on vacation all last week and had no time to put together the banner while I was gone. Anyways, here are a few young adult books coming out in March. I want almost all these books on this list and… Continue reading Coming Soon in March 2017
In The Fatal Heir, you follow the journey of Don. Beginning when he is just a boy messing around and trying to prove that a mystery man was real and not a figment of his imagination. To him being arrested and finding things out about himself that would turn his entire world upside down. Throughout… Continue reading Review: The Fatal Heir by L.C. Ireland