Latinx Heritage Month runs through September 15-October 15 and in preparation I made a compilation of titles by Latinx writers of Sci-Fi & Fantasy. I thought it’d be appropriate you know since I too write this genre. Are you ready for some ass kicking heroines, environmental catastrophes, lost kingdoms, escaped demons, young scientists, accidental powers … More Latinx Heritage Month Sci-Fi & Fantasy
THE AU PAIRS: I could not put this book down! It’s one of my favorites this year. I enjoyed Emma Rous writing style, it’s descriptive and mysterious wanting you to continue reading. The story begins with siblings Edwin, Seraphine and Danny (the latter are twins) cleaning out their parents … More Review: The Au Pairs-Emma Rous
I have a confession to make: I’m a planner…well sort of…I use a planner a lot. I probably started using since high school ‘officially’ although I remember writing things down in a plain notebook long before then. Keeping track of important dates, appointments, things that need to be done doesn’t excite me as much as … More Bookish Finds: PlotYourWork
Every time I read anything by Karina I always set a couple of hours to dive into the world she creates for her characters. In My Life In Shambles we meet Valerie who has been laid off from her job, and is convinced that she must try to just live … More Review: My Life in Shambles – Karina Halle
Today is the last day of Camp NaNoWriMo July 2019, and although this is the end of one writing month it doesn’t mean this is the end of your writing journey. I wrote a post for the NaNo blog particularly for this reason. Check out my post by clicking on the image which will take … More The Heart of Your Story is You
Do word counts matter? I’ve been going back and forth on this because one I think it’s important to keep a steady work flow everyday so that it builds up and doesn’t cause as much stress. This is where word counts and writing ‘every day’ come into the picture. BUT I’m also a firm believer … More Word count will you meet me halfway?
😍 I had so much fun reading STRIPPED by Zoey Castile. 😍Let’s start with our characters Robyn Flores, teacher who’s still trying to figure it all out and Zac Fallon who’s a male stripper. They live in the same building and of course first encounters are hilarious. This is my first Zoey Castile … More Review: Stripped by Zoey Castile
So this is my 2nd month receiving Marginsbox and I am in love. Marginsbox is a bookish subscription box that features Black, Indigenous, and person of color (BIPOC) Young Adult authors and artists. You guys, this is THE box that celebrates diversity in every single way. The box includes a newly released YA book along … More Bookish Finds: Marginsbox
GODS OF JADE AND SHADOW: Silvia Moreno-Garcia is an author I admire for her genre-bending stories. Her writing style immediately pulls you into the story and gradually lets you live inside it. It was so refreshing to read, the story is set in 1920s Mexico. It’s a fun, and engaging read, the mix of … More Review: Gods Of Jade And Shadow By Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Summer is here!! I hope everyone is finding a nice sunny place to spend these next couple of months. One thing that I look forward to during this season is the warm afternoons filled with the dwindling noise of the city. I like to wait until it quiets down turns into a serene breezy twilight. … More What are you writing this summer?