Tuesday, August 27, 2013



Finally, I finished something worth writing home (or in this case: a blog post) about.  It’s not that I haven’t been reading, just nothing I really cared to write about. 

Thursday, August 22, 2013


Guess what?  I've been invited to be on the team to promote the Imdalind Series by Rebecca Ethington.  No, I'm not being paid anything - I am just SO excited about the opportunity because if you've read my previous post {HERE} you already know that I think it's one of the best new series to come out in a LONG time.  So for me it's awesome to be able to help get the word out!

So, right now most of the major e-reader platforms are doing a promotion on the first book in the series Kiss of Fire and it is FREE!!  YEA!!

Check it out at Amazon {HERE}, or Barns and Noble {HERE} or Kobo {HERE}.  This is most definitely a book you should, at the very least, try.     

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Undisclosed Desires

I know that I’ve already written an awful lot about Twilight… but please indulge me once more (it’s kind of my muse and when I don’t know what to write about I always return to it).  The reason I had to make the pun about “muse” is because the band “Muse” is what I want to write about tonight.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Evolution of Fairytales


Once Upon a Time, in a land far away, is the beginning of many stories that we now know as Fairytales.  These are stories passed down through the centuries.  They have been adapted through the ages from oral tradition to written works by numerous sources.  Some of the most well-known names  begin with Charles Perrault’s Mother Goose Tales, then came the Brothers Grimm’s Children’sand Household Tales, and then eventually this type of story was called “fairy-tales” by Hans Christian Anderson.  

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

The Big "IF"


This book would have been fine… IF it weren’t for the last 5 paragraphs (yes, I counted).  But I’ll come back to that.