Let’s rewind things for just a minute, back to when I was a pre-teen/early teenager and fiction was my life. I mean, I was flying through four hundred plus pages in periods of twenty four hours if I was able to do nothing but sit on my dad’s truck and read all day. My three … More A Moment of Pride for the Bookie
Dear Self-Published Authors, You wrote a book and decided to publish it. That’s great! Congratulations! But I know you actually want people to read it and get reviewers like myself (bah, who are we kidding, you want someone better at this than me–trust me) to promote your new book all over the interwebs. But there … More Dear Self-Published Authors. . .
The other day I heard a saying. I’m not entirely sure of where it came from, who said it, or even the exact wording, but it went something like this: “They say not to judge a book by its cover, but how else do I know which one to buy?” I thought that this quote … More Judging a Book by Its Cover
If you’re anything like me, you’re a complete fanatic over anything with a good story line that (might) last me awhile. However, because of my obsessions, I’ve noticed a few subtle differences between how we react to TV shows versus the same events happening in books. Love triangles In TV shows: ALL. THE. FEELS. In … More TV Shows vs Books
When Colin Leventhal leaned out his bedroom window on the night of May 12th and said goodbye to his girlfriend, he never expected it would be forever. But when Sarah Evans goes missing that night, Colin’s world unravels as he transforms from the boyfriend next door to the main police suspect. Then one year later, … More This Is Sarah by Ally Malinenko Review