NaNoWriMo Prep: 5 Tips For Plotters

Write the outline Here’s an open door. As a plotter, it’s almost a given that you write an outline before you start writing. I won’t tell you how to write an outline since everyone has their own method. Some write extensive outlines which are longer than the whole book. Other write down one sentence for Read More

ARC Review: In The Vanishers’ Palace by Aliette de Bodard

An f/f retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a dragon. Aliette de Bodard writes this fairy tale in a Vietnamese setting and enchants the reader with her powerful writing. Read More

Review: The Gilded King by Josie Jaffrey

The Blue is safe. The Red is full of danger and death. Julia sees the Blue as her prison while Cameron is braving the Red to find his friend. This five-star book explores alternative views on vampires and zombies. A thrilling, fast-paced tale about love, loyalty and betrayal. Read More

Review: The Diviners – Libba Bray

I found The Diviners on a shelf at the back of the library. A place where I usually don’t go but will visit now more often. It’s the children’s department, but the young adult section is there as well (still classified as children’s literature). There are also a few shelves that house the foreign language Read More

Review: The Dinosaur Hunters by Patrick Samphire

Imagine dinosaurs on Mars with a Regency society. Wouldn’t that be fantastic? The Dinosaur Hunters by Patrick Samphire is about Harriet George who lives on Mars and assists her brother in law on a dinosaur hunt to find the grandmaster thief. 4,5 for this mystery. Read More