Review: Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon is the first in the Chronicles of Nick series. This YA zombie story is part of the Dark Hunter universe in which her other books also take place. 3 stars for this enjoyable fast-paced story about not killing zombies, but saving them. Read More

Review: The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong

The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong is the first in the ‘Darkest Powers’-series. A group of teenagers find that they have something in common, something other than the doctors say. Follow the teens as they find out more about the truth and how it affects them and their relationships with others. It received 3,5 stars. Read More

5 Tools To Plan Your Writing Life

Every writer struggles with the actual writing part, one way or another. Especially when writing is just one of the long list of things that you have to do. But there are a few tools out there that can help you to plan your writing life. Here are five tools that can help you. Read More

Review: The Gatekeeper’s Sons by Eva Pohler

The Gatekeeper’s Sons by Eva Pohler is the third book in the Spark bundle. I was pleasantly surprised by the Greek mythology theme. I don’t think there are enough books that use deities of old, whether they are Greek, Norse or another mythology. It only takes a short to figure out that the sons of Read More

On My Mind: Everybody Needs A Dark Secret

Everyone has secrets, but some more than others. Give a character a dark secret and suddenly they become much more interesting. Use this secret to heighten the suspense in your story. Keep the mystery alive until the very end. Read More

ARC Review: The Underwater Ballroom Society edited by Tiffany Trent & Stephanie Burgis

The Underwater Ballroom Society edited by Stefanie Burgis and Tiffany Trent. What started out as a fun prompt, turned out to be a wonderful anthology of enchanting tales by an amazing collection of authors.5 stars for the whole collection. Individual reviews inside. Read More

On My Mind: Why I like ‘Small Town’ Stories

‘Small Towns’ are the perfect setting for a story and many writers create their own town for their mysteries, romances and adventures. This week Tessa explains why she likes stories set in small towns so much, no matter what the genre is. Read More