Happy Day 19 or Quarantine! Lately I’ve been playing a lot of Minecraft, watching docuseries on Netflix, bullet journaling, and cleaning my house in an attempt to procrastinate at writing. Yet between all these introverted activities, I neglected my love for sitting down with a good book. I’m hoping I’m able to find my next bingeable series in Lilith Mercury, Werewolf Hunter, by Tracey H. Kitts.
I’ve already downloaded the first book in her seven book series on my phone and started giving it a read. I’m only one chapter in and I’m curious to learn more about her world of lycanthropes. I will admit, it’s a bit slow-going at first (most likely from me having a hard time with first person stories) but I think it’s got the potential to really pull me in.
If you’re looking for some extra spice in your reading without going all the way, this New Adult Paranormal series might be up your alley. Fair warning, it is a reverse harem so there will be a lot of suitors to fall head over heels for. Plus, the ENTIRE SERIES (not just book one – ALL SEVEN) books are on Amazon Kindle for FREE. It really can’t get better than that. So why not get them all and spend the next month stuck in your house reading?
It’s time for another book review and swap. This time, I’m featuring Sorceress Awakening, by Lisa Blackwood, yet another veteran Urban Fantasy author who has published several works for her series A Gargoyle and Sorceress.
This swap and review is special, because all revenue from the first three books of the Gargoyle & Sorceress series will go to purchase seeds and supplies for the propagation of tree seedlings to help combat climate change.
While reading the free sample of this book, I found it hard to turn off my editor/writer brain and let myself enjoy reading. There were a lot of moments where I had to pause and think of what I would change to “improve” the story. Please do not take this as a negative or as a reason to not give this book a chance – it’s worth the read! But I have a lot to say and won’t hold back on my honest thoughts and opinions. So, without further ado, I will dive into writing style, world building, and characterization.
It’s the first convention of the year! I’m excited to say that I will be attending the first ever Waycon held at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. The convention is FREE to attend and will be held on Saturday, March 7th from 10AM to 6PM.
As usual, I’ll be selling signed copies of The Art of Falling, commissions, prints, and buttons. I will also be selling brand new bookmarks feature Regal and Keir! They are sold separately, or provided free with the purchase of a my novel.
Learn more about the convention schedule here! I hope to see you there!