Review: Ally Carter, I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You

This book is my favorite book of all time. You should see my copy-- you can turn to any page, and it'll just lay flat, because the spine has been cracked so many times. There's even a questionable substance that got stuck between two pages (I'm pretty sure it's the remnants of an M&M). Anyways, … Continue reading Review: Ally Carter, I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You

Tips for Creating Character Boards on Pinterest

Authors are weird characters. Sometimes, we like to see everything that's tucked away in our minds before we start writing. That is why those of us who use Pinterest create boards for our novels and for each of our individual characters. I wrote separate post about creating Story Boards. Character boards are also a great … Continue reading Tips for Creating Character Boards on Pinterest

Review: Karen Kondazian, The Whip

When more than three people recommend a book, you should definitely read it. Karen Kondazian's The Whip received many positive words from others, so I thought I'd give it a try. The novel tells the story of the legendary Charley Parkhurst, who, as a woman, left her northeast town after her former slave husband and their child … Continue reading Review: Karen Kondazian, The Whip