As I’ve mentioned before, this is my favorite novel. It’s strange that it is, since I rarely read literary fiction or romance. What initially drew me to it was the historical and cultural slant, since Japanese culture has always fascinated me. But what makes it … Continue reading Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
I wanted to take a moment to try and sort out some thoughts because the world makes less and less sense every day. Please bear with me as I try to make sense of everything racing through my mind. There have been so many acts … Continue reading Where is the love?
Hello everyone (all 12 of you, woot)! So, it’s been a while. Yes, I’m still here, but wow has it been a crazy couple of months.
I had been told for many years that I should read this book. My mother would wax poetical about how great the series is and how funny Harry Dresden is. Finally, I caved and started reading, with unfortunately high expectations. Many spoilers ahead.
I’m pleased to announce that my first draft of Dragon Age: The Fifth Blight has been completed, and I accomplished my Camp NaNo goal. Camp was a fun experience and a great way to stay motivated to write every day. Some days were better than others, but that’s to be expected. The important part is committing to getting the work done.
Glass Sword is the sequel to Victoria Aveyard’s gripping fantasy-ish novel, Red Queen, which was overall pretty good. Aveyard proved herself a talented storyteller in the first installment, and I was curious to see what kind of trouble Mare Barrow would get herself into this … Continue reading Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard