Reading Wrap-Up: March 2017

It’s hard to believe March is over! The days go slow but the years, or in this case the months, go quick. I read 6 books in March, taking me to worlds with Napoleonic era dragons, another dragon who doesn’t eat the girls he takes, and a futuristic France where a girl meets a wolf. What is this madness? Read on to find out.

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Reading Wrap-Up: January 2017

I took a little hiatus in November and December, but got back into the swing of things in January. I dedicated much of the month to planning my latest writing project, and ended up reading several wonderful resources on writing. I also read a few autobiographies, which was definitely a step outside the norm for me. Check out my January reads below!

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Guest Post: 8 Beginner Blogger Mistakes to Avoid

quotescover-png-17With all the numerous resources you can stumble upon online, anyone can be easily swayed into starting their own blog without having any expert knowledge. In this situation, it is typical to encounter flaws along the way and be a little panicky with what exactly you need to do to alleviate the situation. Bear in mind that all bloggers started out as novice too and like you, they may have gone through some trials and errors as well.

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Writer Wednesday: Jason J. Black

WriterWednesday7Alright guys, here is my last Writer Wednesday before NaNoWriMo kicks my butt, but it’s a good one. Jason Black is the sci-fi indie author of the Titan Fleet series, available now. Read on to learn more about Jason, his writing style, and his books. Of course all the links you need are below!

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Guest Post: The Antagonist and the Conflict Between Good & Evil

adams-guest-post-1I believe that any good story should have a conflict. Finally, it’s very breathtaking to watch the confrontation between good and evil, the protagonist and the antagonist. And I wonder why novice authors occasionally underestimate the value of the last. In this paper, I’m going to shed light on these conflicts and consider how the author can use them to the full advantage.

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Writer Wednesday: Adelle Yeung

WriterWednesday2I’m super-excited about today’s writer – Adelle Yeung. I found this indie author via an online Facebook party, and won some of her beautiful bookmarks, which I keep stored safely on my bookshelf away from sticky hands and dog mouths. Her debut, The Starriest Summer, is the first in a YA fantasy trilogy (read my review here). She answers my nosy questions and shares an excerpt with us below!

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