Progress, progress, progress. After a lot of work, I've finally completed the first draft of Orc Spawn - Arc 2, tentatively titled "Betrayal". I still have to go back through and make sure there are no glaring errors, but in the meantime I have the entire thing down on paper (or pixels, if you count … Continue reading Reckoning
An exciting thing happened to me this past weekend and beginning of the week - something that hasn't happened in a while. I was courted by a new semi-series of books and sent on a journey to find them and devour them. The books in question? Fangirl and Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. It's no … Continue reading Courtship
I noticed a pattern in my book buying habits the other day when I found myself running down to the local book and music store to snatch up the last paperback copy of Wolf Hall. Since there is a lot of talk about "discoverability" in this new digital age, this might be interesting to look … Continue reading What Is Your Book Buying Process?
Emergence is the highly anticipated sequel to Convergence, an exciting thriller from Michael Patrick Hicks. I will avoid spoilers since this book has a lot going on in it, so rest easy. Emergence picks up where Convergence left off, and from the very first page it takes hold of you and won't let go until … Continue reading (Review) Emergence by Michael Patrick Hicks
If you're a semi-avid reader like me, you know how cluttered a personal library can become. I'm notorious for buying up a bunch of books that I intend to read and then let them languish on my shelves for months and sometimes years. However, every once in a while I look up at a particular … Continue reading Books That Need A Second Chance