Cardboard Castles by K.L. Young Genre: YA Fantasy Release date: May 17th 2018 Graye Castle Press     Summary: When seventeen-year-old Josilyn begins to see the fantastical world of her father's imagination, she can't help but wonder if he isn't insane at after all, or that she might be.Living in a crumbling cardboard... Continue Reading →

Review: The School for Good and Evil

The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars The School for Good and Evil is a classic fairy tale on its head, or so it's made to seem. But as the fairy godmother points out, the best princesses start at the bottom, and it's through struggle that our... Continue Reading →

The Great Sand Dunes

First off, yeah, it’s not the best panorama, but that’s what happens when you just stand on a hill and snap photos while slowly spinning. Might not be smooth, but you get the idea: BIG FREAKING DESERT! My family and I went for a three-day camping trip at the dunes last week and I’m happy... Continue Reading →

Review: Cry Wolf

Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs My rating: 4 of 5 stars Patricia Briggs is the queen of character. When people talk about character-driven stories, her books are what I think of. In Cry Wolf, she focuses on Anna and Charles, two werewolves that I met briefly in Briggs' Mercy Thompson series. Charles is an alpha... Continue Reading →

Recap: May 2018

Hello Fellow Dreamers! May brought about a BIG change in my writing career. For those of you who haven't seen my social media posts (and weren't called at work in the middle of the day because I just couldn't hold it in any longer) I SIGNED A PUBLISHING CONTRACT!!! That's right, I finally made it... Continue Reading →

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