So this was an idea I had about half way through reading this book. So I probably had more thoughts than this, but because I wasn’t actively making note of them, I don’t remember what they were. A couple got tossed in there, but most of them are from second half on. So needless to… Continue reading 23 Thoughts I Had While Reading Turtles All The Way Down (Spoilers)
Happy Saturday! There’s been so much new music coming out lately that I feel behind, despite spending my whole day around music. (Guess who still hasn’t listened to the new Taylor Swift album?) But never the less, I’ve found something to share with you guys. Language warning for this song, as a heads up. I… Continue reading Saturday Song: World Gone Mad by Bastille
I’ve known that audiobooks have existed forever. My sister and I had a tape recorder as kids, and there are quite a few tapes around where we had made our own of whatever books we were into at the time. But I never really listened to them. I liked the act of reading, and I… Continue reading 8 Reasons that Audiobooks are the Best Discovery of My Career
I’m probably going to get shit for this. But hear me out. At no point in this post will you find me anything negative about writing diverse books. I do believe that we need more diversity in books and that there should be books that are relatable for every type of person who wants it.… Continue reading There is More to Writing Accurate Cultural Diversity Than Just Adding People of Varying Cultures
So a few weeks ago, this little spotlight went up. Since then, I’ve had the chance to chat with the author, Roxanne Heath, a bit more about her book and her tastes in both literature and music, and I’m so excited to share them with you folks today! Let’s do this! Let’s get to know you a… Continue reading A ‘Smoke’-y Interview: Chatting with Roxanne Heath
I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. I love this little hobby blog, and for the longest time, I was happy with the system I’d worked out and the content I was putting out there. But for the last couple of months, I’ve found myself increasingly disinterested in the content I’ve been putting out.… Continue reading Time For A Change: What the Heck Am I Doing with This Blog?
Finding a dead man in the woods seems, at first, like any other routine tragedy. Burdened by a lack of scientific evidence, the investigation takes a much darker turn when a series of interviews uncover sordid details from this dead man’s past including a history of magic and violence. This story takes the four main… Continue reading Book Spotlight: Smoke: A Novel by Roxanne Heath