One of my favorite parts of being an author is connecting with so many amazing, diverse individuals. A lot of people assume that networking is only about getting yourself to the next level, but if you’re focused only on that you miss a lot of amazing people and lessons along the way. It’s important to … More Writing Tips from Lisa Vasquez, the Unsaintly Queen
It’s time to see what I’ve been up to whilst I was Nano-ing last month! No matter the time of year, this is a great read that combines family and the supernatural. As always, Raina Telgemeier weaves interesting plot with relatable characters. Read my full review for Books by Violet here! Also for Books … More Free fic, reviews, and all that fun stuff
I know, I need to get caught up, though this time I do have a decent-ish excuse. Writing has taken me away a bit this month, but I’ll get to that on another post. In the meantime, here’s what I’ve been up to: This tends to be one of my stress/comfort reading series, and it’s … More New Reviews! #manga #comics
Happy Halloween, all! Time once again to see all that I’ve been getting up to, and since it’s a special day, I’ve got some spooky stuff lined up. But first, if you’re looking for a last minute read that will creep you out, or one that will amuse you and not be as creepy but … More Free Fiction, New Reviews, & Things to Creep You Out
So today we’re bringin’ back the guest post for one of my favoite fiends, Emerian Rich! What would you do if you could create anything your imagination could think up? I don’t know about you, but as an artist, I’m often frustrated at the fact that I can’t create exactly what I see in my … More Guest Post: Dusk’s Warriors by Emerian Rich
Got some news in these here parts! I’ve updated the who I am page with better contact explanations and such – eventually, I want to convert to an actual website and do something either connected or separate for my costume work, but that’s going to take time and planning. Bibliorati has a new column … More Here, There, Everywhere!
Geez, I’ve been all over the place in the past week. I’m back at Books by Violet talking about YA graphic novels. This time it’s a title that focuses on gaming, family obligation, and finding your life path (with some questionable supernatural help). Go here to see my thoughts on Gene Luen Yang’s Level … More Free read and new reviews up!
A short one this week, since the other link of what I’m up to isn’t live yet. There will be a new flash piece from me for the Ladies in Horror project soon – I’ll likely have that to post next week. I’m also back working with I Smell Sheep to do regular manga reviews … More Stuff I’m doing
So I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend who celebrates, and even if you don’t I hope you had a relaxing weekend full of things you like and hold dear. So whilst I’m working on some more in-depth posts, I thought I’d share some guest posts I’ve gotten to do in the past few … More Guest Post Round Up
I’m pleased as punch to be bringing to you a book with a great theme and a great collection of stories today. You might even say they’re improbably good… (okay, yeah, I know, I’ll shut up and get to it…) Amazon B&N MMP Store Smashwords When you have eliminated all which is … More Theme is the Hairy Spider Hiding Inside Your Pumpkin by Adrian Cross