Welcome back to the dangerous world of Lunnoor. Where Lannie meets a brownie, and hates him immediately. Enjoy! “There’s a brownie in Lord Gabriel’s tent.” Lannie plopped down on the … Continue reading The Tales of Lunnoor: Lannie and the Brownie
I have to talk about ‘O Pioneers’, or I am going to go crazy. Let me rephrase that. I already have talked about this book to anyone who would listen, … Continue reading Book Review: O Pioneers!
Fine. Since everyone else is doing it, I will to. I have been keeping track of what I read, and how much I liked it, since I was… In Middle … Continue reading Favorite Reads of 2019
This is the story of how I died. Also the story of how I can’t remember much about November except the fact that I have written so, many, words. As … Continue reading Know the Novel Linkup: Part Two
I love history, I love books, so when someone decides to write a historical fiction, I grumble under my breath and roll my eyes. My mother lovingly calls me a … Continue reading Book Review: Romanov
Did you know… Alexander Hamilton drafted George Washingtons’ goodbye speech when he was stepping down from the presidency? The Irish and Welsh were living in England before the people we … Continue reading Random History.
Hello hello! The book I have for you today was given to me in exchange for an honest review. May I introduce Jorgan the Sphere by Patrick Lauser. It is … Continue reading Book Review: A Foreshadowed Way
Who here has listened to Hamilton? Ya know, the Broadway show about one of our Founding Fathers that every one was obsessing over a few years back. Well, I am … Continue reading What a surprise, it wasn’t accurate.
Welcome to the latest edition of book reviews. Where I talk about a book that broke a bunch of writing rules and still ended up becoming a classic. Without further … Continue reading Book Review: The Old Man and the Sea
I just stayed up waaay too late finishing this book. Even though I was tired, even though I had work in the morning. I couldn’t put it down. I either … Continue reading Book Review: The Girls at the Kingfisher Club
Every year a bunch of crazy writers get together to celebrate their mutual craziness. We call it Realm Makers. At this conference they also learn how to be even crazier. … Continue reading The Fantastic Realmies (and books)
Whether or not you like Shakespeare, you have to admit that he wrote some great lines. Gems like; “To be, or not to be: that is the question.” “Frailty, thy … Continue reading The Death of Hamlet (and why I cared)