Note: I received an advance reader copy of Odd Spirits from the author in exchange for a book review. It takes a lot of commitment to make a marriage between a ceremonial magician and a chaos witch work, but when a malevolent entity takes up residence in Rhys and Moira’s home, their love will be … Continue reading Book Review: Odd Spirits by S.T. Gibson
Hello, my loves! It's been a while, hasn't it? Over a month, in fact. I've read that in order to be a successful blogger, you should post on a regular basis. Welp. I have broken that rule many times. But the blogging gods are obligated to forgive my absence, because I have some pretty damn … Continue reading a few announcements (and a confession)
Due to my overactive imagination, there are some days when I have thousands of ideas for blog entries, article pitches, and stories. In the literary world, this is a blessing--but lately, it doesn't feel that way. Call it procrastination or laziness if you must, but it doesn't change the fact that I often feel frustrated and overwhelmed because I … Continue reading A Poem/A Prayer
As I mentioned in my previous post, I am slightly obsessed with the phenomenon that is Pokémon Go. Judging from the amount of people I see every day following Lure Modules and traveling to various gyms across town, you might also be a Pokémon Trainer--and if that's the case, then this is the post for you, my friend. … Continue reading Book Tag: Pokémon Go!
I have always dreamed of having my own library. You know what I'm talking about: stacks upon stacks of books, with ladders to reach the highest shelves and a cozy spot to curl up and get lost in other worlds. In other words, the kind of library that the Beast gave to Belle. And so, when e-books entered the … Continue reading The Death of the So-Called ‘Death of Reading’
If we haven't met--or, more than likely, if this is your first time visiting--there is something you should know: I love to read. I can never quite answer the question, "What do you like to read?", because I'll read anything. As writers, that's a piece of advice we constantly give one another: read everything. It's also good advice … Continue reading House-Elves and Children’s Tales
When I was a bright-eyed senior in high school, ready to take on college and still terrified of what I would find there, I knew that I would major in English. Well, why wouldn't I? It had always been my best subject, not to mention the subject I loved the most. My dream was to write … Continue reading Please Hire Me: English Major Edition