Charmed Reboot

Apparently CW decided to reboot Charmed, and given that I’ve watched the original series more than once, I kinda had to check out the first episode. My reaction was…mixed. Positives: 1. This new show is unabashedly political, taking on #metoo with almost brutal head-on force. 2. It also ups the ante on the original show’s feminist themes […]

Making Use of Feedback

If you are serious about becoming a writer then at some point you will need to show others your work and ask them what they think. When your pet project comes back, scarred beyond recognition in red ink, you have three choices: You can quit writing. You can decide to be a poor, misunderstood artist […]

Honest Feedback

One of the most important skills that a writer can learn is how to provide effective feedback. If you want your writing to climb out of interns’ slush piles and into the hands of editors, or even if your stories are ready to become great rather than merely acceptable, you will need to show them […]

The Rain Season 1 Review

I love a good post-apocalypse. I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen one, but I am sure that if I ever did, I would love it! In the meantime, I am hopelessly drawn to this genre. 🙂 The Rain wasn’t bad, honestly. In the post apocalypse genre, it rates far better than average. After the […]

A Plea for Help

  I am not sure if I had to pick a favorite Cassie Scot book if I could but if I did I think Frozen just may come out on top. But I don’t know as I have loved them all and would recommend all seven books to all fans of magic and the paranormal […]

NEW Cassie Scot Cover Art

I’ve gone with new cover art for the first four books in the Cassie Scot Series … and here they are!!! (These will be updated at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, Audible, etc. over the coming days.)

Stranger Things Season 2 Review

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead – nothing that will make or break the show, but small details hinting at end conditions are present. Paragraphs with these conditions are marked. The first season of Stranger Things took America by storm, bringing us a combination of 1980s nostalgia and campy horror. I watched it with everyone else and […]

Black Panther Review

One-word review: Boring It’s hard for a movie like this to live up to the hype. And Marvel has burned me before, so I wasn’t expecting much. Except to be entertained. And on that one, final expectation, Black Panther failed me. The plot to this movie is thin, to say the least. It begins with […]

Love is a Verb: Valentine’s Day Giveaway

All the rules and how the hop will work it listed on the Safari Heat site. Be sure to post a comment with your name and e-mail address for more chances to win the grand prize (a Kindle Fire HD 7″). If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, mention it in the comment for […]

Cassie Scot Cover Reveal

                                  Coming April 25, 2018! A big thank you and shout out to all the bloggers who took part in my cover reveal: Books are Love