I have news! I’ve signed up to be one of the sponsors for the Night Owl Reviews Winter Wonderland Scavenger Hunt 😀
I’ve been wanting to start writing more in-depth book reviews here, and what better way to start the ball rolling than with A.E. Ash‘s Temporary Duty Assignment, brought to you by Book Smugglers Publishing 🙂
Disclaimer 1: Yes, A.E. is my writing bestie—but I wouldn’t write a review like this if I didn’t love the piece 🙂
Disclaimer 2: I should probably also share that I have a degree in literary analysis. I love thinking about what I read almost as much as the reading itself ❤ I’ll try to keep from going down too many rabbit holes with you 🙂
Let’s get to it!
One of the things I love about A.E.’s works is that she usually hits me right in the feels. We’ve talked about it before—how I am weirdly synchronized to her works and really “get it” a lot more than some. (Writers, this is what it looks like when you find an “ideal reader”, and if you can find that in someone who is also a close friend, you are very, very blessed). Continue reading “Book Review — “Temporary Duty Assignment””
The only thing I love more than writing books is talking about writing books 🙂 Really, my favorite thing to talk about is stories in general.
Nothing gets under my skin and into my heart quite like stories told through books. I want to know what friends are reading and why. What they love and hate about the stories that capture their attention. Continue reading “Reviews Don’t Have to be Fancy”
I’ve been known to get a sunburn within minutes when I go outside at the wrong time of year. Living in Florida for several years when I was a tween made it challenging for me to spend time outside. During one of those years, I decided that I was going to read 300 books. That would fill my time and keep me occupied indoors.
What I’m happy about this week: binge-reading Faith Hunter’s Jane Yellowrock series.
Have you read these yet? Because seriously, Ms. Hunter knows how to write.