• Historical Romance

    Book Review: The Rose Legacy and Sweet Boundless (Diamond of the Rockies 1 Books 1 and 2) by Kristen Heitzmann

    Genre: Historical Romance You’ll like this if you like: Saucy Heroines, Bossy, Brooding, Mysterious Heroes, Stories that Sweep You Along, Stories Where You Feel Everything… { keep reading }

  • Romantic ring forming a heart on a bible

    Romance—Hold the Cheese (Guest Post by Gracen Aldaya)

    I don’t care for a whole lot of modern authors. There are a few, but not many. My disdain for contemporary writers stems from a… { keep reading }

  • astronaut man in snow writing seamless stories

    What Interstellar Teaches Us About Writing Seamless Stories

    Recently, I saw Interstellar. I know that the science might not be entirely correct—it is science fiction after all—but I loved how all of the… { keep reading }

  • Awesome self-help book for teens

    Book Review: 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Teen by Sean Covey

    Genre and Audience: Self-Help Book for Teens You’ll like this if you like: Improving Yourself, Fun, Feeling Empowered, Having Better Relationships, and High Self-Esteem.  … { keep reading }

  • Lonely footprints writing prompt

    Writing Prompt: The Gift

    Make sure you know the writing prompt rules 🙂 Writing Prompt: For a long time, she only used the Gift when she thought no one was watching.… { keep reading }

  • Creepy, dark silhouette of a man

    Where Do Your Demons Hide?

    What does C.S. Lewis have in common with Imagine Dragons? I’m sure most of you are familiar with Demons by Imagine Dragons. If not, prepare… { keep reading }

  • Contemporary romance for adults

    Book Review: Splitting Harriet by Tamara Leigh

    Genre and Audience: Contemporary Romance for Adults You’ll like this if you like: Tension, Unique, yet Realistic Characters, Reformed Rebels, Motorcycles, and an Inspiring Character… { keep reading }

  • Genre poll

    Poll: What Genres Do You Typically Read?

                    Today, I’m posting my first poll on the website! If you have any suggestions for polls, please… { keep reading }

  • Grafitti on a red train

    The Meaning of Life

    Why am I here? What is the meaning of life? What’s my purpose in life? Will people remember me? All of these questions have crossed… { keep reading }

  • Dystopian Books for Teens

    Book Review: A Time to Die and A Time to Speak by Nadine Brandes

    Genre and Audience: YA Dystopian Novel for Teens You’ll like this if you like: an Original and Unique Story world, Adventure, a Thread of (Very… { keep reading }