• Clean Historical Romance

    Book Review: Lady At Arms: A Medieval Romance by Tamara Leigh

    Genre: Clean Historical Romance You’ll like this if you like: (Awesome) Romance, Historical, Medieval, Gruff, yet Lovable Heroes, or a Feisty, yet Feminine Heroine. Cleanliness:… { keep reading }

  • You don't need a weapon. You were born one. Purple background.

    Writing Prompt: Born Weapon

    Read the writing prompt rules OR Participate in more writing prompts!   Write the next part of the story. Writing Prompt: You don’t need a… { keep reading }

  • Identity and finding who you are black and white fingerprint

    Who Am I?

    Here’s an exercise: Think of someone, anyone. More than likely, you recalled an image of them in your mind. Though the first thing we recall… { keep reading }

  • Book Review: The Reckoning by Mary Lu Tyndall

    Genre and Audience: Pirate Romance for NA (New Adult) You’ll like this if you like: Adventure on the High Seas, Time Travel, Bad Boy Turns… { keep reading }

  • Round chocolate stacked truffles creamy smooth

    Poll: Assorted Chocolate

    Participate in today’s poll: What’s your favorite kind of assorted chocolate? What’s your favorite kind of assorted chocolate? . . .

  • Checklist of writing things to do

    8 Tips for Curing Writer’s Block

    Fostering a creative lifestyle is easier said than done. In fact, you probably have a mile long list of things that need to be done… { keep reading }

  • Historical Romance

    Book Review: Mercy’s Heart (Book 1 in the ChristKeepers) by Grace Walton

    Genre: Historical Romance You’ll like this if you like: Tension, Heart-wrenching Emotions, Whimsical Heroines, Noble, Protective Heroes, and an all around phenomenal story. Cleanliness: After… { keep reading }

  • Old book filled with wishes and eerie stories

    Writing Prompt: Wishes

    If you need to, please read the writing prompt rules. Here’s today’s writing prompt:   Wishes. From front to back, the book’s worn pages are… { keep reading }

  • Chalkboard with Elizabeth Newsom's writing tips

    Writers’ Conference Tips Part 4: Miscellaneous

    Writers’ conferences are expensive—concerning both time and money, so how can you make the most of yours? With the following tips! Consider this your guide to navigating… { keep reading }

  • Snow White holding a glowing apple

    Book Review: Winter (Book 4 in the Lunar Chronicles) by Marissa Meyer

    Genre and Audience: Romantic Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Dystopian for YA (Okay, so I couldn’t quite decide on the genre…) You’ll like this if you like: Diverse, Multi-Dimensional, Lovable Characters,… { keep reading }

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