Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Self-Pub Summer Review: Blood Price, by A.L. Wright

Hello again, friends! Before we get into the review proper, I just wanted to say that I really am sorry for the unscheduled hiatus. Yes, I have been very busy lately, but unfortunately I must admit that life getting in the way isn't the only reason why it's taken me so long to write this review for what is really quite a short book. It was also... well, it was also kind of the book itself... but you'll see what I mean soon enough.

Blood Price- A.L. Wright

Friday, June 5, 2015

Flashback Friday!

Has it only been since Monday that I last posted on this blog? It feels like it's been much longer than that for some reason. And somehow in that short span of time I've managed to surpass 200 followers on Twitter! I guess I must've tweeted something really amazing. In any case, you guys are the best.

So lately I've been feeling pretty nostalgic for my older writing. True, it may not be very good, but not all of it was terrible, and between cringing at my early fan fics and laughing at some of the embarrassing storytelling choices I made, my recent trip in the wayback machine has been pretty fun. It's been interesting and even inspiring to see how far I've come as a writer. So what better way to celebrate by putting some of my semi-embarassing old work out there for the whole world to see?

Monday, June 1, 2015

Self-Pub Summer: Fade to Black, by Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus

So uh, yeah, I kind of forgot to keep up with the rest of the 12-Day Writing Challenge. Oops. Maybe I'll turn that into a weekly project for the summer instead. What can I say, I've been busy. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.

Thankfully, though, I can now say that I've adjusted to my busy schedule well enough that I finally have my first book done for Self-Pub Summer! I think I'm going to be switching up my usually more free-form review style for these books to make them a bit more comprehensive; if you could give me some feedback on how this review format works for you, that would be greatly appreciated.

Fade to Black- Tim McBain and L.T. Vargus