Travels, Changes, Plans and Possibilities

Life is crazy, guys. And I'm absolutely down for the ride.

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Top 10 Ways Not To Start A Story: An Interview With CS Taylor and Rachel Katherine, a Ghost.

Have I ever mentioned that my humans are weird? Seriously I love these two. ❤   Ladies, gentlemen, and aliens, we’re thrilled to have you here today. In this wonderful chat room, I have with me, Miss Rachel Katherine, who is an expert on nothing but knows something about everything. Hello, Rachel, thank you for … Continue reading Top 10 Ways Not To Start A Story: An Interview With CS Taylor and Rachel Katherine, a Ghost.

Writing Characters with Chronic Illness, an Interview with AnnMarie Pavese

AnnMarie Pavese lives in the mountains of Arizona, which were a huge inspiration in the creation of her novel, So Sang The Dawn. A former waitress and web designer, she unashamedly skipped college in order to pursue writing full-time. She spends her days writing, dog-momming, and mentoring other girls as they pursue their own writing … Continue reading Writing Characters with Chronic Illness, an Interview with AnnMarie Pavese

“Light the Dark”, by Joe Fassler

It's rare that I'll read through a collection of essays or short stories. For a number of reasons, but mostly because unless I particularly like a person's writing, I'm easily bored. I like to stay with a character for several hundred pages and really get to know them. Therefore, obviously, I'm more of a novel sort of person. That said, I've recently finished a collection of essays that I've fallen in love with and wanted to share with you. This book review probably won't look much like book reviews I've done in the past. Simply because there's nothing to judge negatively or positively. I'll simply be giving my opinion on the content that's there, rather than how I believe the collection could have improved.

Top Ten Reasons to Involve Others in Your Writing: As Told by Midnight in Paris and Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Gifs {NEEDS NEWS ADDED}

Many of us have grown up with the image in our heads of a solitary woman or man sitting in a dark room with a lantern or a candle, penning words by hand or on a typewriter, pacing the floors, throwing things and yelling when inspiration isn’t working, burning papers, you know the works.   … Continue reading Top Ten Reasons to Involve Others in Your Writing: As Told by Midnight in Paris and Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Gifs {NEEDS NEWS ADDED}

My Top 10 Romance Recs for the Non-Romance Reader with C.S. Taylor

For those of you who don’t know me well, I’m CS Taylor, Cherise, Tilly, or Bekah’s Cyborg Twin Who Doesn’t Understand Emotions. Therefore, I’m not a big fan of romance. CS Taylor was raised on the fairy lit roads somewhere between the backstreet alleys of Jackson, Mississippi, and the jazz infested avenues of New Orleans. … Continue reading My Top 10 Romance Recs for the Non-Romance Reader with C.S. Taylor

My Top 10 Romance Tropes that Deserve to Die {Or Live Forever} with Autumn J. Cruz

Trigger Warning: Speaks about Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey. I am using these two books as I know for some these seem to be some of the books people hate, but they are good ideas of literature that includes tropes that are unrealistic and some that are plain wrong to introduce to women and … Continue reading My Top 10 Romance Tropes that Deserve to Die {Or Live Forever} with Autumn J. Cruz