Hey everyone, long time no post, right? I’ve been busy at Graduate school with my assistantship and my new internship.
However, through these opportunities and past ones, I’ve learned a lot about queries and how to write (and not write) them. Below, to help all of you writers out, I have collected a master post for query letters. That is, a bunch of links to click on that’ll take you to other posts that give you advice on how to query. Read More »
Hey everyone! After a small break from book reviewing on the blog, I’m back with another one. This is a collection of science fiction short stories. Varun Sayal reached out to me about reading them through my contact email, and I was more than happy to oblige.
Author: Joe and Kasey Lansdale
Recommended to: fans of paranormal stories, and paranormal fiction fans
I was reached out to by Lauren from Smith Publicity to read two novels from their authors. The first one I started, because it really piqued my interest, was Terror is Our Business: Dana Roberts’ Casebook of Horrors. Written in the third person, this novel is very unique from others that I have read in the past. As an avid fan of paranormal events, and a huge fan of shows like Ghost Adventures, I knew that I had to read this.Read More »
Author: Will McIntosh
Publisher: Random House Children’s
Recommended to: Fans of political novels, fans of dystopian novels, fans of 1984.
To be Published on: July 24th, 2018
In a dystopian near-future America, Sam and his friends have been using their free time to work on a reliable lie detector. For Theo, it’s about creating a better world where no one can lie.
Just when they finish their lie detector, and turn down an offer to sell it to what appears to be a huge corporation, full of “serious people” Theo is murdered after Sam refuses to sell the device, so he sets his sights on exposing everyone accountable.
They now face a difficult question: Is the world capable of operating without lies, or are lies what hold it together?Read More »
Author: Tracy Banghart
Recommended to: fans of fiction, fans of feminist main characters
To Be Published On: July 31st, 2018
This book was utterly amazing and I need the sequel right this second. I read this book in one day (around 3/4 hours) and oh my goodness, I wish I could wipe my brain and read it all over again from the start. When Hunger Games meets Shadow and Bone, you get Grace and Fury. Read More »