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Author Spotlight: Sonia Palermo

Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean romance is dead. If you had any doubts, buckle up. I got to talk to Sonia Palermo about her debut novel Hot Girl Summer and all things romance! Your debut novel is coming out next month. What's been the most difficult part of marketing your first… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Sonia Palermo

Author Spotlights

Author Spotlight: Dewi Hargreaves

Good magical day everyone, we haven't had an author spotlight in a minute, which means we're well overdue for one. Today I've got a treat for you! If you've followed Lost Boys Press or any human being in the Twitter writing community, you'll know this household name well. He is the cinnamon-rolling, bee-fleeing, accent-challenging Dewi… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Dewi Hargreaves

Tinder Highlights

Why I Gave Up Dating

My dating life (romantically and otherwise) skyrocketed during the Pandemic and I had such a blast, but after some time with Venus in retrograde last December, it flatlined. Mind you, this had a lot to do with my mindset on dating and relationships shifting. I liked keeping things casual, and only seriously dated one person… Continue reading Why I Gave Up Dating

Book Reviews

The Chest by Jackie Mojica [Review]

I had the great honor to sit with Jackie (in a manner of speaking) to go over all things horror. Unfortunately many life events threw a wrench in my plans of promoting her book and the author herself. However, I did get the chance to read The Chest by Jackie Mojica and I was floored!… Continue reading The Chest by Jackie Mojica [Review]

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Ebook vs Print Books

Let me preface this by saying, one is not better than the other. One form of literary consumption is not superior. I personally love audiobooks, which I'll also be including in this. Audiobooks make it easier to escape into a world not my own, while I'm driving or at work, where I'm alone the majority… Continue reading Ebook vs Print Books

Top 5 Friday

Five Questions To Ask Yourself Before Publishing Your Book

Publishing is a daunting task for anyone, whether you're going the traditional route, looking at independent presses, or you're steering towards self-publishing. Each of these routes have their own set of pros and cons, but I'd like to focus on self-publishing. Many people don't know this, but I've self-published two books before removing them from… Continue reading Five Questions To Ask Yourself Before Publishing Your Book

spirituality

Why You Should Make NY Resolutions in March

I haven't gotten spiritual or astrological in a hot minute, but I figured this would be a fun time to discuss the commonly practiced ritual of New Years Resolutions. The most popular resolution to make, I've noticed, is something health related, whether that's being more active or being more mindful of what one consumes. It's… Continue reading Why You Should Make NY Resolutions in March

Author Spotlights

Author Spotlight: Alexander James

We're finally back with my Author Spotlights and this time, I was honored with the presence of fiery personality and horror author, Alexander James, known as @DrunkScribe on Twitter. He was featured in not one, but two episodes of the Don't Make It Weird podcast, and is currently on sub, which we get to talk… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Alexander James

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Chapter Four: A Moody Day

Note: To read the first three chapters, please refer to my BMAC. I'd like to give a huge shout out to everyone who bought coffees recently. You folks are amazing! With that said, this chapter has a few mentions of helpers 😉 and more to come! Without further ado, let's get back to Idlewild: “Try… Continue reading Chapter Four: A Moody Day

Author Spotlights

Spotlight: J.S. Larmore

It's Friday! That means it's time for another Author Spotlight. Today, we're chatting with J.S. Larmore, a fantasy and horror author, who just recently released her poetry collection, A Theatre Strange, on Amazon! With poetry, you condense emotion and scenery into much fewer words. Would you say short stories and novels are more or less… Continue reading Spotlight: J.S. Larmore