How many books do you write at once?

I've seen a lot of my friends (and idols) on Twitter lately, writing about how they write. Their process, their methods. I love reading about it, to see how people do stuff differently. I try not to get to caught up in it all, I know I have my own way, but it's difficult to … Continue reading How many books do you write at once?

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Writing Prompt #2

, "Honey, look, it's on the news again. Hun? Listen, it's going to be fine. Let's see what they say?" I put my arm around her, turning up the volume on the TV. It's been four weeks since The Noise stopped, four weeks, one day, and six hours. The global phenomenon which seemed at first … Continue reading Writing Prompt #2

Book Review: Conservation by James Flynn

*minor spoilers* Plot: Supersize spaceship Conservation is launched in search for a new habitable planet, hoping to secure a future for the human race. But something goes horribly wrong. Longer plot: The year is 2034. Climate change has ravaged Earth, food and shelter are even scarcer than before, and the world is descending into chaos. … Continue reading Book Review: Conservation by James Flynn

Book Review: Dark of Winter by Christopher Percy

Probably going to spoil this for you - but I don't care, 'cause this was awesome! Plot: Mythical horrors are coming to the village of Sunmer, and the mutated villagers there have to defend themselves. Longer plot: Hidden (yes, this is a name of one of the villagers), comes across a papilier, or at least what he … Continue reading Book Review: Dark of Winter by Christopher Percy

Book Review: The Legend of Dollaretta by Cherry Gunzenhauser

You know the drill, be warned, blah-bleh-bluh, maybe spoilers. So, graphic novel! I love when people send me stuff like this, not that I don't enjoy regular books/novels, but I absolutely loooove when people dare to do different things. I brought this one with me on a train, and it was amazing. Plot: Basically - … Continue reading Book Review: The Legend of Dollaretta by Cherry Gunzenhauser

Book Review: Costa Brava by David Kennedy

Probable spoilers ahead. Short plot: Alex Scott is asked to come to his friend's family's vacation home in Spain after the death of Manolo, the janitor. What first seemed like an accidental death proves to be more mysterious than expected. Longer plot: Alexander Scott is a journalist based in London. In his youth, he enjoyed … Continue reading Book Review: Costa Brava by David Kennedy

Book Review: The Renegade Spy by Mark O’Neill

This time it's a crime thriller, about a dangerous assassin. As usual - minor spoilers follow below. Short plot: Decker tries to catch The Scorpion Longer plot: We're first introduced to The Scorpion. He's planning another assasination, sitting in a hotel window with his sniper rifle, waiting for his target to leave a club. The … Continue reading Book Review: The Renegade Spy by Mark O’Neill