Novel Writing

24 Jul 19
The Guide To Romance Novels 🅑🅛🅞🅖

Title: Royal Player Series: The Rourkes #5 Author: Kylie Gilmore Genre: Steamy Romantic Comedy Release Date: July 23, 2019 Blurb Polly I’m a modern twenty-three-year-old princess bound by rules more suited to medieval times. My father’s declining health means I will soon be queen, but, as a woman, I will not be allowed to rule […]

24 Jul 19
The Guide To Romance Novels 🅑🅛🅞🅖

All Roads Lead to You, an all-new standalone contemporary romance by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst is LIVE! Happily single, Harper Bishop trusts in only one passion—her rescue farm and healing her thoroughbred, Phoenix. Her dream is to lead him to the Triple Crown. But how unreachable is it without experience or help? […]

24 Jul 19
The Guide To Romance Novels 🅑🅛🅞🅖

Title: It’s Not Over Authors: Kaylee Ryan & Lacey Black Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Date: July 23, 2019 Blurb Gwen Lately, life definitely isn’t how I envisioned it. I had it all. The house, the job, the husband. Until one day, I didn’t. I don’t know when exactly things started to change between us, only […]

24 Jul 19
Brandon's Blog

Douglas Coupland’s hit novel JPod explores the features of avant-garde writing and makes fantastic use of inappropriate content. I personally enjoyed this novel as I would consider my sense of humor somewhat dark and twisted. I also started reading this novel with a broad background in both geek culture and technology and found it far […]

24 Jul 19
Apache's

A must for classsic dystopian fans

24 Jul 19
Booknvolume

. I’m honored! Just discovered this #5Star #book #review of #DarkFey The Reviled ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The novel established an exciting fantasy world July 16, 2019 Verified Purchase Format: Kindle Edition I love to read unique texts, and this one certainly is one. The author has a voice and an interesting style of writing, which complimented this […]

24 Jul 19
Rishi's Blog

For this portfolio, I read a novel titled I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings written by Maya Angelou. The novel encompassed various topics that allowed me to greaten my understanding of history and reality. This portfolio is based around one statement which I thought best represented the novel. Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged […]

24 Jul 19
Angventures

A Moveable Feast– Ernest Hemingway I have a lot of favorite books but this one in particular changed my perception of writing, reading, and living. Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast takes place during the 1920’s in Paris, France. Hemingway composes an insightful, innovative and appealing memoir to attract and compete with other well-known literary figures at […]

24 Jul 19
The Manuscript Milkshake

My goodness, time has a mind of its own, doesn’t it? Here I am; over a month into work, post-family holiday, and almost two weeks since I’ve written (oops). And despite me thinking ‘my goodness’, time continues to march on without waiting for me to keep up, adding toys and washing and bills to everything […]

24 Jul 19
Bineth's blog

For many generations the Aboriginal people have been oppressed and looked down upon. This oppression affected the Natives throughout their history. But what if this oppression affected the facts about their history?. The Inconvenient Indian Thomas King provides a genuine account of the history between the Natives and the Colonials in his novel The Inconvenient […]

24 Jul 19
Michelle builds starships.

My guess is that the whole setting of life, is ultimately going to take me into some sort of cycle… okay… that was the good half of the cycle. So… now… Here… comes… the other side of the cycle. Can you stay back the dawn. No. I don’t think you can. The dawn of the […]

24 Jul 19
C.A. Milson

Zoey’s Place by E.M. Bannock ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GENRE: Modern Adult Romance w/Erotic elements ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BLURB: Zoey DeLucca is a successful Michigan divorce attorney. Growing up the center of a bitter custody battle between her neglectful mother and her caring father convinced her to become a Family Law attorney and champion the father’s that seldom won in […]

24 Jul 19
The Beautiful Stuff

All right, friends and neighbors, the homework I assigned last week is only due for me. You can send me your 0-1000 word story/poem from the prompt: “Write about something you left behind by accident and/or Write about something you left behind on purpose” anytime between now and September 1st. Remember, you not only get […]

24 Jul 19
The Lesser Joke: book reviews and more

Book #133 of 2019: The Binding by Bridget Collins There’s a decent gay love story somewhere in here, but overall this is a real mess of a novel. The entire arc of the first third is just an ignorant protagonist gradually becoming more informed about the magic of the setting, which is frustrating since it […]

24 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Most readers will have to wait until September to find out what happened in Margaret Atwood's sequel to The Handmaid & # 39; s Tales, but the Booker judges found the wills worthy of a place at the Longlist 2019 for the £ 50,000 literary prize , This is the sixth time that the Canadian […]

24 Jul 19
Teresa Crider, Creative Writer

Genre: Young Adult Fiction/Fantasy/Retelling Rating: 5/5 A huge thank you to NetGalley, Erin A. Craig, and Random House Children’s for the opportunity to read House of Salt and Sorrows in exchange for an honest review. First and foremost, an absolutely charming and exquisite debut novel! What a talent for writing that already has me intrigued […]