Dystopian Review: Ready Player One

Virtual reality is my new favorite genre, and it’s all because of this book. (Tweet this) Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline is one of those classic examples of an awesome book that requires a disclaimer before I recommend it to someone. This is usually what my recommendation sounds like: “Oh … Continue reading

Dystopian Review: The Choosing, by Rachelle Dekker

They say dystopian is dead. Maybe it is…in the general market of books, but in the CBA, it’s on the rise, which is why Rachelle Dekker’s new book, The Choosing, is getting a lot of hype. Naturally, being an author of dystopian fiction, I gobbled it up. Main Pros in The Choosing … Continue reading

Do You Believe Your Life Can Be Epic?

I read so many fantasy books as a child and teenager I started to think my life wouldn’t be amazing unless dragons attacked my little Wyoming valley. Or unless the fate of the world hinged on my brave choices. How unfair that I was stuck in a Muggle world! Couldn’t God see … Continue reading

4 Types of Book Reviewers — Which One Are You?

We all have opinions about reviews, whether we’re readers, non-readers, authors, or editors. I’ve been lectured on how reviews should be, or which people should write reviews (and which people should not. EVER. write. them.), what main points each should cover, or how they should be simple and honest. I’ve been told that … Continue reading

A Time to Die – Two Week Countdown

A Time to Die releases in two weeks!     *gasp* Panic! *happy dance* Not just that, but the Kindle version is now available for pre-order on Amazon! (Tweet this.) Boy do I have some fun plans for you. Over the next two weeks I’ll be sharing behind-the-scenes tidbits, introducing you to characters, … Continue reading