Write Better Shit

My friend today: “I can’t believe how many new authors there are out there.” Me: “You have no idea. Hundreds every year. A lot of them are shady too.” Friend: “How do you mean?” Me: “Like, they write fake reviews for the attention and networking in it. Some advertise their stuff as being something it…

Writing Progress in the Fall

I have some very exciting news, that I’ve kind of been waiting to announce! There is so much going on right now, progress made, changes taking place, bookish goodness in the works, I honestly don’t know where to start! Usually when I’m between projects I loose my mind a little (Binge Everything… Even Writing)… Okay,…

Practice Makes Progress

Originally posted on Recover Yourself:
It’s very hard sometimes, to monitor our own progress because we acclimate to the change as it comes. Much like if you were to walk to the top of a high mountain, on your way up, your body would slowly adjust to the changes in elevation. You might not even…

#review #booktour Just, by Jenny Morton Potts @rrbooktours1

Just Publication Date: June 14th, 2018 Genre: Romantic Thriller On golden Mediterranean sands, maverick doctor Scott Langbrook falls recklessly in love with his team leader, Fiyori Maziq. If only that was the extent of his falling, but Scott descends into the hellish clutches of someone much more sinister. ‘Just’ is a story of love and…

September 11th ~ Seventeen Years Later

Originally posted on By Hook Or By Book:
I really hate this day. It’s been 17 years since terrorists gave this country a brutal and lasting reminder that America is not invulnerable, yet it feels like yesterday. Every single moment of that horrific day stands out with crystal clarity. So many lives lost, and not…

Prologue: Aggravated Momentum (18+ reading)

My hands are as far above my head as they can reach, my back intensely arched, and my calf muscles tighten, extending to the footboard. My pumpkin orange painted toes point as they join the stretch. The sun beams through a tight crevice in the drapes, challenging my eyes to regain vision. I squint and…