Hiya, nerds! Guess who just improved from being a couch potato complaining about her life to couch potato complaining about her life through poetry? As you may or may not have noticed, I’ve been pretty absent on my blog lately. That’s because I’m writing for National Poetry Writing Month this year. I’ve never written…… Continue reading Look who fancies herself a poet now! | NaPoWriMo update
I received a copy of this book from Hideaway Fall in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. When the publisher of Drift Stumble Fall first contacted me, they described this book as “a darkly humorous exploration of the danger of our modern fascination with assuming perfection in…… Continue reading Blog tour: Drift Stumble Fall by M. Jonathan Lee
AuthorsGetLit is a series on This is Lit that focus on tips for authors, self-published or otherwise, from both bloggers and other authors. I’ve had this blog for a couple of years now and I’ve worked with different authors and publishers throughout. Of all the authors I’ve worked with, I continued being on good terms…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit | Book bloggers and me by Lev Lewis
Hey, nerds! You know me. I’m a bookworm, Netflix addict, and a professional procrastinator. I can never do anything on time. Why do it now when you can put it off until tomorrow, right? I’ve always wanted to write my own book but as a procrastinator, it was a little difficult. I just could not…… Continue reading How I wrote an entire novel with this AI-powered book writing software.
AuthorsGetLit is a series on This is Lit that focus on tips for authors, self-published or otherwise, from both bloggers and other authors. Hiya, nerds! Today we have Miriam Seidel, author of The Speed of Clouds, giving us writing advice that’s partly confessional. Miriam talks about how she managed to find time for her writing…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit: Putting your writing first by Miriam Seidel
AuthorsGetLit is a new series on This is Lit that will focus on tips for authors and publishers about interacting with bloggers, soliciting book reviews, and more. Today, we have Marc Whelchel, the author of The Doubly Dead Angel-Thief, giving us the real reasons why a book pitch gets rejected. I love Marc Whelchel’s writing…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit: The real reason your book pitch keeps getting rejected.
“Let daddy take a whiff.” As I squirmed uncomfortably in his hands, my mind shot back to the exact sequence of events that led to this moment. I don’t have parents. I’ve only ever known Brandi. She took me in when I was a baby. She fed and bathed me. There were several others like…… Continue reading She let him borrow me for a week and he took me home.