Writing ‘N Tune

Last week, I wrote of my newfound love for aesthetic boards All About That Aesthetic Board, where writers create visual mood boards based on characters and/or plot for their works in progress (WIP). To make an aesthetic board, you take or find pics and create a collage. Here’s mine for my main WIP (Untitled). What’s a…

My Top Ten Fall TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and The Bookish. With Fall’s arrival comes pumpkin spice, jeans, cute boots, mugs of your favorite drink with overheating yourself, and another hour of reading when time falls back. Today’s top ten revolves around ten books selected for my Fall TBR. Of course, I’m…

Monday, Monday

Good Monday, Everyone! How did your weekend go? Fast? Exciting? Slow? Wakey. Wakey. Time to experience another week. What I Read Last Week 2/5 The Weight of Lies 4/5 What I DNF’d I put it aside because, in all honesty, after thirty-two pages in, the story bored me. Maybe it’s her hobby (sky jumping) boring me…

Hue’s Reviews: The Weight of Lies

Emily Carpenter’s The Weight of Lies suffers from weighty absurdity and unrealistic measures. While the blurb promises an enthralling ride via a book within a book, its actuality gifts predictable ending, forcing me to push through to get to a ridiculous “twist”. Megan’s pretty unlikable. She’s selfish, easily swayed, annoying and naïve. Granted, I adore…

Hue’s Reviews: The Summer We Got Free

“Don’t tell me what I am,” she said. “I get to say what I am.” Ghosts manifest via various entities. They exist in haunted, roaming room to room, seeking aimless shelter until their needs in their former world jibe with their spectral form. Sometimes those haunted dwellings consist not of brick and mortar, but of…

Words to Live By #20

Life is like a prism. What you see depends on how you turn the glass. Jonathan Kellerman