You may have seen, I recently had a chat with published author S.M. Hollandabout mental illness in the realms of fiction.If you saw my interview, you will already know that thanks to the collaboration, my Quarterly Newsletter subscribers have the chance to win a free eBook copy of her soon-to-be-released book: Get in My Head: … Continue reading GIVEAWAY: Get in My Head, by S.M. Holland
As promised in a previous post, I'm excited to share the results of my recent burst of inspiration. This is a rewrite of the first chapter in a project I began years and years and years ago, which has sat, undisturbed, in my files ever since.
I've no idea what drew me back to this story specifically, but I'm more than happy to indulge in this long-forgotten project.
I've found it quite interesting, given this is a YA project. I've been drawn to my Adult Fiction works for a long time now, so rediscovering a YA voice has been a fun experience.
Anyway, without any further ado, I hope you enjoy reading this little excerpt as much as I liked writing it. And as always, feedback is welcome.
The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead My rating: 3 of 5 stars Spoiler Free Review 2.5 stars Let me first start out by saying, I honestly didn't realise this was a romance novel when I picked it up... in fact, I was literally over half way through the book when I finally realised I was … Continue reading Review: The Glittering Court
Dawn Husted, a married mother of two from Texas, is an author of two novels and one novella; two urban fantasy and one dystopian . Dawn graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelors, and believes in living life to the fullest, which is why she loves camping, cooking, writing, and is learning German. She once built an Orphanage in … Continue reading Author Interview: Dawn Husted
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The Rules: All books must be Young Adult. Track your books either privately, or publicly on your blog or a Goodreads account. No need to list your books in advance. You may select books as you go. Even if you list them now, you can change the list if needed. There are four levels: The … Continue reading The Young Adult Reading Challenge