{Book Review} The Workplace Writer’s Process by Anne Janzer

Are you a writer? Do you have trouble maintaining a productive writing routine? Do you sometimes find yourself cursing the fact that you have to write another article or story or what-have-you? Do you sometimes wake up in the middle of the night after a vivid nightmare about a sudden global coffee shortage? Well, if…

{Book Review} Being a Writer by Travis Elborough & Helen Gordon

The only non-fiction books that have ever appealed to me were either those about history or writing. So, imagine my glee when I found a book that incorporates both into its pages and offers writers not just a wealth of advice, but also anecdotes and stories from and about famous literary legends. On the heels…

{Book Review} Swansong by Kerry Andrew

Have you ever read a book that you liked and hated at the same time? I experienced that internal conflict with this book from the very beginning. I was torn between liking the story, but hating the main character and the writing style. That’s not to say that this isn’t a book you might love,…

{Book Review} Broken Moon by Sarah Beth Moore

The thing I love most about Bookstagram is getting to meet fellow writers and book-lovers, one of whom is the lovely and talented Sarah (@newleafwriter), who was kind enough to send me her new book, Broken Moon, to review. After reading one of her non-fiction books, Get the Hell Over It (How to Let Go…

{Book Review} The Overneath by Peter S. Beagle

As I’ve mentioned before in my rambles, I’m a huge fan of short stories, especially ones that are entwined with fantasy. Beagle’s collection of short stories, The Overneath, is both a compilation of new and old stories, some unique, and others related to his previously published books. Initially, I thought that the stories based on…

{Book Review} Artemis by Andy Weir

Okay, fair warning, I am about to gush about this book for the entirety of this review and beg you to read it when it comes out on November 14th, 2017. You can pre-order it here or here, because trust me, you will want to read this book the second it’s released. Alright, let’s begin….