The Girl On The Train Book Review

I've been in a writing slump, finding it hard to get in the "writing mood", and so I've been reading as much as possible, carrying books in my purse every where I go, squeezing pages where I can, dissecting books as I go - in hopes that it will inspire my own writing. (and it … Continue reading The Girl On The Train Book Review


Twitter Hashtags for Writers

Found these at: Aerogramme Writers' Studio Books and Reading Hashtags #Books #BookWorm #GreatReads #IndieThursday #MustRead #Novel #Paperbacks #Storytelling #WhatToRead Book Industry News and Publishing Tips Hashtags #AskAgent #AskAuthor #AskEditor #BookMarket #BookMarketing #GetPublished #IAN1 (Independent Author Network) #IndiePub #PromoTip #Publishing #SelfPublishing #WriteTip #WritingTip Hashtags to Connect With Other Writers #1K1H (write one thousand words in one … Continue reading Twitter Hashtags for Writers

Dracula by Bram Stoker #Spookathon

Dracula, originally titled The Un-Dead by Bram Stoker is a classic Horror Gothic novel about Count Dracula.This is a macabre tale of vampires, demons, death, friendship, love, loyalty, and courage. The story begins with Jonathan Harker traveling to Castle Dracula in Transylvania, after being summoned by Count Dracula to help him complete a property deal. Harker … Continue reading Dracula by Bram Stoker #Spookathon

A Clash of Kings: Book Two of A Song of Ice and Fire

A Clash of Kings, book two of George R. R. Martin's series "A Song of Ice and Fire", is yet another epic fantasy novel where Martin hurls your mind into a land with amazing characters, fantastic descriptions of settings, clothing, and food. Martin focuses on many themes, such as warfare, society and class, family, manipulation, … Continue reading A Clash of Kings: Book Two of A Song of Ice and Fire