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Five Writing Tips From Reading J.K. Rowling’s HARRY POTTER | Nathan Bransford, Author

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Music in Books

The books in my to read pile  have main characters that are musicians 1. If I Stay- A cellist with a drummer dad and a guitarist boyfriend (who is in a band) “On a day that started like any other,Mia had everything: a loving family, a gorgeous, admiring boyfriend, and a bright future full of music and full … Continue reading

Books for August

Just ordered above books after reading the excerpts. Can't wait to start reading. I'm going through a YA phase and loving it. Oh and the former Fictionpress Authors1) Sarah Maas  Throne of Glass-  I think the  pic on the cover looks like Sarah don't you?2) Tatiana Moore – 2nd book in KM series- Killing Monsters. … Continue reading

City Library and Writing Meet-ups

I’m glad to say that this weekend has been all about reading and writing.  I’ve been frustrated for the past few weeks about not making friends or even seeing people outside of work since I moved (6 months by the end of march ) so I took a chance and created a profile on meetups.com … Continue reading

Juliet Immortal

I stumbled across this book (or the book’s author) when I was reading a website: Dear Teen Me, Letters to Our Teen Selves The book cover drew me in and then after reading the summary I was hooked. My good reads “to-read” list keeps growing.

Books for May

Hanna Moskowitz Jonah is on a mission to break every bone in his body. Everyone knows that broken bones grow back stronger than they were before. And Jonah wants to be stronger—needs to be stronger—because everything around him is falling apart. Breaking, and then healing, is Jonah’s only way to cope with the stresses of … Continue reading

Books for April

ROOM by Emma Donoghue. I’ve been wanting to read this story ever since I saw the book trailer but I had 20 or more people ahead of me on hold in the library. It’s one of those books that I can’t talk about. You have to read it for yourself. To five-year-old-Jack, Room is the world…. It’s … Continue reading

Breaking the Rules

I just got my copy of Breaking the Rules, the 16th book in Suzanne Brockmann's Trouble Shooter Series. I will be reading it this weekend, between working on yet another class project. Here's the summary on Suzanne Brockmann's website (Isn't the cover awesome? Can you tell I'm excited?) Izzy Zanella wasn't looking for another reason … Continue reading

Books for February

February already?  I'm revisiting authors I used to read a lot of their books especially authors of action/suspense and romantic suspense novels. I can't wait for Suzanne Brockmann's Breaking the Rules (Book 16, yup 16 of the Troubleshooter series) to be released in March. In the meantime, I'll be catching up on Iris Johansen: I tend … Continue reading

The Hunger Games

Books for January

  Jaclyn Wilde is a wedding planner who loves her job—usually. But helping Carrie Edwards with her Big Day has been an unrelenting nightmare. Carrie is a bridezilla of mythic nastiness, a diva whose tantrums are just about as crazy as her demands. But the unpleasant task at hand turns seriously criminal when Carrie is … Continue reading

1st book of the new year

There was so much talk about these set of books last year, especially after the last book in the trilogy was released, and I finally bought the Hunger Games trilogy and will read the first book during my flight back to school. Happy New Year!

Recommended Book: Mystery novel with a vampire twist…

Bloodlist by Elrod I’m not sure where I heard about this book. It was recommended to me as a good mystery read and I’ve always liked a great mystery. However, when I looked at the book cover, I realized the main character was a vampire. I stalled. I still haven’t read the twilight books. The … Continue reading


Maybe a little. I’m pretty economical when it comes to everything but books and this semester I had promised myself that I wasn’t going to buy any books (besides those I had pre-ordered months ago). I was doing good especially since I take a shortcut through the bookstore to class everyday. Today, I caved. I … Continue reading