Happy National Hammock Day! Who wouldn't want to enjoy a day to relax and read in a hammock on a beautiful day? Here are some great YA reads that are sure to keep you glued to your ...
I had the good fortune to be one of the early readers for Lea Nolan’s Conjure. Before I was even halfway through I knew that Liz had found something special in Lea’s writing—an ancient curse, hoodoo (not... Read more »
My father was a voracious reader. He always carried a paperback of the latest horror story from Lumley or King. So that was what I read. For years I read nothing but the creepy stuff. I mean,... Read more »
Luminosity (book one of The Raven Chronicles) captivated me from its first lines. These words in particular haunted me: “His eyes turned white, mouth open…gone. Like an oyster shell without any meat inside.” Wow. Talk about impact.... Read more »
Jus Accardo is a Six. Yeah, she has super powers. (If you haven’t yet read Touch, a SIX is a teen with a genetic difference—one that gives them really cool powers like dream-walking, or healing powers, or... Read more »
Yay! It’s October! And you know what that means?! No, I’m not talking about Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day (although, apparently, that’s today) or Count Your Buttons Day on the 23rd. I’m not even talking... Read more »
I am often asked about giving writing advice, and I mostly respond with the same thing, because it’s the most valuable piece of advice that I’ve learned while completing my Masters in writing. You will be surprised... Read more »