The Blue Hour - a Review

The Blue Hour is a gripping and emotional historical fiction book, a story of romance, the story of a woman…

Show, Don’t Tell

Writers need to show instead of tell. What exactly does that mean? How does one show what is happening instead of just telling? What are the benefits of doing so? Telling is easy. The room was bare. You need to show the reader that the room is bare instead of just stating it. Showing takes…

Secrets: A Tisha Ariel Nikkole Novel #4 – a Review

Do you keep secrets from your significant other? Does he or she keep secrets from you? How damaging would this be to a relationship? Shout and Tisha are no longer together, but it is Shout’s own fault for choosing his murderous father over his fiance. That had to hurt. So Tisha is starting life anew…

Once Upon a Fairy Tale – a Review

The Brothers Grimm didn’t water down their fairy tales when they wrote them; modern society has done that. In their original form, they are full of violence, blood, and gore. Times were different when the Brothers Grimm wrote their fairy tales, and yes, they were intended to be read to children. But Once Upon a Fairy…

Heart Strings – a Review

If someone plays on your heart strings, they are attempting to get sympathy from you. If someone tugs at your heart strings or pulls on your heart strings, they are trying to cause strong feelings of affection or sympathy. In Heart Strings. Lauren is an aspiring writer who has a curiosity that never stops. Never…