Book title: Captive Rebel (The allegiance book 1) Author: Erin McDermott Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis: Destined to be enemies, bound by fate... Prince Ariston rules over the Allegiant - an elite faction favored by the Greek Gods. Separated from his family at a young age, he became a prisoner to the rebellion. Marylyn O'Conner is a rebel, … Continue reading Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott|Book Review
Book Title: The Obsession Author: Nora Roberts Genre: Romance/Thriller/Suspense Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis - At 12 yrs old, Naomi Bowes followed her father into the woods one night and stumbled upon a shocking & disturbing truth. From that moment, life would never be the same for Naomi, her mother, and her brother, Mason. Years later, Naomi's … Continue reading The Obsession by Nora Roberts| Book Review
Last week, I worked diligently on my current “work in progress”. I was happy, I hit word counts and managed to clean up the messes on the way. Over the weekend something happened, that something that always happens. I feel hopeless, incompetent and I want to discard this entire story. Not even midway in each … Continue reading Every Story Has A Reader| Writing Fiction
Where do I get my blog content? I get my blog content the same way I get ideas for writing stories...through everyday life. Something or someone might spark a conversation in my head that I have with myself and voila! Things come to me while reading, cleaning, shopping etc. I'm pretty sure all of our … Continue reading Where do you get your blog content?
Good Monday y'all! Let's talk about The Monday Syndrome. I don't know if that's a real thing or not, pardon me if it is but it's the only term that comes to my mind. No, I'm not referring to our grogginess on Monday mornings when life resumes and we have to leave those few minutes … Continue reading The Monday Syndrome
When I started writing, I began with poetry. I felt things so deeply as a child, teenager and the words would roll off my fingertips in the most expressive way ever. It remains one of the best ways that I could create something from within, although I haven't been doing it for about a decade. … Continue reading My Poetry Story & a Poem for my Preschooler
It took me over a year to actually look at the first movie, that's how not excited I was by this franchise. Jamie Dornan made a fine Christian Grey but I wasn't too enthusiastic on the other casting. I read the book a long time ago so I've definitely forgotten all of the details. I … Continue reading Fifty Shades Darker Movie Review
I enjoy both reading, and writing in the romantic genre. I think my obsessions with a good romance started at an early age. The first trigger was Indian movies which I looked at quite a bit because of my mother and most of them were centered around romances. For some reason the library at my … Continue reading The Challenges of Writing Romance
According to statistics I don't have what you would call a real friend. Most of the friendships that I have had in the past appear to be more acquainted in nature. I've never had that ride or die, bosom buddy kind of friendship. Nobody's ever really had my back enough that I can put full faith … Continue reading One-sided Friendships
Where do you get your ideas? Not very often I might be engaged in a conversation with another human, and I might reveal the fact that I write stories. Mostly it won't be an interesting topic for them and they'll likely move on but sometimes I get asked, "What do you write about?" My tongue gets … Continue reading Where Do You Get Your Writing Ideas?