#Book Blurb: Love and Drugs #L&D

Magdalene is a senior in college, preparing for a trip to Europe and finally got the girl of her dreams. She has a perfect job working for a flower shop (that isn’t your typical flower shop) and not a care in the world. But Magdalene has a couple of pretty big secrets, that she wantsContinue reading “#Book Blurb: Love and Drugs #L&D”

Love & Drugs Chapter 1 Teaser

Freshman Surprise The two-story log cabin was built facing south, in order to maximize the use of solar panels on the steeple roof. Three bedrooms, each with their own bath, one downstairs and two up. When it was first built actually left the upstairs open in a loft style, but when I came along theyContinue reading “Love & Drugs Chapter 1 Teaser”

#Musical Monday Review #23: Drumline 2 A New Beat

Overview: Danielle is a bright drummer girl heading off to college at A&T, six years after the first Drumline, against her families wishes. She makes new friends and struggles to prove she belongs on the line while they plan for the BET Southern Classic. Opinion: First off, who knew there was a second Drumline? Anyone?Continue reading “#Musical Monday Review #23: Drumline 2 A New Beat”

#Book Review: Dream Student by J.J. DiBenedetto 3/5 Stars

Overview: Sara Barnes is a shy and quiet med student worrying over her semester exams when she starts having weird dreams. One involves her being dressed in a cheerleading outfit and falling for the basketball point guard. The others are darker, involving a familiar older man killing girls and dropping them off in a ditch.Continue reading “#Book Review: Dream Student by J.J. DiBenedetto 3/5 Stars”

#Book Review: Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau 4/5 Stars

Overview: Malencia Vale is tasked by the president of The United Commonwealth to take down those responsible for The Testing, that kills many college applicants annually. Between her studies, security officials after her and the impending rebellion she takes up the quest. Enlisting her boyfriend and a select few of trustworthy friends, they set theContinue reading “#Book Review: Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau 4/5 Stars”

Creative Writing Classes

Yay! I’ve started my first creative writing class. I have never been more scared in my life. I can’t speak for other authors, but for me I’ve always been scared to put my work out there. I remember the first day I nervously put my first book, Touchdown Interruption, I was shaking so bad. WatchingContinue reading “Creative Writing Classes”

#BetaReaders for #LoveandDrugs

Camp NanoWriMo is coming to a close, and I am very close to finishing my book. I know it is a bit crazy to think I can write a little less then 10,000 words in three days(especially with me taking time to write this) but I only have a chapter and a half left. SoContinue reading “#BetaReaders for #LoveandDrugs”

#BookReview: The Glass House by Rachel Caine (Book 1 Morganville Vampires Series) 5/5 Stars

Overview: Sixteen year old Claire just started her first semester of college and is being bullied by the school’s top witch. After a trip down the stairs, Claire decides it’s time to look for new accommodations and lands in front of The Glass house crying and covered in bruises. Michael, Shane and Eve are herContinue reading “#BookReview: The Glass House by Rachel Caine (Book 1 Morganville Vampires Series) 5/5 Stars”

Me Update

Here is a run through of what I have been up to. I feel like I have been slacking off this month because I haven’t finished reading one book on my TBR list, but I think everything else makes up for that. So I’m still powering through “Sherlock Holmes,” roughly 38% done. It just seemsContinue reading “Me Update”