Here are the books I read in the month of June!
Like months before, here’s the books I read in May and what I thought about them.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in April and what I thought about them.
Lael Braday, a writer who was also included in the multi-genre fundraiser anthology Rejected, reached out recently and offered to interview me. Which, of course, I quickly accepted.
We talk about my writing process, who supports me the most in my writing endeavors, who’re my influences, and creativity.
You can read the interview on her website.
Like in previous months, here’s the books I read in March and what I thought about them.
With the new year, I will be posting a monthly “Books Read” on the first day of the following month (ex. January’s will be posted on February 1st). I’ll give my brief thoughts on the book, and if I really enjoyed it, it’ll likely be given a Book Spotlight post soon thereafter.
I am now accepting beta readers for my Lovecraftian crime novel (novella? novelette? Around 48K words), No-Eyed Girls (title may change) between January 2nd, 2020 and January 16, 2020.
Without giving too much away, its from the POV of both the protagonist and antagonist, and it’s divided into three sections. The book that I could say it’s similar to would be 14 by Peter Clines. So, if you enjoyed that book, or are you into Lovecraftian horror or detective/crime stories, you may enjoy No-Eyed Girls.
Those are chosen to beta reader will have their name listed under the “thanks to”/”acknowledgements” in the book once published.
If you’re interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred digital format (ePub, .mobi, etc)!
Like most people who write, I’ve read quite a bit this year. Of course, not as much as I would like to, but what I’d consider an average amount.
So I decided to list a few of the ones that I enjoyed the most. Some might be published in 2019, some might have been published in 1998, even some earlier than that. However, the books published in 2019 will be indicated by an asterisk(*). Also, these are listed in no particular order.
Without further adieu…
February is Women in Horror Month, and although I have barely scrapped the surface of all the talented female writers in the history of horror, I thought I’d promote some of the works I have read by female writers.