My review of the classic book, North and South, is up over at All About Romance. This review is somewhat of a triple threat. I read the book, listened to the audiobook, and watched the BBC miniseries all together and all contributed to my enjoyment in their own way. First of all, let me gush. IContinue reading “Review: North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell”
My blog about fairy tale retellings and adaptations is now available over at All About Romance. First there were vampires, then zombies, and now fairy tale adaptions seem to be the new entertainment trend. The newest film adaptation of “Sleeping Beauty,” Maleficent, scored big at the box office and has added momentum to the fairyContinue reading “Fairy Tale Adaptations”
Also today, you can read my review of Stormy Persuasion by Johanna Lindsey over at All About Romance. It gets a C+ for a boring start but likable characters. I was nervous going in to this read. I have been the biggest Johanna Lindsey fan since I first started reading romance, but unfortunately, a lotContinue reading “Review: Stormy Persuasion”
The first ever short story I wrote and, now, my first ever publication went live today! Its a sort of YA/Horror thing. Katie waved to her boyfriend, Jake, trying to signal him to get his car out from in view of the house. He had the headlights turned off, but there was still a chanceContinue reading “It’s Here! My First Publication!”
I’ve been a book reviewer over at All About Romance for over a year now. The following are the reviews I’ve contributed. Clicking the title will take you to the full review. GRADE TITLE AUTHOR BOOK TYPE SENSUALITY PUBLISHED REVIEWED REVIEWER D- Straddling the Line Jaci Burton Contemp Hot 07/2014 07/28/2014 Haley A- Suddenly Last SummerContinue reading “Review Archive”
I received word yesterday that my short story, “She Knit”, will be included in the Wild Horse: Women on Fire collection, which releases for Women’s History Month in March 2015. Now, to stop celebrating long enough to send in my bio and picture.
A blog I did over at All About Romance is up today. You can go there and see my rant about the trend of having possessive, volatile, jealous male leads in New Adult romances. Click here to read “Possessive, check. Jealous, check. Volatile, check.”
It’s a cool night shortly before Halloween and, in a normal suburban house, a group of people has gathered together in a dimly lit room. They sit in a circle of chairs in a living room, not unlike any other, but they are here for a rather unusual reason. Tonight, these people have comeContinue reading “A Spirited Evening”