You Name It!

Character names are the topic of today’s post, for both readers and writers, so jump right in! The other day, I was given the option to check out yet another free book and being the cover whore that I am, I couldn’t pass it up. I skipped the blurb and went right for the “LookContinue reading “You Name It!”

#ReadWithMe ♥ Finding My Genre

In celebration of National Reading Month, Ms. Felicia is hosting this amazing blog hop for all readers to spread the love and joy of this favorite pastime with the world. If you’d like to join in the fun, please click on the banner above to add your post to the linky list! The Novel BrickContinue reading “#ReadWithMe ♥ Finding My Genre”

Semantics

I read a really great post yesterday over at David Ben-Ami’s blog Fiction All Day that talked about details; covering the tedious aspect of researching in order to enrich our fictional stories with facts that our readers DO appreciate.  I nearly just re-posted it here today, but it’s so well written that it got meContinue reading “Semantics”

Get Your Read On

The Daily guru’s are calling today’s Prompt “The Great Divide.”  Codswallop!  There’s no division in reading, that’s arithmetic – which I loathe like the dentist’s chair!  Just for that, I’m ‘dividing’ your two-part question! When reading for fun, do you usually choose fiction or non-fiction? Both.  I’ll normally choose fiction when I want to be entertained,Continue reading “Get Your Read On”