• • • • • • High-school teacher West Connors struggled to put the pieces of his heart back together after the sudden departure of his best friend, Blake Thomas, from his life ten years ago. While loves have come and gone, West has never quite filled the hole in his heart Blake left behind.… Read More [Release] Mondays with you by KJ Lewis
What inspired you to write Tobacco sun? Tobacco Sun was born from mixing a song with a field I drove through once. The two things just synergized one day, and the spark was there. When and why did you start writing? I started writing when I was spelling my first words. The why? Who knows?… Read More Author Q&A with Lorna Hollifield
I recently showed you my letter to a deceased, as I said in that post I never had any intentions of posting these letters on my blog but for some reason on these two letters I wanted to share them. My other letter to a deceased and this letter I’m posting now are… Read More [30 Day letter challenge] To the person you hate/despise
when I first started this 30 day letter challenge I never realised how close my letters would be to my heart, they were thirty and all of my letters mean so much to me, when I started writing a letter to a deceased I really connected to it and thought they was a lot of emotion… Read More [30 days challenge] Letter to a deceased
My review. When Izzy hears a noise during the night that wakes her she has no idea what the noise is, when she realises the noise is coming from outside her front door and hears a loud wailing she goes to find out what it is. Lizzy finds a baby left on her… Read More [Review]Nobody’s Baby by Penny Kline
Hey everyone, I’ve been doing a 30 day letter challenge, your probably wondering what the hell this has to do with a book blog and what I’m going to be getting at but when I found this challenge some of the letters you write really hit home for me and I felt obligated to doing this challenge. These two… Read More [Discussion] Letter challenge… should I post?
My review I really enjoyed the opposite of ordinary, I found this book on kindle unlimited and with having read a couple of Jessica Sorenson’s books in the past I decided give to it try, all I can say is Jessica Sorenson doesn’t disappoint with her books. Ashlynn Wynterland was very popular in school until… Read More [review] The Opposite of Ordinary by Jessica Sorenson