Compartmentalize

Where and how do we find balance? NOT MY ADVICE but advice I was given the other day by a wonderful lady who has SO much on her plate, extra now that her children have to remain at home with her for the first few months of the school year. She told me she…. …..compartmentalizes….

“Movies as Bare Necessities”

An Essay by Natillie Painter Soon to be Published as a short story called “Bare Necessities”. The spring of 2020 has kept us indoors.   Artist, Authors, Actors, and Musicians have been entertaining us through these isolated and unprecedented times.  A majority of people love Disney productions.  Do you ever wonder where that love affair with…

Indie Author Summer Preview

As you know I champion for Indie Authors being one myself BUT my last post I went mainstream but here I am back with my lovies’ off of HIT PUBLISH! sharing their summer 2020 releases. I’ll add more as they share with me. I have been lucky to read a few already. Feel free to…

Summer 2020 TBR rabbit hole

We all have a book list that grows and grows. I never even got around to reading all of 2019’s Christmas novels yet here I am planning my Summer reads. After the spring of 2020 you have either read book after book after book or you, like myself, have suffered from quernetine fatigue. Yes, it…

WHAT!? Another Anthology Opportunity…..

Dear AuthorThank you for your interest in the 2020 Indie Authors’ Anthology.Please join the FB group of the same name. (If you already did, that’s GREAT!!)Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. There is an Entrance Fee of $40 it covers all Editing, Proofreading, and Formatting and more such as Author Perks and…

The Sun Never Sets

By Stephen Archer First his blurb: Billy Bowman has just become a citizen of the British Empire, stepping up to meet his new obligations of service, honour, and allegiance to his King. It’s also his first day of secondary school. Like any 12-year-old, he needs to make new friends, to pass his exams and to…

Held is tragic and sexy, and yes that is possible.

Review of “Held” by TK Barber The author herself warned me this would be different from her other books I have read, as she recently wrote a rom-com that was an adorable and enjoyable read. She was right, “Held” is “Texting The Enemy’s” deep dark, sexy, cousin. An awesome read for my twisted mind, but…

Try, TRY ME, Jill Brashear, Author

I am so happy I was asked to read this book. A wonderful twist on why we need to fall in love in a vintage setting. When was the last time you read a love story set in Hawaii and California in the 1970’s? No cell phones, no social media, just you and your relationship….