In late 2019, I was on Facebook, reading a lot of posts about books I had heard of but hadn’t bothered to actually read yet. So, I made a resolution of sorts and got to reading. Here’s my most and least loved reads of 2020. … More Best and Worst Books I Read in 2020
A friend of mine, Sarah Chorn, author of Seraphina’s Lament, has a new fantasy book coming out next week. As part of that she did a guest post on Bibliotropic worth reading. … More Reblogging: [Guest Post] Sarah Chorn, on the LGBTQ+ History of the Wild West
I finally got around to picking up The Name of the Wind this past week. (The hold list for it at the library is pretty ridiculous.)
If that doesn’t catch your attention, well, you probably need more coffee. … More The King Had No Face
If you’re an author like me, you’ve faced down a lot of different dragons — typo dragons, self-doubt dragons, and revision dragons. … More The Re-release of Corruption of Honor Pt.I is Finally Here
This is my explanation to you, if you came to my site looking for more information on my books or links for where to buy them. … More Where the F%&k Did My Books Go?!
One of the most important elements a book needs to have in order to hook readers is a great opening. But you never want it to come at the expense of the reader. … More Don’t Clickbait Your Book’s Readers (They Won’t Like You When They’re Angry)
I’m going to start adding posts about the world of Cathell. To start, the Immortals. … More The World of Cathell: The Immortals