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The Big Island, Part 1: Volcanoes, Lava, and an Eerie Hike

Hello Bloglandia, Well this is weird. I'm writing a travel post. After how long? After two and a half pandemic years, which is about three thousand years in what-it-feels-like time. Now, before you start questioning your own reality, yes, I was supposed to be going to France this April. I did not got to France … Continue reading The Big Island, Part 1: Volcanoes, Lava, and an Eerie Hike

Murderous Old Ladies, Precocious Kids, and Icepicks! February’s Top Reads

Hello Bloglandia, Okay, yes, we're already over a week into March, and I'm already chin deep into March's to-read list, so this February Top Reads is a little late. But book recommendations don't care what the calendar says, do they? Actually, I don't think they care about much or anything. Lucky bastards. Anyway, onto my … Continue reading Murderous Old Ladies, Precocious Kids, and Icepicks! February’s Top Reads

A Fabulous February (except for that potential world war on the horizon)

Hello Bloglandia, Long time no type, right? The burnout break still continues, but I thought I'd give a little update on how the break is going. In Case You Missed It... January ended with me in a huge slump in regards to writing. I covered the full turmoil in THIS BLOG POST but to sum … Continue reading A Fabulous February (except for that potential world war on the horizon)

Bookshop.org: A “New” Way to Support Your Favorite Indie Bookstore

Hello Bloglandia!!! Most of the time I come across something I'm told is "new and amazing and innovative" it's not. Or maybe I'm just overly cynical. But recently I learned about a new way to support indie/local bookstores that really did seem amazing and pretty darn innovative. The site is called Bookshop.org and I mentioned … Continue reading Bookshop.org: A “New” Way to Support Your Favorite Indie Bookstore

(REPOST) Book Review: Hoard It All Before — Jonathan Pongratz

Happy Tuesday Everyone! Just a quick pop into Bloglandia for me today to share some recent praise thrown at my new book Hoard It All Before. I was a little nervous about this review because Mr. Pongratz rarely holds back when a book doesn't work, when the characters are dull, or when the plot is … Continue reading (REPOST) Book Review: Hoard It All Before — Jonathan Pongratz