I adore hedgerhumor, if you're not following this comic, you should be! Oh, October! This month makes me seriously happy, y'all. The weather finally starts to cool down, I get to start utilizing my extensive scarf selection and it becomes socially acceptable to be a witch in public. But what do I love most about… Continue reading October, let’s get spooky!
It was brought to my attention (thanks, Dad) that while I have Tales of a Sixth Grade Werecat listed on my progress bar, I haven't really talked about it here. SO here we go: an introductory post to my new middle-grade series 🙂 The idea for the story came years ago, actually the summer after… Continue reading Tales of a Sixth Grade Werecat
EEEK!!! Okay y'all I am SO EXCITED to talk about this trilogy. Krantz is an intelligent writer with female characters who are inclusive and real. I think what I appreciate most about the author's style is how she manages to place normal people into extraordinary circumstances. I especially enjoyed starting this series- the main character… Continue reading The Witch’s Ambitions by Kayla Krantz
Under ordinary circumstances, Beshar, Ninth of the Thirteen, would have been bored. Today’s circumstances, however, were anything but ordinary. He squirmed in the hard wooden seat of the Ninth and struggled to focus his thoughts on the present. The First presided over the Session, placing judgment on the citizens who came before him. There… Continue reading Submerged: Chapter Four
Artist credit: Nikola Damjanov Kay was very careful not to do any more bad things. After the incident in the practice arena and that one tiny explosion…well, everyone treated her differently now. The last few weeks were a hazy blur of events. There was still so much she didn’t understand. But there was one thing… Continue reading Submerged: Chapter Three