Deeplight was offered to me by the publisher (via Netgalley) because I’d previously reviewed The Lie Tree by the same author. So I clicked ‘yes’ because the blurb was so enticing and the author attracts me. It was only afterwards
Fluency has been in my Kindle for at least two years. It’s one of those I got on a freebie, and kept meaning to read and review. Well, it’s finally off my TBR (and ticked off my reading challenge list).
Zoology: the scientific study of animals esp. with reference to their structure, physiology, classification and distribution. [Concise Oxford Dictionary] We end this year’s A to Z Challenge with a quick look at the way animals have inspired my writing, not
The Frozen Rat’s Paw was one of ten randomised titles that Chuck Wendig gave us to work on, just before going off on another tour. Whilst I’ve enjoyed the freedom of not having to work to his prompt for the
Well, today V hits Viridium, the spur for my world-building theme for this year’s A to Z. I have a detailed description here which is an edited version of that on the Viridian system website. Then I’ve answered my own question
I received an ARC of The Rosetta Man by Claire McCague from LibraryThing as a First-read, and it certainly lived up to my expectations from the description! “What makes The Rosetta Man stand-out? An unusually dense squirrel population for sci-fi.
So, Chuck went to a writers’ conference, and in one workshop the theme they picked was: “We’re all human, even when we’re not.” So, he’s made it our theme for the week, 1000 words. Exactly 🙂 This one’s for Noelle
This is another story based on those opening lines that were suggested a few weeks ago. I’m definitely getting into the Christmas spirit now. This story is just over 1000 words. Christmas Lights BANG! We sat in darkness. No lights