Hey all! There’s a lot of announcement posts this month. I guess it’s just that kind of month, huh? The big event that’s coming up is the Opus Crescendo Release Party! The event is FREE and ONLINE and lasts several hours. This means that you don’t have to be there the whole time. Stop in for a few minutes, or hang out the whole time. Either way, I appreciate your support!
So come check it out! March 29th from 4pm-12am. I might even go pop onto Twitch and play Overwatch while answering questions, write and answer questions, just have the webcam on, or any combination of those. I’ll also be reading some excerpts from the book!
Digital copies of Opus Crescendo are up for PRE-ORDER on both Amazon and Smashwords.
Giveaways will be done throughout the night and will include digital copies of my books and might include HARD copies of them and maybe even t-shirts from my Redbubble store. We shall see on that. But definitely digital copies of the books!
Hey all! Sometimes I have tons of trouble trying to figure out which book I want to review. Sometimes I go through my Kindle and despite having hundreds of books, I sigh and need to go and find more. This was one of those times.
Freaks of Greenfield High by Maree Anderson caught my attention because of its tagline – a cyborg love story. I’ve heard of a few books exploring cyborgs and love, but none of them had really caught my attention. I read the description and decided that yes, I would get this (FREE!) book.
Freaks of Greenfield High has two main protagonists – Jay (a cyborg lady) and Tyler (a social outcast teenage boy). For the most part, we see Jay’s integration into high school life to better hide from the people who are chasing her. While she’s a skilled mimic, she doesn’t really understand how to handle the advances of rudely flirtatious boys. While they see each other briefly in the office before school, our protagonists don’t meet until their first period biology class over the dissection of a frog. It gets a bit embarrassing from there – especially when Jay realizes that her emotions are evolving. Continue reading →
Hey all! I’m trying to get back up in the saddle for the blogging thing. I really do have bunch of them lined up. I think there’s over ten in my saved drafts. Some of which I’ve been working on since JANUARY. Really, the focus issues are doing fine, right? NO.
Its been awhile since I’ve had two book reviews in a row. July 2013 I think, right after I got my Kindle.
And this is a first for my reviews! As the cover art says, Rewritten II: Veracity, this book is the follow up to Rewritten I: Fallacy.
So I’m going to go ahead and do this now, if you’ve not read the first book, go read it, it’s amazing. Then read Veracity and come read this blog. There may be spoilers for both books after this point, tread with caution.Continue reading →