When children learn to read, they choose books based on their interests. Dinosaurs, super heroes, ocean life, fairies, and adventure stories are all fair game. As they grow, they develop a preference for certain story types. We know them as genres. What happens, though, if you branch out and read outside of your comfort level?
I recently read These Toxic Things by Rachel Howzell Hall. I want to start off by saying this is not my usual genre. It’s billed as a thriller. I typically read fantasy of all types and some historical fiction. Every once in a while, I’ll delve into the world of mysteries (think Agatha Christie type) or gothic paranormal books. A “thriller” is not something I would gravitate toward.
Do you remember my post about my good friend’s book release? Well, it’s almost here! Moon Daughter Rising will be available on January 29th (which also happens to be my mom’s birthday). I was honored to do a little bit of editing on MDR and I can say it had my attention until the end.Continue reading “Enter To Win With The Moon Daughter Rising Release”
What I really want to do is edit this book for Mr. Larson. I can see the potential it has, and can feel how it is so close to being amazing.