Today we have another interview for you. Science Fiction and Urban Fantasy writer M. Sydnor Jr. has taken some time out of his busy schedule to tell us a bit about his novel Earth Legend, the first book of the Earth Legend series. Continue reading
To me, reading has always been a sacred pastime, filled with delight and adventure on every page we turn. Of course, not every book out there is a thrill, and some can even read like a computer manual. But with so many great books lurking in the world, how do you know what makes a certain book stand out from the rest? How do you know when a book will be permanently etched within the depths of your brain until the end of time?
Noah and Terri bobbed their heads while the wub-wub-wub-wub of dubstep from the stereo shook the car with each thunderous wave. The picnic basket for the day’s festivities sat between them. They had been driving for what seemed like forever; Terri kicked off her sandals long ago and had her freshly manicured feet protruding from the opened window. After a week of her boss’s bullshit, she needed this little vacation and had to practically beg Noah to take her out on a picnic. And now here they were, not a care in the world, due for a day of fun and relaxation.
Hey guys, we’re going to do something a little different today. Today we have a guest blog post by Ashtyn Stann, who is a obsessively rampaging reader and book blogger. She does awesome book blogging at her website Wonderland’s Reader, and you should follow her on Twitter if you’re not already @AshtynStann. Since she has read *counts on fingers, toes, teeth, blades of grass, loses count* an unbelievable amount of books and reading is her specialty, she’s here to tell us what exactly makes a book good. So cue the overly dramatic drumroll, pop some popcorn, and let’s get this party started. Take it away Ashtyn…