Perhaps you may have noticed that Song of Sorrow (my novella that is a prequel to Rapunzel) was published on Friday. Here's the cover, because I love it. Luuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeee it, if you will. When I was on vacation at the end of November, I decided to cram in a round of NaNo. That's right,… Continue reading This is how it all went down. . . and cover reveal.
The Shadow Kin possess great abilities. They can sense secrets, foretell your future, and sometimes even control the shadows themselves. But even the Kin aren't immune to fate. For Fallow, the future promises nothing but sorrow. Armed with only the mystical red cloak of the Shadow Kin, she is determined to conquer what's ahead and choose… Continue reading Coming Sooooooonnnnnn…….
My book is on sale! For one day only you can get it for $0.99. After that it raises in price until it's back to normal. You should buy it. Maybe for all of your friends. Have a good one. ~Amanda
You know. I was happily writing This Betraying Flesh. Got stuck. Accidentally wrote a novel, a novella (soon to be novel), a novella, an novella, and plotted out a whole series? You know those slutty little ideas that steal into your mind when you're SUPPOSED to be writing This Betraying Flesh which you've been fighting with for… Continue reading Remember How I Said I Got Slammed By A New Story?
No. No. No, no, no, no. Well yes to that. But no. Here's the deal. If you read my previous thoughts, you'll know that I had issue with those WTF moments. For those of you who many choose to read/ watch the series, I won't tell you the epic of all EPIC WTF'S, BUT WTF,… Continue reading And the final thoughts on Outlander….
...read the Outlander would you too? In order to better understand this post, you probably need to know that there are certain kinds of books I don't really care for. These are: *ghost love stories (though there are two that I love in this genre***) *time-slip novels (because why? it just doesn't appeal to me)… Continue reading If all your friends…
Oh that's right me. I'm pretty sure I'm writing this. . . Life. Life. You know? Life. So for quick, emotionless updates. On being a foster parent: it's hard. On being a daughter: it sucks to have my parents across the country. On being a mommy: awesome. Conflicting I know. But that's how you know… Continue reading Who is this now?
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. Recommended? Yes. Super fun. But, um....duh. The New World by Patrick Ness. Recommended? Yes, if you like and have read The Knife of Never Letting Go. The Marvelous Land of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Recommended? Yes, though the whole (SPOILER) sex change thing at the end was unexpected and weird. The Ordinary… Continue reading August Reads
Now that I have Boyo at my house, my 3-year-old foster son, I have an exciting new way of splitting my TBR. The print reading for me, the audio reading for me, and the print reading for Boyo at bed time. The first time I put him to bed, I decided to try a chapter… Continue reading September TBR
Do you remember my TBR list? Here it is again if you don't. Did I finish it. Please. As. If. No. No, I didn't. But, this is what I did read and whether I recommend them: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Recommended? Yes. It's a fun little story. I'm planning to work… Continue reading July Reads