Book Review: A Court of Silver Flames

Spoilers ahead! Do not proceed! You have been warned. Okay, let’s do this. Let’s talk about A Court of Silver Flames, Sarah J. Maas’ newest revolutionary piece of literature, and her stark departure from the young adult series it belongs to. First thing worth mentioning: this book is easily the most Adult Content book I’veContinue reading “Book Review: A Court of Silver Flames”

I Am Not An Author- And Other Lies

I am not an author. But I have written a book. I am not an author. But I have written several books. I am not an author. Because I am not published. I’m sorry- but if you’ve told yourself these things, it’s a load of crap. You have written, and therefore you are a writer.Continue reading “I Am Not An Author- And Other Lies”

The Underrated Lovers to Enemies Trope

Warning: Jennifer Armentrout spoilers ahead. Proceed with caution. By chance, many books that I have been reading as of late are significant in regards to the enemies to lovers trope. And well I do like the enemies to lovers trope I think there’s another, opposite, trope that is even more fascinating and that would beContinue reading “The Underrated Lovers to Enemies Trope”

Bad Guys and Backstories

I recently read a feed on twitter about the negative versus positive aspects of giving a bad guy in a novel a backstory, be it harrowing or not. What’s interesting is there seems to be a fair split between those who find it beneficial or detrimental to the story line to give the reader someContinue reading “Bad Guys and Backstories”

In A World Full of Mediocre Characters, be a Rose

If you haven’t read the Vampire Academy novels, you might want to look away. Have you looked away? I assume not because you are still scanning this page. Well, I hope you have read them, because I am about to examine the character that is Rose Hathaway. Rose Hathaway is one of the most, perhaps,Continue reading “In A World Full of Mediocre Characters, be a Rose”