My Happiness Project

I know I'm a little behind on the times, but I decided this was my year for self improvement and that means completing "The Happiness Project" by Gretchen Rubin. It's only been two months of committing to better my life through this woman's suggestions, but I've already found them to be useful! As a writer,… Continue reading My Happiness Project


My Year Not Writing

This last year has been one of the craziest and best years of my life. So much has happened and I'm so grateful for everything- the good and the bad. Unfortunately, it forced me to take an extended vacation from writing books (which I was not a fan of!) I won't go into too much… Continue reading My Year Not Writing



This new release from Apostol is sure to keep you on your toes as you follow Zooey Beckett through her treatment at the Undead Ward. Thanks to Zombutexachlorepinol, or more commonly known as the Z-shot, zombies are cured and brought back to life. But all is not as it seems. The staff seems to recoil at the sight of her and the other Undead keep disappearing through a pair of black double doors, never to be seen again. Can Zooey make it through her three weeks of treatment at the hospital to get back home?

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Stephen King’s “Cycle of the Werewolf”

I picked this one up to sell in my bookstore, and luckily someone was nice enough to wait until I was done reading it to purchase it (haha). This was going to be my last time giving old Stephen King a chance. I've read several of his novels, big famous ones too, and just could not ever get into his style of writing. Boy, was I glad I read this one!


The Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling

This play script in the form of a hardback book is a continuation of my favorite series of all time. Though it centers around Harry Potter's son, Albus Severus Potter, Harry is still in the spotlight for much of the story. Since the book only came out a few days ago, I dont want to… Continue reading The Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling