The Path Keeper by N.J. Simmonds is a thrilling story of love and loss, driven by a greater force that brings people together as the world simultaneously tears them apart. Simmonds writing flows like poetry, each sentence meticulously crafted. Although the piece is artful as a whole, there’s an underlying tension to it that cannot be … Continue reading Bookworm Reviews: The Path Keeper
I have big news for everyone . . . I’m going to be at BookCon 2019! I’m super excited to be selling and signing my books at the Javits Center again this June 1st and 2nd, and I can’t wait to meet all of you! This year, I’m going to be sharing a booth with … Continue reading Meet Me at BookCon 2019!
The end of the year is here, and that means it’s resolution time! December 31st of 2017, I created a list of five resolutions that I wanted to accomplish during 2018. Let’s take a look and see how I did! If you would like to see me talk about these in person, you can watch … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions 2019
Well, today is the last day of National Novel Writing Month. To recap what Nanowrimo is, thousands of writers all around the world challenge themselves to write 50k words in one month (roughly 1670 words a day). Throughout the 30 days, there are virtual and in-person write-ins scheduled to help you stay you on-track. It’s … Continue reading End of Nanowrimo: So, What Happened?
Title: The Impossible Girl Author: Lydia Kang Genre: Mystery Review: The Impossible Girl spins a dark, edge-of-your-seat mystery that revolves around corpse theft but somehow still manages to be beautifully written. The book revolves around Cora Lee, who lives a double-life as both herself and her "brother," Jacob. Cora is known as a smart, young girl with … Continue reading Bookworm Reviews: The Impossible Girl
It is the one year anniversary of The Scavenger and I can hardly believe it. I remember for months counting down the day that my debut novel went live on Amazon. 365 days later, the excitement of seeing my book in my reader's hands still hasn't left. I learn new things every day and I couldn't have … Continue reading One Year Anniversary and Epilogue: The Scavenger
On October 25th, 2018, I had my first book signing at Barnes & Noble. If you had told me last October that in a year's time I would be signing copies of The Scavenger among so many talented authors I would've thought you were joking. This past year has been such a wild ride. With Missing Her in the … Continue reading My First Barnes & Noble Signing: Vlog, Photos, and More!
I'm so excited to be on One Hour Proofreading's blog as a featured author! Check out their article here! Also, just a reminder that my Barnes & Noble signing is this Thursday, October 25th, from 6:30-8:30! Check out all the info here! Very exciting stuff going on . . . 🙂
I have some very exciting news I would like to share with you guys! As you've probably already read from the title, I'm doing a book signing at Barnes & Noble! In addition to having copies of The Scavenger available for purchase, I'll also be moderating a Q&A session with some other YA authors including Rob Vlock, … Continue reading I’m Signing Books at Barnes & Noble!
The time has finally come for me to officially announce the title and blurb of my new book! I am so excited for you guys to read this new book 🙂 And the title is (drumroll) . . . Missing Her Tada! Missing Her is a YA paranormal thriller. Here's the blurb: Vanessa Stockton and … Continue reading New Title and Blurb Release