To be a good writer, you need "arts & culture." Staying within the confines of what you know or are used to will make you a stale person, and, by default, a stale writer. Being exposed to flavors and style will open your mind and creativity to so much out there, and honestly, will likely … Continue reading Don’t be stale – be “cultured”
I both liked and disliked Eleanor - which was probably the point.
The book starts off mid-action and does.not.stop.
This book is hideous.
It did not disappoint.
What I enjoyed a lot of the story is the main character, Tea, has powerful skills, so powerful she raises her dead brother from the grave without realizing it, and yet though people celebrate her, they also turn their backs on her.
Seed was a creepy, unnerving book on the curse of familial demonic possession.
I ended up crying while reading a thriller.
Silver in the Wood is a woodsy folktale that harkens to the old gods and mischievous fae.