Creativity. It’s often an elusive muse, and often is silent for days, weeks, months, or <gasp!> years. But not to worry. As a writer, we all have sources of inspiration and I’m going to share a few with you in this post.
The Darkness That Becomes Us | Dark Flash Fiction Book Recommendation
Looking for a new genre to read? Need a book that’s a little spooky?
Then I recommend The Darkness That Becomes Us: a collection of dark flash fiction by D. M. Pearson.
Take a look at the author’s blog, where she provides a few flash fiction stories from The Darkness to whet your appetite for these chilling tales.
Halloween Cozy Mystery Books | ProsePlanner’s TBR Recommendations
With October finally here, I’m finding myself adding to my list of cozy mystery books that I’d like to read.
Below are a Halloween-themed cozy mysteries that I can’t wait to read:
Halloween Party Murder by LeighAnn Dobbs
Death of a Neighborhood Witch by Laura Levine.
A Halloween Homicide by Tonya Kappes.
How I got my book reviewed | Harvest and Haunt
In a recent blog post, I discussed how I started using getbooksreviewed.com to try to get a few book reviews for a Cozy Mystery that I’d written last year. So far, the process is going quite well and I’ve received several book reviews for Harvest and Haunt (An Autumn Cozy Paranormal Mystery) over the last few weeks. Overall, I’m getting about 1 book review about every other week, which is a lot more than expected.
I’ve received 7 reviews in 7 weeks! Below are a few of the positive reviews that I’ve received thus far.
This kind of positive feedback makes the process of writing and publishing your own books worth the effort and I love knowing that my book made someone smile!