Archive for August, 2010

Dreams of Beauty a review for

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Author: Aubrie Dionne

This is a beautiful fairytale full of enchantment and magic created by Aubrie Dionne. It is well written, fast paced, and completely believable.

It begins when a young orphan named Emme visits a desolated manor with her best friends, Stella and Jack, on a rainy day. In this abandoned house she finds (more…)

Five things to do when approaching an agent

Monday, August 16th, 2010

The five things you need to know before you send your manuscript to an agent are:

1-    Don’t send all your manuscript at once. Certainly never send your only copy.

2-   Make sure you read and follow their guidelines.

3-   Make your query letter (more…)

The House of Pendragon review for

Monday, August 16th, 2010

At the end of the first book, we left Lin free from slavery and she has discovered that she is Arthur’s daughter that had been believed dead. In the second book Lin is back in Camelot to meet her mother and the kingdom will never be the same. Her first time with the woman who birthed her was not the most pleasant. Soon enough her stubborn nature had her in trouble with the queen. Needles and giggling girls will never do for the young slave so terribly abused by her own half brother, Modred. The queen is cold and shows no emotion toward her, which hurts Lin deeply. (more…)

Blog Tour “Chocolate Roses”

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

A Jane Eyre Parody by Joan Sowards

This book could be a chapter out of real life for many twenty-seven year-old single LDS girls. The main character, Janie, is a witty, well-rounded woman who grows up with her sister. They live with her aunt who helps everyone else. The aunt is great, but the two girls, who have lost their parents and brother in a car accident, learn to be independent quickly.

Kylee is married and has children while Janie would love to be en her shoes, but her hips are just a touch larger and boys don’t go for her. (more…)