Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Review: Pulled



Title: Pulled
Author: A. L. Jackson

Summary:
Melanie Winters and Daniel Montgomery shared a love they believed bonded them together for life.  After the tragic loss of their daughter, overwhelming grief and misguided guilt distorts the truth, and their relationship ends in unanswered questions.
For nine years, they drift through life, each unable to forget the one who holds their heart.   
Now, when their lives again intersect, will the power that drew them together be enough to heal the wounds from their past?
Pulled is a story of attraction and separation, of destiny and duty, of a love so strong it refuses to give up even when all others have.
Review:
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
So… when I got this book, I really had no idea what is was about, and went to read the summary. I was expecting something more like contemporary romance, but there was some weird things going on.
The story is about a woman and man, who as teenagers fell in love, got pregnant and then lost their child when she was born too early. This can be a very devastating thing. I had a miscarriage after having two children of my own, and that alone was devastating. I cannot fathom the emotions that would have run through me at carrying the child to five or six months and then giving birth, only for the baby to die. (I had my daughter when I was 16, and so I could seriously relate to some of the things in this story)
Then they separate due to parental issues and grief, etc. Only to run into one another 9 years later. It was almost like a case of fate. And that could have gone great in this story line- to have some paranormal aspect. Because they had some STRANGE connection.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Feature Follow


Q: What writing device or trick most irritates you when reading a book? For example, if an author employs an omnipotent narrator that is sometimes considered bad form.

A. Im going for the same thing that Im sure Many are... Insta-Love. Its ridiculous. Also- Im getting SO tired of triangles. I want to know WHO the person is in love with... and I feel like it takes away from the "love" if the MC loves more than 1 person. Or cant choose.


Let me know if you are a new follower so I can follow you back :)

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Things you NEED to know!

Ok- Here is a list of 4 things that YOU should KNOW!

#1- I have Added POWER, my debut New Adult (Mature YA) Paranormal Romance Novel to Goodreads, SO you should go Add it to your TBR list!!! (Click the Picture)

#2. I will be participating in my first BLOG HOP- The Fall in Love Blog Hop from 11/01-11/09 and will be giving away ANY book from the Book Depository under $10 USD. So make sure to come by during that time to enter my giveaway!!

#3. I Created an Author Page on Facebook, so if you havent gone on over to LIKE me, PLEASE do!(Click the Picture)
#4. I got to see the rough draft photos for the Cover of POWER and O.M.G.!!!!!!
Im amazed and CANNOT wait until it is ready!!!



Things are happening people! If you want to be a part of a blog hop/book tour once I release it, let me know! (if you havent already... I already have like 8 bloggy buddies so far willing to participate!)



Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Review: The Lost Prince

Title: The Lost Prince
Author: Julie Kagawa

Summary:
"Don’t look at Them. Never let Them know you can see Them.That is Ethan Chase’s unbreakable rule. Until the fey he avoids at all costs—including his reputation—begin to disappear, and Ethan is attacked. Now he must change the rules to protect his family. To save a girl he never thought he’d dare to fall for.Ethan thought he had protected himself from his older sister’s world—the land of Faery. His previous time in the Iron Realm left him with nothing but fear and disgust for the world Meghan Chase has made her home, a land of myth and talking cats, of magic and seductive enemies. But when destiny comes for Ethan, there is no escape from a danger long, long forgotten."
Review:
I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
I must say, I was thrilled… beyond exsited to receive this ARC! I was very late on jumping onto the Kagawa Bandwagon, and only just read The Iron Fey series a few months ago.
I fell IN LOVE!
I love Ash, and Puck and Meghan! I love them all! And Ethan, though he was Meghans whole reason for doing everything she did, we didn’t see him much at all.
The Lost Prince is ALL about Ethan. It doesn’t start where the Iron Fey stopped, its actually years in the future, when Ethan is a teenager… a broody, mysterious, fey-seeing teenager. But he doesn’t want to see them, he wants to stay away from them, so they will leave him alone. Its just not that easy.
THEY know who he is. That he is the Iron Queens brother, so they think he can help them when something starts making them disappear.
I even enjoyed the love interest! As always, Kagawa makes you love the characters, every single one!!
To enjoy The Lost Prince, you should read the Iron Fey series first, though you don’t HAVE to.
Rating: 4 Stars!!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Wicked Rose Book Tour


Wicked Rose Book Tour


Title: Wicked Rose
Author: Madalynn Davis
Summary:
Still reeling from her father's murder, sixteen-year-old Noelle Hart returns to Whisper Preparatory Academy, an exclusive private boarding school in the sleepy town of Whisper, Connecticut. She tries to move on with her life, but things get off to a rocky start. Arguing with friends, dodging the overbearing Headmaster, and staying out of her nemesis' line of fire are almost her undoing. ​Until she meets Gabriel Merriweather. ​Over night, Noelle's luck takes a turn for the better. For the first time in her life, Noelle is the girl that every other girl at school wants to be. Once and for all, Noelle is able to step out of her older, perfect sister's shadow and be the center of attention. At last, her world is perfect. ​But, all good things must come to an end. ​When one of her friends is brutally murdered, Noelle becomes the prime suspect. Noelle's world is turned upside down when she learns that a secret sisterhood known as the Hive may be responsible for her friend's death and others. If Noelle and Gabriel cannot fight their way through the labyrinth of lies and secrets surrounding the Hive, then she may be next.

Find it:
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Author Interview with Madalynn Davis

1. What made you decide you wanted to be a writer?
I have always loved to read and to write.  From an early age, I knew that I wanted to write a book one day.  I always assumed that I would be one of those gray haired writers who waited to write their first novel until much later in life.  But, a health scare in my twenties made me realize that tomorrow is not promised.  So, there is no better time than the present to realize your dreams.

2. How did you come up with the idea for Wicked Rose?
I would love to say something romantic like it came to me in a dream or something like that.  But, honestly, I just sat down at my desk one day and started writing.  The story just evolved from there.

3.      How did you feel after finishing your first book?
I wrote Wicked Rose over a couple of years and during those years, I experienced a series of life changes (ie:  health scares, transitioning from working full time to being unemployed, becoming a full time student again, etc.).  After all of that, I felt a sense of relief and accomplishment mixed with a little bit of fear regarding how the book would be received.

4.      Who is our favorite author and why?
Well, that’s a difficult question.  It is really difficult to narrow it down to one person.  I have a pretty eclectic palate but if I had to name a few, the list would have to have Maya Angelou, Jane Austen, Alice Walker, Charles Dickens, Gayle Forman, and Toni Morrison.

5.      Who is your favorite book character?
Another difficult question.  I honestly could not narrow it down to one character.  I identify with the underdog or someone who is forced to overcome some type of personal struggle or tragedy that ultimately shapes them into the person that they will become.  I definitely like a character with layers—someone flawed or a little scarred but who still keep pressing on.   Personally, I think that those qualities work together to create the best characters and people in general.

6.         Where do you get your inspiration from?
I love to people watch.  I generally draw a lot of inspiration simply from watching how  people interact with one another.

7.      What is the best advice you can give to aspiring authors?
Never give up your dream of becoming a writer.  Never.

8. How would you describe yourself in 5 words or less?
Tenacious, kind, gracious, funny, and patient.

 
Author Bio

Madalynn Davis is not your ordinary Southern Belle.  As an author, science teacher, and law school graduate, Madalynn wears many hats.  But, even in the midst of it all, she never forgot two of her first loves:  reading and writing.  When Madalynn is not teaching or preparing for the Bar exam (cringe), she can be found sitting in a quiet corner revising one of her current manuscripts and furiously scribbling down ideas that will hopefully turn into a new book.  Madalynn currently lives in Texas.   Wicked Rose is her first published novel.


Email:  ContactMadalynn@gmail.com
Website:  www.MadalynnDavis.com
Twitter:  @MadalynnDavis
Facebook:  www.Facebook.com/AuthorMadalynnDavis
Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/MadalynnDavis



You can see my review on goodreads, HERE.

Monday, October 22, 2012

My Weekend...

So… This weekend was Super busy.
Saturday we went to my nieces birthday party, which was super cool. We went to this place where you paint Bisque (like Clay) and then they fire it and glaze it to make it shiny pretty pottery, painted by you!
Super cool idea, and I plan on taking my daughter there to make/paint Christmas gifts for the grandparents!!
Then my daughter had a dentist appointment and they want to pull out one of her back molars because of an infection in the gums. So sad!!
But THEN I went to a photo shoot so that my buddy friend/photographer could take pictures of a gorgeous lady for the cover of my debut novel, POWER.
This is SO exciting! I know ive talked about how to make an ebook cover before… but really, I don’t know how long it will take! We did the photos, and I just barely glanced through them while there (some of them are UH-MAZING!!!) but then they have to be edited, and then the font needs to go on. I need to figure out what to put on the back, and the spine and everything.
So… Im super excited!!
Im hoping to be able to release POWER on November 15th! That’s the plan anyways. If you want to be a part of a book tour (I already have a list of a few bloggy friends for this) but just let me know!!! You can email me at theresamcrocker(at)gmail[dot]com. (Yes… my email is still Crocker- my maiden name. That will be changing soon though)
I would LOVE for YOU to be a part of a book tour to help get the word out about the release of POWER. So email me!

Cover reveal to come soon!

Friday, October 19, 2012

Review: Starters



Title: Starters
Author: Lissa Price

Summary:
HER WORLD IS CHANGED FOREVER
Callie lost her parents when the Spore Wars wiped out everyone between the ages of twenty and sixty. She and her little brother, Tyler, go on the run, living as squatters with their friend Michael and fighting off renegades who would kill them for a cookie. Callie's only hope is Prime Destinations, a disturbing place in Beverly Hills run by a mysterious figure known as the Old Man.
He hires teens to rent their bodies to Enders—seniors who want to be young again. Callie, desperate for the money that will keep her, Tyler, and Michael alive, agrees to be a donor. But the neurochip they place in Callie's head malfunctions and she wakes up in the life of her renter, living in her mansion, driving her cars, and going out with a senator's grandson. It feels almost like a fairy tale, until Callie discovers that her renter intends to do more than party—and that Prime Destinations' plans are more evil than Callie could ever have imagined. . . .
Review:
This book is not the typical YA dystopian novel, though it is similar to many. The story is told by our protagonist, Callie, who is a 16 year old unclaimed minor. This is not a good thing. See, after the Spore Wars, everyone between the ages of 20-60 were killed because they didn’t receive the vaccine in time. So now every person under the age of 19 is either a claimed (has a living relative older than 60 who claims them) or unclaimed minor. The Claimed minors are free to do as they please, and are not allowed to work- since before the war a law was implemented that no one under 19 could work due to the older people living longer and needing the jobs (people lived into their 200s now)
But Callie has no one, except her brother, Tyler, who is a sickly 7 year old. And her whole mission in life is to keep him safe and try to help him get better. She also has her friend, Michael, who is another unclaimed minor who stays with them and they work together.
Then you have Prime Destinations and the Old Man. Prime Destinations is a company that has found a way to let old people rent the bodies of younger people. They say they will get paid large amounts of money for just letting an older person rent their body for a short time.
This is very beneficial to Callie, who cannot work and has no money and wants to save her brother. But little does she know these people are not what they seem.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Review and Giveaway- A Puppets Secret



Title : The Puppets Secret
Author: Alex Samms

Summary:
A story of a middle-aged woman finding that reality and insanity border on a fine line.
A tale of romance that never was and the consequences one must pay for the choices one makes. What happens is unexpected and keeps you wanting more.

Review:
I received an ARC from the author for an honest review.
I must also mention that this is a very short story.
So… If you know anything about me and my choice of stories, its that I rarely enjoy short stories. I like  LONG novels, and if it’s a series, it’s a plus. The longer the story, the better.
This was very short. Took me about… ten minutes to read.
It was a little confusing at first, I couldn’t tell who was talking or not. There is very little dialogue, everything is internal monologue. The story starts out with an older woman who hates life, and then goes into why she hates it.
She explains herself, the best she can, about when and why her life fell apart.
She had a secret… one she kept quiet her whole life. And though she knew what was right and wrong, she felt as if on the brink of insanity… It was an interesting read, to say the least.
So… really I have no sympathy for anyone in her predicament (I don’t want to spoil anything). Though the writing was solid, I just didn’t feel any connection or sympathy for the Main character.
If you are in the mood for a quick, thought-provoking story, you should check this one out.
Rating: 3 Stars

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Update on MY BOOKS! Time to Self-Pub!

So, I haven’t actually given an update on my books in over a month. Yes, I have mentioned little things here and there, but not an actual update. And I think it’s important, because this weekend I went to Veronica Roth’s blog and read back BEFORE she even had an agent to follow her journey and see how she did it. And it was exciting and great to read.
And maybe, years from now, I will have an agent, with a publisher and several books published and people will want to know how I did it.
So... here it goes.
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I updated my Query and tried Querying Agents again… and since then, I have received only rejections. And I’m pretty tired of it.  I also noticed one of my FAV indie authors (Samantha Young) now has an agent and is traditional publishing her adult novel, On Dublin Street. And it made me feel even more certain of my descision to self publish.
I know I have talked time and again about Self publishing vs Traditional Publishing...but I’m tired of just waiting, when I know how to self publish… SO, that’s what I’m going to do.

Yesterday I took the day off work and spent the entire day writing. Why? Because it is hard to be a mom and a wife, a daughter, an employee, a SOMETHING for everyone, but nothing just for me. And I needed a day off.
So I took it and I wrote 9000 words in HOPE, book 2 in the Descendent Trilogy.
9000 words in ONE DAY!!! J
This was, by far, the most I had ever written in one day!
Now HOPE is at 48,000 words.
Also, I added 1000 extra words to POWER, book 1, just adding a few things here and there that I thought should be in it.
POWER is now at 78,000 words and is complete.
So… that’s the word count and stuff…

On Sunday we are having a photo shoot with the model for my book cover. Im super excited about this, because this is the only thing I need in order to self publish.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Review: Exiled


Exiled

Title: Exiled 
(Immortal Essence Series)
Author: RaShelle Workman
Exiled (Immortal Essence, #1)

Summary:
Worlds divided them. Chance brought them together. Only love will save them.
An alien princess exiled to Earth.
An arrogant boy.
One week to get back to her planet or she'll die.
And, her only chance for survival? She must help the boy find his soul mate.
Piece of cake!

Review:
First off, check out the cover! They have recently changed the cover (to the second, smaller one I have show) but both are VERY pretty!! But I think I like the original better.

So, I have to say that I was extremely impressed by this book. You never know what kind of book you will actually get when you buy a free book… and I had never heard of this author before, so I really didn’t have any idea what it would be like.

The story is about an alien princess named Venus, who is exiled to earth on false charges, and the only way she can go home is if she can help a certain human find his soul mate and fall in love. And she has to get home soon, because Earth’s atmosphere will kill her within a week.

But it isn’t that easy, there is an alien already on Earth (he is kind of in hiding… kind of.) and he is supposed to kill her.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Review- Kindred

Title: Kindred
(Darkwoods Trilogy #2)
Author: J.A. Redmerski
Summary:
Isaac Mayfair is hiding a dark secret. And just when Adria Dawson thinks the worst of her life among the werewolf world is over, she learns the secret that can rip her and Isaac's love apart. Adria must come to terms with what the truth means for her. What it means for her life and how much time she has left to live it. She must choose between two different fates, neither of which can offer life as a certainty.

As if Isaac's betrayal isn't enough, Adria learns that there are things out there older and more powerful than werewolves could ever be. An archaic entity known only to few as the Praverian, unlike anything Adria has ever known or heard of.

As Adria struggles with her own fateful dilemmas, she must also try to find out why the Praverian is so interested in her and do everything in her power to stay out of its way.

Review:
Let me start by saying I really like this cover! Way better than the cover of book #1. (though the girl looks a lot like Nina Dobrev from the Vampire Diaries TV show)
This book starts 3 months after The Mayfair Moon (see my review HERE) stops.
Adria and Isaac are still together, and trying to make their way through this supernatural life. In Mayfair Moon- Adria was attacked and kidnapped by the Big Bad-Viktor Vargas, and is living with a secret that he is still alive. She doesn’t want to damage Isaac, or cause him pain in knowing that his father doesn’t love him enough to keep him safe… so she keeps it to herself. But was that all that happened when he kidnapped her? Or did something more happen?
As things start changing, she starts getting nauseous and blacking out, and having these weird anxiety-like attacks, (don’t worry shes not pregnant…lol) She wonders if Viktor did more. She fears that he blood bonded her to himself.
On the other side- Isaac has his own secrets hidden.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Review- Sweet Venom


Title: Sweet Venom
(Medusa Girls #1)
Author: Tera Lynn Childs

Summary:
Grace just moved to San Francisco and is excited to start over at a new school. The change is full of fresh possibilities, but it’s also a tiny bit scary. It gets scarier when a minotaur walks in the door. And even more shocking when a girl who looks just like her shows up to fight the monster.

Gretchen is tired of monsters pulling her out into the wee hours, especially on a school night, but what can she do? Sending the minotaur back to his bleak home is just another notch on her combat belt. She never expected to run into this girl who could be her double, though.

Greer has her life pretty well put together, thank you very much. But that all tilts sideways when two girls who look eerily like her appear on her doorstep and claim they’re triplets, supernatural descendants of some hideous creature from Greek myth, destined to spend their lives hunting monsters.


Review:
Well… I have heard of Tera Lynn Childs' mermaid books, but still haven’t read them. Then when I saw this one on a Kindle freebie list, I snatched it up.
The story follows three sisters, triplets, who are descendents of the Gorgon Medusa… however, they didn’t know about it at first. Their duty is to save the human world from “beasties” and send them back to their realm. Along the way, they have to figure out not only how to be “Huntresses” but also sisters…
When I started reading this, at first I was kinda disappointed. Firstly, I didn’t like Grace at all. She was annoying and petty, and a coward with no back bone. And I didn’t like reading from her POV.
Then came Gretchen, the badass super strong sister, who has been hunting since she was… TWELVE!! (what?)
And Gretchen and Grace find each other and try to figure what the heck is going on. Until they realize there are actually THREE of them… so they find Greer.
Greer is spoiled and lame and I didn’t like her either.
BUT- then things changed about…75% through the book.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Review: Mayfair Moon


The Mayfair Moon

Title: Mayfair Moon

Author: J.A. Redmerski

Summary:
After a nightmarish encounter with a werewolf, seventeen-year-old Adria Dawson loses her sister, but gains the love of a mysterious young man and his legendary family.
Strange and tragic things begin to happen in the small town of Hallowell, Maine: residents come down with an unexplainable ‘illness’ and some disappear. In the midst of everything, Isaac Mayfair is adamant about keeping Adria safe, even from her sister whom he has warned her to stay away from.
As unspeakable secrets unfold all around Adria, impossible choices become hers to bear. Ultimately, no matter what path she takes, her life and the lives of those she loves will be in peril. As she learns about the werewolf world she also learns why her place in it will change the destinies of many

Review:
So… Ive had this book for a while. I bought it when I saw it on a freebie list but didn’t read it. Then I saw it on a Goodreads giveaway, and still didn’t read it. Finally, when I had nothing else to really read, I started reading it, and Im so glad I did.

I was very pleasantly surprised by it.

I was skeptical at first. It was very Twilight-ish, with the weak human girl and the strong inhuman man (though werewolf, not vampire) and he was “too selfish” to leave her for her own good, though he kept saying he should. And there was a big bad somebody who wanted her… blah blah. It sounds dumb, but it was actually very good.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Book Reviews- Honest or Mean? Nice or Fake?

So… Recently I joined a Book Tour, my FIRST ever, and I was SUPER excited.
But then something happened. The book was pretty disappointing! Now, if you come here and ever see my reviews, you would notice that I RARELY rate something low. I mean, c’mon, I haven’t posted even ONE 1 Star review, and only ONE 2 star review.
Any book that is good- gets a 3 Star review. If it’s GREAT it’s 4, and if its Absolutely AMAZING in every way and I will read it more than once, its 5.
But this book was NOT good. It read like a rough draft. There were SO many problems with it that I felt bad writing the review. And I kept thinking, what I would I do if I got a review like this on my book?
 
It was honest, and not mean, but… probably hurt the author’s feelings, HARD Core.

SO-

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Cover Reveals!

First is Tidal, the third book in the Watersong Series by Amanda Hocking!!
CAN NOT WAIT!!



And next is The Elite, Kiera Cass's sequel to The Selection, which I LOVE!




Holy cow people,
I SOOO cannot wait!

Both of these covers are GORGEOUS!!!!!

Friday, October 5, 2012

Feature Follow #19


The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs! 

Q. What do you hope to accomplish with your blog? Is it to one day become an author yourself, just for fun, maybe get some online attention, or maybe something very different?
A. I first heard about book bloggers after reading a post by Amanda Hocking. She said that it was the book bloggers that really made her sales for her books soar! So I thought... I want to publish a book (I had already been working on POWER, my first book, by that time) And how great would it be if I already had a blog and followers before I actually published!

Now- I just hope that some of you amazing bloggers, will read and review my book, when I finally publish it. (hopefully very soon!!!)


what about you?
Let me know if you are a new follower, and Ill come follow you back

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Query Letters- How to write one...

Query Letters...What are they?
Why are they important?
And... how the heck do you write one??


A query letter is a single page formal cover letter, that introduces you and your book to a literary (or magazine) agents, publishing houses or companies.
That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less. It’s not a resume. It’s not rambling saga of your life as an aspiring writer.
Seems simple enough, right?
But no... There is a formula you should use, if you want your letter to be a successful one and truly capture the interest of the person you are querying.
Good query letters are only one page
Query letter breakdown by paragraph:
1.            Introduction: explain why you are contacting our agency. Were you referred? Why are we the agency for this project?
2.            Manuscript pitch/ the hook: what is your novel or nonfiction proposal?
You should be able to summarize your novel or nonfiction project in a one pitch sentence or in one short paragraph—like a summary on the back cover of a book.
If you can’t, then the publisher won’t be able to either, so it won’t sell.
For me, this is one of the hardest parts, so here are some examples:
House of Sand and Fog
When Massoud Amir Behrani, a former colonel in the Iranian military, sinks his remaining funds into a house he buys at auction, he unwittingly puts himself and his family on a trajectory to disaster; the house once belonged to Kathy Nicolo, a self-destructive alcoholic, who engages in legal, then personal confrontation to get it back.

Bridges of Madison County
When Robert Kincaid drives through the heat and dust of an Iowa summer and turns into Francesca Johnson's farm lane looking for directions, the world-class photographer and the Iowa farm wife are joined in an experience that will haunt them forever.
The Kite Runner
An epic tale of fathers and sons, of friendship and betrayal, that takes us from Afghanistan in the final days of the monarchy to the atrocities of the present.

The Da Vinci Code
A murder in the silent after-hour halls of the Louvre museum reveals a sinister plot to uncover a secret that has been protected by a clandestine society since the days of Christ.
3.            Credentials: for fiction, what is your writing background, stories sold, programs attended, mentors, awards, etc. For nonfiction, Why are you the person to write this book? What are your credentials?

Monday, October 1, 2012

Cover Reveal and Giveaway




Title: On Raven’s Wings
Author: Isobel Lucas

Summary:
Mary Joseph's family is going through a financial crisis and now she's forced to finish out senior year at the local public school. In an effort to erase her Catholic school girl image, she joins a rock band, gets a makeover from her best friend, and changes her name to Raven.
Ian, the hottest guy in school, notices her and she's plunged into a world she never expected to enter. His kisses are as steamy as his body, but Raven doesn't know if he's telling her the truth about his bizarre family or if he's just saying anything to convince her to go all the way.

When disaster hits Raven's family, she has to make a decision: ignore Ian's wild claims or take a leap of faith.

On Raven's Wings is the first episode in a series of five novelettes (10,000 - 15,000 words) releasing every two weeks starting October 23rd. Due to sex and language, this is recommended for readers 17 and up.

Review:
Let me start by saying that I don’t normally like short stories because… well they are too short. I like LONG stories, and series, with several books, so that the story can continue!  

But, when I heard about this new series from this new author, I decided that since it is a series of short stories, it would probably equal one whole story and I would enjoy it.

Anyways, On Ravens Wings starts with you learning about Mary, who is the new kid in her first public High School. See, she has always gone to a private Catholic school. But now she wants to shed that “catholic school girl” image and just be herself.

With the help from her new BFF, Trinity, she joins a band, finds a new hot guy, and transforms.
There is humor and is exactly like what a teenager’s life would be. It felt very real.

Towards the end, you find out some serious revelations that will change Ravens life forever.
I thoroughly enjoyed this first episode, and am anxiously awaiting the next installment!!

Rating: 3.5 Stars. Its a good story so far and I cant wait to see where it goes.




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