Saturday, March 29, 2014

Miss Mabel’s School for Girls by Katie Cross

I am so excited to announce that Miss Mabel’s School for Girls by the awesome and talented Katie Cross is finally available. Katie is a great person who is always there to provide kind words of wisdom and inspiration for a fellow blogger in need. Her blog is awesome and so is her personality. I just bought my copy of Miss Mabel’s School for Girls and can’t wait to get stuck in. 

Book Blurb
Never underestimate the power of a determined witch.

Letum Wood is a forest of fog and deadfall, home to the quietly famous Miss Mabel’s School for Girls, a place where young witches learn the art of magic.

Sixteen-year-old Bianca Monroe has inherited a deadly curse. Determined to break free before it kills her, she enrolls in the respected school to confront the cunning witch who cast the curse: Miss Mabel.

Bianca finds herself faced with dark magic she didn’t expect, with lessons more dangerous than she could have ever imagined. Will Bianca have the courage to save herself from the curse, or will Miss Mabel’s sinister plan be too powerful?

Miss Mabel’s School for Girls is the first novel in The Network Series, an exciting new fantasy collection. A gripping tale about the struggle to survive, it will take you to a new place and time, one you’ll never want to leave.

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

No A-Z for me, but I'm still cheering for you (IWSG)

I have decided not to take part in the A-Z challenge this year. I simply don’t have the mental energy for it this year and I really want to spend more time developing my writing. I think I have a unique vision and voice that needs to be channeled into a coherent thought, which at this time still eludes me, but I might find it through trying more writing styles, genres and even changing points of view. I have even decided to go back to writing my stories in longhand first, before typing it into the computer. That used to be my process before I became lazy and decided to type everything on the computer.

Just because I’m not participating in the challenge, doesn’t mean I won’t be visiting the rest of your blogs and lending support. I will be an eager cheerleader for your creativity and bravery as always.

The Insecure Writers Support Group was created by the wonderfully talented Mr Alex J. Cavanaugh, so that writers could communicate to others the fears and insecurities that they might have. You can visit Alex Here, or if you want to join us in discussing our insecurities on the first Wednesday of each month, you are welcome to join by going Here.

Not quite myself

I have no idea why, but I have not been feeling like myself. Even being in my own skin feels alien.  The good news is that I still managed t...