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September 2, 2018

 When The Chicago Post gets wind of the string of gruesome murders of young girls in reporter Camille Preaker's home town, Wind Gap, Missouri, Camille finds herself thrown back into a place that she had taken pains to escape from. A story riddled with toxic family...

January 24, 2018

As kids we've all sauntered into our designated section of the public library. Nancy Drew? Check. Amelia Bedelia? Check. But there was always something intriguing about the section where the jaguars, and mountains, and doctors were located. There was something beautifu...

January 23, 2018

Technically, yes. But actually, it's more--so much more that the room that I'm writing this post in is going to burst from tension unless I spill the truth. 

January 22, 2018

You really want to know? Well the answer is: a whole lot. 

January 5, 2018

The idea of writing is, undoubtedly, thrilling. I mean, why not? You can organize thoughts that have been floating in the back of your head since the third grade, or unlock a world unknown to man kind! Sometimes, however, this might be overwhelming. There are simply to...

January 5, 2018

Whoo! You've gotten past the tiresome first draft and you barely made it out alive from your book's last fifteen redrafts. I sincerely do hope you don't think it ended there. Oh no, my friend. This is where the race begins.

We've all been there: staring dumbfounded at t...

January 4, 2018

A lot of people want to write poetry, but they don't know where to start or what a "right" poem would look like. For those of you struggling to understand what poetry essentially is and want a better image, I've outlined the basics of writing a poem.

But first things fi...

July 29, 2017

When we think of research, in context of writing a book, we immediately think of medical papers and historical documents that can be used in the creation of a nonfiction book. However, it is important to know that research is indeed applicable to the other realm of wor...

July 23, 2017

The detective novel “The Cuckoo’s Calling” by Robert Galbraith is a mystery novel, written by J.K Rowling. The hero of the Cuckoo’s Calling is Strike (a lumbering bear of a man with “the high, bulging forehead, broad nose and thick brows of a young Beethoven who had ta...

June 25, 2017

“The Girl on the Train” has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since “Gone Girl,” the book still entrenched on best-seller lists two and a half years after publication because nothing better has come along. “The Girl on the Train” has “Gone Girl”-type...

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