The Beautiful Books: Favourites Edition

Unfortunately, Cait @ Paper Fury will no longer be running the "The Beautiful People" writing tag, this is because Cait and Sky @ Futher Up and Further In have become too busy to continue. This is perfectly understandable, especially since Cait is releasing her book-creature, A Thousand Perfect Notes, out into the world on the … Continue reading The Beautiful Books: Favourites Edition

PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

This post is about self-promotion and marketing for Beginner Writers who want to write Genre Fiction or Genre novels, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, fair enough, feel free to pass on this post. This post will be covering basic tips and advice so this post may come across as stating the obvious, however, … Continue reading PSA For Indie Authors – Part 3: Genres and Cover-art

Monthly Forcast: June 2017

Image Description: an image of a bookshelf filled to over-full from an unknown library. The books displayed on the shelves are a mixture of reference books in paperback and hardback formats of various sizes, colours and languages. This is the monthly forecast for June, which includes three reading challenges I probably won't complete, I doubt … Continue reading Monthly Forcast: June 2017

Beautiful Books ~ 2017 Writing Goals

Image Description: A close up picture of a type-writer with the heading of "beautiful books: a link up for writers" up the top of the image. At the bottom of the image is the website urls for Paper Fury and Further Up and Further In What were your writing achievements last year? ~Self-published my first … Continue reading Beautiful Books ~ 2017 Writing Goals

Ambiguous Pieces: End of Year Book Survey for 2016

Number Of Books You Read: 14 Number of Re-Reads: 0 Genre You Read The Most From: Non-Fiction/Memoir 1. Best Book You Read In 2016? Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson 2. Book You Were Excited About & Thought You Were Going To Love More But Didn’t? The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern 3. Most surprising (in … Continue reading Ambiguous Pieces: End of Year Book Survey for 2016

The Twilight School: Bruno's Farewell

Before I begin, I recommend reading these articles first to provide context: ~Hard days of not working by Barry Garner ~Article: Hello, You Beautiful Creature, Barry Garner ~Letter: Flows of Bruno Emotion, Bruno Lettieri ~Letter: Twixt Light and Dark, Marisa Spiller ~Gallery: Farewell to Bruno! ~Queer Without Gender: Survival of Naming by K. A. Cook … Continue reading The Twilight School: Bruno's Farewell

Book Launch: Canis Major by B.R. Kyle

Title: Canis Major (Volume I of the Pushing Boundaries series) Author: B.R. Kyle Social Media: Facebook, Goodreads and Tumblr Publisher: B.R. Kyle via Smashwords (though I want to add here that I had a lot of help from Kim) Format and Price: E-Book at $1.99 About The Author: B.R. Kyle is an emerging feminist writer … Continue reading Book Launch: Canis Major by B.R. Kyle

Book Review: Crooked Words by K. A. Cook

Title: Crooked Words: A Collection of Queer, Transgender and Womanist Writings Author: K. A. Cook Social Media: Goodreads, Patreon and Tumblr Publisher: K. A. Cook via Smashwords Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Format and Price: E-Book for free About The Author: K. A. Cook is a masculine-presenting genderless pansexual feminist queer driven to write … Continue reading Book Review: Crooked Words by K. A. Cook

Monthly Forecast: August 2016

Contemporary kənˈtɛmp(ə)r(ər)i adjective 1. Living or occurring at the same time. "the event was recorded by a contemporary historian" 2. Belonging to or occurring in the present. "the tension and complexities of our contemporary society" noun 1. A person or thing living or existing at the same time as another. "he was a contemporary of … Continue reading Monthly Forecast: August 2016