Book Review: Kijo: Japan’s Most Notorious Female Criminals: Volume One by Tara A. Devlin

I'm pretty picky when it comes to how I consume true crime media. While I, like many others, am interested in the subject matter - the whys and hows things happen - I am also very aware that what I'm viewing is based around real people during the worst moments of their lives. I avoid... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Anoka by Shane Hawk

A promising collection of short stories that intertwines the real life difficulties and prejudices faced by Native Americans with the supernatural. Author Shane Hawk has a good command of imagery that will draw you in and keep you engaged. My particular favorite was "Dead America". You'll want to wear ear plugs when you go to... Continue Reading →

eBook Sale!

My YA fantasy novel, THE KNIGHT’S DAUGHTER, is available for 99 cents on Amazon until September 12th! Fourteen-year-old Mary McThomas is being raised a lady, but she knows she was born to be a knight. It’s an impossible dream, one that almost costs her father his life. After an ambush on their village leaves him... Continue Reading →

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