The great, the terrible, and the OMFG-WHY of POVs and Age Genres #IndieMonth2017 #giveaway #BookRecommendations
Perspective. Everyone needs some. And every story is supported by at least one. First or third, limited or omniscient, present tense or past, the perspective an author uses lays the foundation for how a reader will perceive the characters. Equally as important, although nowhere near as straightforward, is the age-focus consideration of a story. Does a book target young teens? College freshmen, or maybe seniors transitioning out into the real world? Some stories, even romances, address themes so mature that no 13-year-old should ever pick them up. So how do we know what we're in for as readers? The genre classifications of Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult romance light the way. Click to [...]
September 14, 2016
Destiny (Brightest Kind of Darkness #3) by P.T. Michelle #BookReview
P.T. Michelle takes us on another great, emotional ride in Destiny. Ethan and Nara continue to grow as characters and as a couple. Darker and even more romantic, the stakes are higher than ever in the third installment in the Brightest Kind of Darkness series. Destiny is, without a doubt, a must-read!
February 17, 2012
Review: Pride’s Run (Wolf’s Pride #1) by Cat Kalen
Pride, a 17 year old werewolf, is pretty much a slave. Kept in a cage, she is only allowed out into the world when her master says so. When an opportunity arises for her to gain her freedom- something she wants more than anything- Pride takes it. But she is being hunted- and it’s not just her master who’s after her…Pride's Run is a GraveTells "must read!"
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