When high school teacher, Brittany Elsen, contacted me about her school’s Project Read-A-Lot program, I was thrilled to donate some copies of Fate’s Fables. Finding it difficult to get students reading, New Prague High School came to the conclusion that “the best route to igniting a passion for reading among their students was through their peers.” The
Check out my guest post on Worlds of the Imagination to see how I generated some of the ideas for Fate’s Fables whenever they ran low. And here’s a little secret I didn’t share in the article. When my tried and true methods for coming up with ideas don’t work, I use this bottled light.
I’m not sure if I’ll ever get used to that jittery, excited trepidation I’m always filled with whenever I’m notified of a review. When I saw the Readers’ Favorite notice in my inbox, I grew doubly nervous because this was my first editorial review. I’m not sure how long my finger hovered over the mouse
Steveston is a pretty magical place. The village is not only scenic and full of charm, it’s where my favorite TV show Supernatural is often filmed, as well as the fantasy hit, Once Upon A Time. AND it’s where Fate’s Fables is being sold at Village Books and Coffee House. So it kind of came as no surprise
I enjoyed the first Thor movie, but I wasn’t overly excited about it. However, the newly released movie trailer for the sequel looks over the top! A new villain threatens to plunge the universe back into darkness (bringing much epic destruction), Thor is forced to ally with his crafty brother Loki (an interesting character I’m