Book Review

The Chronicles of Hawthorn: A Magical Fantasy Adventure From the desk of Reedsy Discovery. Check out my profile here. SYNOPSIS An ancient prophecy. A deadly enemy. A young girl’s fight to save her people and her own soul. 4 books. 800+ pages of magical fantasy that spell fast-paced adventure. Follow Flynn Hawthorn on her magical…

Why Reading Is Important

and not for everyone... Since Rowling invented the world of Harry Potter and Poe wrote his first sentences, there has been an everlasting debate on whether or not reading fantasy is useful or even meaningful. What is the point of creating new worlds that don’t fit into today’s modern norms? Or worlds that are archaic…

Making Your Reading Goals Matter

Why is it that we often get into a habit where reading becomes less of a necessity of continued education and more of a hobby for general interested that can be put off until it’s time to relax and unwind? This happens so much more often than it should. We set aside our reading until…

UPCOMING BOOK RELEASE!

Hello everyone, I'm incredibly excited to announce the launch of my book series The Jesse Stone Case Files with the first release of Tainted in October, 2019. We are please to announce that we will be hosting an in-person launch party at Case De Sotos in High Point. Because of space limitations, we are limiting…

Finding Your Writing Voice: Article Review

Written by Gabrielle Goodloe. Edited by Maggie Burleson. Article Resource: https://writerswrite.co.za/how-do-you-find-your-writing-voice/ This might seem a little obvious, but your personality will factor into your writing, even if you’re writing something academic. It’s not enough to just write the same way you talk because speaking involves so much more than just words. Think about the last…

What Makes A Book Sell?

This story was co-written by Maggie Burleson and Gabrielle Goodloe. The Article was edited by Ana Darhma. It's a little late today, but better late than never! I apologize for the late post, I've been under the weather. Labels are the definition of all societies; they’re the things that can make or break our success…