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My current WIP is Numbered, a dystopian romance, set to release next year (date TBD). While we wait, I thought I'd introduce you to the main characters of this novel. Everyone, meet Noelle and Ryder. The year is 2050, and technology has advanced so that people know the exact date of their death and how … Continue reading Numbered, a dystopian romance: Meet Noelle & Ryder
If you’re on my mailing list, you’ve already been alerted that I have some big book news to divulge today (and if you’re not on my mailing list, why not?!? Sign up here, you get a free book!). Are you ready? …. … .. . There’s going to be a sequel to The Road to … Continue reading Big book news!
I am a huge fan of Tim Farrington, having discovered The Monk Downstairs a few years ago, followed by The Monk Upstairs, and then concluding with every other book Farrington has ever written before re-reading the Monk books again (and maybe again). So when I found out he had written another book, I got it … Continue reading Book Crush: ‘The Lazarus Kid,’ by Tim Farrington
Thanks to Disney, most people are familiar with the story of Peter Pan. The universal story is that Peter Pan is a flying boy who lives with his fairy, Tinker Bell, in Neverland, an island that exists second star to the right and straight on ‘til morning. When he loses his shadow in the nursery … Continue reading Loving the Wind: Peter Pan and the blatant racism of 1911
I’m not exactly crushing on The Sea of Tranquility, a novel by Katja Millay. However, I did enjoy reading it enough that I finished it in just a few days. And it’s a long book. Let’s start from the beginning. I did not like the beginning. In fact, I was incredibly irritated with the beginning. … Continue reading Book crush: The Sea of Tranquility
Sometimes a book is so good, you don't want it to end. And when it does, you go through a bit of a mourning period. This is a strange sentiment I'm feeling for a book titled Hell's Children, but it's where I'm at right now. The book starts out with Jack Ferris, a home-schooled kid … Continue reading Book crush: Hell’s Children
I’m about to tell you about the book that almost never was. Every year I write a book for National Novel Writing Month in November. This last year, however, I was stumped. I had just written Reclaim Your Creative Soul, and that book took a lot of energy out of me. I figured I would … Continue reading The book that almost never was
If you're a Kindle reader, Loving the Wind is now available for pre-orders! Even better, it's temporarily discounted to 99 cents! Read the untold story of Tiger Lily and how she met Peter Pan in this fun prequel to J.M. Barrie's Peter & Wendy. bit.ly/lovingthewind Here's what one reviewer said: Crissi’s latest book, “Loving the … Continue reading Pre-order “Loving the Wind: The Story of Tiger Lily & Peter Pan”
Loving the Wind publishes this Thursday, Aug 18! What better way to celebrate than with some free gifts? 🙂 Starting today, I'm counting down to the release of Loving the Wind on my Facebook and Instagram pages with chances to win a signed copy of the book. Want to be a part of the excitement? … Continue reading Days of Giveaways for “Loving the Wind”