Broke, with no memory, Allie Beckstrom leaps when the criminal magic enforcement division of the police asks her to consult on a missing persons case.
Month: March 2015
Who knew? Poo is pooh or pooh can be poo. I’d be careful in an historical novel, though! Explore more in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
An anthology of 19 stories loosely based on classic fairy tales revolve around a Victorian age when magic is real and Elemental Masters control the powers of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth.
Bookmark this post on capitalization with its rules on where, when, and how to capitalize directions, streets, products, compound words, honorifics, and more in this Formatting Tip from KD Did It.
One of the now three Druids in the world is off to rescue her possessed father who is killing people in India while the third Druid needs to be re-introduced to a world that did not exist.
The carnival and Gypsy Mummy have returned to Pico Mundo, but Stormy is still dead, and Odd is having dreams of a drowned Pico Mundo while grappling with a satanic cult.
And you thought you knew how to moan… You’ve probably been doing it all wrong…in writing. Discover how to moan “properly” lol in text.
Second in the Circle of Magic fantasy series for young middle-grade readers and revolving around the four young mages we met in Sandry’s Circle, 1. It’s also the second in the overall Emelan series. It’s been two months since Sandry’s Circle. My Take Trisana learns more about her magic: why she hears voices. Mmm, I’m uncomfortable with the comment Frostpine makes about black people. It smacks too much of bigotry for me, even if Frostpine is a black person. Pierce reminds us to not judge a book by its cover. A good topic for parents to open with their kids. Then the duke tells Sandry of his pride in her, that she is using her abilities to help people. A much fuller life than that of her empty-headed parents. Aymery is an odd character — you’ll find out how odd much later — who wants to get rid of Tris. Oh, not hurt her, just get her out of town. We learn some of Rosethorn’s back history as a mud-roller. I love it! The adults keep saying “children can’t do this, children can’t do that”, and Briar makes the best retort, lol. “If it’s something ‘children‘ can’t do then we […]
The happily retired Armand Gamache has found peace. One that’s disturbed when Clara fears for her artist husband, Peter, who hasn’t come home. He’d promised…
A Word Confusion post for self-editing writers using terms of endearment, especially the cher, chère, chéri, and chérie in Louisiana.