On Writing: Killing Fear

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You can’t.

Well, you could, but you shouldn’t.

Here’s why.

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Review: Moth by Daniel Arenson

Moth (Moth, #1)Moth by Daniel Arenson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Compelling Tale (With Minor Setbacks)

I’d first heard of Daniel Arenson from a friend of mine, who read Blood of Requiem. While I haven’t read Blood of Requiem, it’s easy to say that the world of Requiem is probably the world that Arenson is known the most for.

However, I decided to give the world of Moth a try instead.

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Liebster Award (Again)

Goodness…

Another Liebster award, and from the wonderful Megan at Inside the Invisible World.

I can’t thank her enough for nominating me.  I’ve been having trouble blogging lately, due to time constraints and other life needs, but to know that I am a “favorite” or “beloved” blog by another is motivation to keep going and keep writing.

What a great way to say thank you, and also get to know other bloggers.  Because at the end of the day, we are all people with keyboards/phones/iPads/devices and typing/writing away.

Unless you’re a robot.  That would be interesting, but… also scary.

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