The monster's gonna getcha if you don't run NOW! Sounds like a game, right? Like hide-and-seek with suspense, perhaps. Or some other semi-innocent child's play. Wrong. For the heroine, that's exactly what Burken used to be—fun. But Charlotte, and her brother, Ian, aren't kids anymore. And Burken has just become a dangerous game of life… Continue reading Book Review: The Rules of Burken by Traci Finlay
First of all, can I get a HELL YES for this breathtaking cover? Not only is it a definite wow-factor, it's absolutely perfect for this psychological suspense/thriller. But that make-you-look-twice outfit it's wearing isn't even the best thing about this book. The story is. So, let's talk about Desert Rose—a debut novel—by the crazy talented… Continue reading Review: Desert Rose by K. Moore
Birthdays are odd. I'm not really a gift person. Don't get me wrong, I'm incredibly grateful when when my boys, my fiancee, or my friends gift me something, but my love languages are quality time and acts of service. Birthdays and Christmas both involve the act of gift giving, but it's the anniversary of the… Continue reading Free Book!
Have you ever read a book and wondered, how the hell did the author come up with this? Or watched a movie and said, "These crazy fuckers must have been tripping on acid when they made this!" *Cough, cough* cue all those bizarre Tim Burton movies... Chances are, if you're an avid reader, you've wondered… Continue reading How I Stumbled on a Psychopath and Found my Voice
Faleena, This is not a hate letter. This is not a public shaming, or a "stoning." Now that that's out of the way, we can move on. So, who the fuck am I, and why the hell am I writing you a letter? In short, I'm Cassie Sharp. I am an indie author. I do not… Continue reading Open Letter to Faleena Hopkins