Best friends Kahrin and Innes must answer the question: is this rando creeper a unicorn kidnapper? Or is he just a regular skeezy white guy?
Astrea had not realized that death would be this painful, with sharp pricks against her consciousness. She remained still, hoping the process of returning to the stars would pass quickly. She felt full, like her corporeal form would burst into particles.
I've been very lucky to receive some lovely reviews, most recently from C.L. Walters, who is another local author here. You can read her whole review here on Goodreads.
I know I'm pushing up against the line for holiday-themed stories, at ten minutes to midnight here on Christmas, but I had this little story for Kahrin and Innes in my head, and wanted to share it. Happy holidays to everyone celebrating. ~B
I still think there's a lot to gain from something like an editing app. But, if I followed every suggestion it gave me, my writer's voice would be lost quickly. It does force me to at least think about the word choices in these areas, and I'm not too proud to admit that sometimes I could pick a tighter verb over the use of an adverb.
What a great novel! It’s a new take on the magic that surrounds us. The characters are well written and the story definitely surprised me; I was not expecting the ending to go that direction. A delightful story!Katherine Chivers
Books make excellent, lasting, and meaningful gifts! If someone on your list is a reader who enjoys young adult fantasy, The Hole in the World may be their new favorite! You can purchase it here on my website and get a personalized copy, or you can order from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, where you... Continue Reading →