Tag: reading

“I Don’t Read YA…”

One of my bookish pet peeves is when people proudly declare that they don’t read a particular genre or type of fiction. “I don’t read romance/YA/comic books/memoirs/…” Weird flex, but okay? I firmly believe people should read–and not read–whatever they want without judgement from… Continue Reading ““I Don’t Read YA…””

Re-Defining New Adult

I missed it, but there was a conversation on Twitter last week about whether or not to include college-age protagonists in the Young Adult category. From the sound of it, people were evenly split–and since this is something I was already pondering, I know… Continue Reading “Re-Defining New Adult”

Why I’m Not Writing a Sequel to Ashes Swept

After the release of Ashes Swept, I was surprised by how many readers said they were excited for the sequel and asked when it would be out. This caught me completely off-guard, because Ashes Swept was always meant to be a stand-alone novel. The… Continue Reading “Why I’m Not Writing a Sequel to Ashes Swept”

Horseback Kidnappings, Apparently?

In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Hillary Clinton said: “The whole romance novel industry is about women being grabbed and thrown on a horse and ridden off into the distance.” I laughed when I first read that. Then I grumbled. And then… Continue Reading “Horseback Kidnappings, Apparently?”

Ashes Swept is now available!

You can find it in print and e-book on Amazon.com!