New Kindle Vella Stories from me

Hello everyone! I wanted to not only try out the (kind-of) new Kindle Vella feature but also share a story with everyone. I’ve had the idea for this story since I was 17. It involves a Creative Writing High School Student, a gay relationship with some spicy hookups, and The Slender Man. I’m not goingContinue reading “New Kindle Vella Stories from me”

Is THE MISTER by E L James worth the read? (Book Review)

This book was WAY different than I anticipated. THE MISTER is a new, erotic romance by one of the most successful writers in the world, E L James. When this book was first released, I didn’t read it and donated it to goodwill. At the time, I wanted to clean up and either sell orContinue reading “Is THE MISTER by E L James worth the read? (Book Review)”

Book review: Ava by Hannah Hoffmeister

During 2021, I have reread SO many of the books i read while in Middle School, High School, and my early years in College. Some of these were Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, NYPD Red and Cross Kill by James Patterson, The Arrangement series by H. M. Ward (Stopped at book 8 because life got inContinue reading “Book review: Ava by Hannah Hoffmeister”

Book Review: Cross Kill by James Patterson

So, I recently finished re-reading “Cross Kill” BY James Patterson. this was one of the first books in his “Bookshots” imprint that he left in the dust. personally, i would LOVE to see a comeback of the Bookshots brand, as I like shorter books. Fun fact: i was an editor on my college newspaper, andContinue reading “Book Review: Cross Kill by James Patterson”

Book Reviews: Misadventures With a Master by Meredith Wild and Mia Michelle

So last night, i read a 90 page novella by Meredith Wild and Mia Michelle from Waterhouse Press’ Misadventures series. I had the time to read this while working my side hustle at LiveOps, and i finished it shortly after my shift ended. I read this book BEFORE I read the character’s other book, MisadventuresContinue reading “Book Reviews: Misadventures With a Master by Meredith Wild and Mia Michelle”

Targeted Drama in the antiMLM Community

So if you’re a fan of iamccsuraez, Isabella Lanter, or Savannah Marie, or almost any AntiMLM creator on YouTube, you might know that there has been someone named Brianna has been threatening and harassing creators in the community. And I am one of them. This individual posted a video aimed at Isabella lanter. But notContinue reading “Targeted Drama in the antiMLM Community”

Why I think Bookshots by James Patterson failed…

In June 2016, James Patterson launched an “amazing new imprint” with his publisher, Little Brown & Company, called “Bookshots”. Bookshots is an imprint that publishes thriller and romance novellas, marked as “Full-length novels without the filler. To be specific, the Bookshots website states, “Bookshots are all-new, original stories by James Patterson (and his co-authors) thatContinue reading “Why I think Bookshots by James Patterson failed…”

Fifty Shades of throwing the book across the f*****g room: The Mister by E L James review

This book was WAY different than I inticipated. THE MISTER is a new, erotic romance by one of the most successful writers in the world, E L James. When this book was first released, I didn’t read it and donated it to goodwill. At the time, I wanted to clean up and either sell orContinue reading “Fifty Shades of throwing the book across the f*****g room: The Mister by E L James review”

A FSOG knockoff? Little Black Dress by James Patterson and Emily Raymond

When I first red Little Black Dress by James Patterson and Emily Raymond, I thought this book was a 4 star read. It went a little too fast for me, but I liked it. After reading it, I realized my younger self was wrong… SO wrong… To start out, I put this book in myContinue reading “A FSOG knockoff? Little Black Dress by James Patterson and Emily Raymond”

A short-ass trial: The trial by James Patterson Reviee

So, I read THE TRIAL back when it was first released. This was one of the books that I DON’T Remember what happened after completing the book, but remember liking it. But when I listened to the audio again after over 4 years, I remember why I gave it the review I gave it. TheContinue reading “A short-ass trial: The trial by James Patterson Reviee”