How many go-to books do you have? I... seem to have far too many. Including today's recommendation: Howl's Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones. I've loved this book since I was a kid, and I've reread it every couple of years. I went back to it again a few weeks ago, when I was feeling… Continue reading Book recommendation: Howl’s Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones
Do you know how I sometimes say that certain books are best suited for certain people? Well, here's the type of person that should read Dear Fahrenheit 451, by Annie Spence: Anyone who loves books. Seriously. If you're a book-lover of any sort, you should check this one out. Because that's what Dear Fahrenheit 451… Continue reading Book recommendation: Dear Fahrenheit 451, by Annie Spence
It's about time any of my writer companions out there who haven't heard of Writing Monsters yet, did. And that they go ahead and pick up a copy.
Alright, so you've probably noticed that I've brought Laney Wylde and If She Were Blind to my blog twice already–once with an excerpt and then again with a Q&A. And now I'm bringing them up again in a book recommendation. I promise, though, that reading about them here multiple times is worth it. If She… Continue reading Book recommendation: If She Were Blind, by Laney Wylde
(Note: This recommendation was first published in March of 2015. You can see the original version here.) It's getting close to Halloween, which means a lot of us are craving books, movies, and TV shows that fall into the creepier set of genres. Then again, I can crave that sort of thing any time of the… Continue reading Updated book recommendation: The House of Small Shadows, by Adam Nevill