Fiction Friday; Should I Read A Deadly Education?
Hello friends, and welcome to another edition of Fiction Friday, my blog series about all things books! That I didn’t write. Not that I’ve written any. Anyway. A few weeks ago, I talked about a few of the reasons I tend to DNF books. Longtime readers of the blog were likely not surprised to see… Continue reading
Reasons I DNF This Book: Of Blood and Fire
Hello everyone. For today’s Fiction Friday I am reviving an old review series in honor of those books I tried but just couldn’t power through. Since I am only reviewing books I finish over on the podcast, and since I feel like I have things to say about this particular title, I thought I’d bring… Continue reading
Fiction Friday; The Last Book That…
Hello friends! For this week’s edition of Fiction Friday I thought I would do a fun little survey about the last books that made me feel all the things. Good things, bad things, enraging things, tearful things. Books I remember, for good or for ill. Before I get started, just a quick note: I made… Continue reading
Why I DNF
Hello friends! On today’s edition of Fiction Friday we are talking about perhaps a touchy subject for some in the reading / writing communities: DNFing. Truthfully, I’m of the opinion that a person can (and should!) DNF for any reason they want, even if those reasons are petty or insignificant, or even not the fault… Continue reading
Fiction Friday; TBR Roundup
Hello friends! For today’s Fiction Friday, I thought I would do a fun assessment of my current TBR pile. My goals for my reading to-do list are to try and read as many recent(ish) releases as possible, to keep potential comps in mind for my own works, and to make sure I’m reading a broad… Continue reading
Fiction Friday; How Do You Read?
Hello friends! Today is Friday and that normally means a blog about my current read of week, but alas though I have started TWO new books this week, I don’t think I’m deep enough into either of them to talk about them yet. So, instead, I’m going to talk about the three major reading mediums… Continue reading
A Year in Review and a Look Ahead
Admittedly, I have a horrible track record with resolutions but as long as they’re pushing me to achieve more than I did before, then they’re still serving a purpose, right? Continue reading
Your Mileage May Vary: Queen of the Tearling
Hello all and welcome to an unscheduled edition of Your Mileage May Vary, the blog series where I talk about books I actually finished. This week I veered off the reading schedule I laid out for myself at the beginning of the year, and picked up something not on my list at all: Queen of… Continue reading
Monday Motivations; Deadline Edition
Good morning and welcome to another fun filled writing week! Honestly, I had a hard time writing this post, because I am feeling seriously UNmotivated this morning. I think I worked myself into a small burnout this weekend. Which, don’t get me wrong, needed to be done. I needed to push myself over the hump… Continue reading
Friday Feelings; Buckling Down Edition
This week has been a real two steps forward, one step back kind of week. Actually, to be totally honest, it has felt more like two steps back, one step forward. When I get close to the end of a draft, I like to do what I call a post-mortem outline, although outline might be a bit of a… Continue reading
Kerry Share’s love for writing started, as it so often does, as a love of reading at an early age. At age 11 she wrote her first short story, a Harry Potter knockoff of dubious quality, and her love for creative expression was born. Throughout her teen years she continued to foster that passion through derivative work, and at 23 she turned her eye to original fiction.
Now in her thirties, having taken a break from creative endeavors to cope with an ever changing life and landscape, she is determined to make her dream of a writing career reality.