NaNoWriMo 2017 Novel Announcement

The clock is ticking, folks. My pre-nano jitters have erupted into pure adrenaline. The countdown is over and it’s day three of NaNoWriMo. This is me officially announcing my novel to you.

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Her Body and Other Parties — Review

True confessions time — How many of you have bought a book based solely on the power of the author’s tweets? Although I had read Carmen Maria Machado’s story “The Husband Stitch”, really it was her strong Twitter game that inspired me to pre-order her short story collection “Her Body and Other Parties.” She had […]

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Elsewhere, We Became #5

Ellie looked for home and she made one in the arms of a French man. His accent drove her wild, his cologne a faint promise that clung to her clothes, in her bed, on her skin. She loved him, in every way a 22 year-old red-headed stripper from Baltimore could love a client. Years passed […]

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BookTube Review

From Booktube to WordPress Like what you see? Subscribe to my BookTube channel here <3 Instagram: @nelson.ari Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RavenousforReads/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/ari-nelson-writes Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/ArianaNelson Twitter:¬†https://twitter.com/SouffleLumiere Related videos: F^3 Booktube | Talk Nerdy With Me #2 Popular Authors And Their Books I Have Never Read (Video) Talk Nerdy With Me: F^3 #1 (Video) F^3 | Talk Nerdy […]

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What is Speculative Fiction?

Speculative fiction is an umbrella term.

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Ten Genres Defined

What the heck is a genre? For a word we use so often to describe our taste in music, books, or art, do we know what it means? A genre is a category that we assign depending on focus and style. By organizing tastes into specific genres, we create rules that define whether or not […]

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Elsewhere, We Became #2

Lena, You asked me how I became strong. How did we, of the same origins – of the same cloth -become so different? I recall shrugging and refusing to look at you when I said, “Some people are just born like that.” Isn’t that what I said? I might have mentioned that sometimes people are […]

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