Month: August 2016

Flowers of my past

This photo was taken at Hearst Castle, CA. I visited the castle not too long ago. I took lots of photos – of the rooms, libraries, art, and landscape. However, the most beautiful photo for me was were the lily pads. My grandmother lived about two hours away from Moscow, Russia. she lived in a small village that had a small lake between her … Read More Flowers of my past

The D_ _ G _ N Tree

Two weekends ago, I visited the Big Basin, Ca. As I was hiking with my mother, we stumbled upon this tree. Now, it only took me seconds to figure out why I liked it so much. I mean, come on! That is a totally amazing looking dragon tree! A great memory to have and I plan to visit him soon. ^_^

Book Review: Striker Jones and the Midnight Archer (Striker Jones #2)

Title: Striker Jones and the Midnight Archer (Striker Jones #2)  Author: Maggie M. Larche Source: Received as a gift for an honest book review My Rating : 5 Dragon Prints  This is a wonderful continuation, following the kid detective, his crush, and our favorite characters from book 1. This time, all of the chapters, happen during summer and throughout the year and a lot happens… especially there’s … Read More Book Review: Striker Jones and the Midnight Archer (Striker Jones #2)

Book Review:Striker Jones: Elementary Economics for Elementary Detectives

Title: Striker Jones: Elementary Economics for Elementary Detectives  Author: Maggie M. Larche Source: Received as a gift for an honest book review My Rating : 5 Dragon Prints  This is a one fun book. A parent can have their middle grade kid chapter by chapter  to read because each chapter has a lesson. I found Striker Jones to be the young version of Shawn Spencer from Psych. The … Read More Book Review:Striker Jones: Elementary Economics for Elementary Detectives

Plans for my third book

Hey everyone, Book 3 is in the works and by book 3 means that it would be my third published book. Blurb: Zack Maxwell. Falling in love with him was supposed to be the easiest thing ever. It was supposed to happen instantly. Or so that’s what everyone said because he claimed that he’s my soulmate. Seeing him in the flames brought me to … Read More Plans for my third book

My last night’s dream: To hell with the past

So last night, I had a dream that I just had to turn into a short story. Enjoy and let me know if you guys liked it.  As, I was visiting at an excluded lunch bench, far away from the café; I looked upon a very interesting scene. Three people just dropped to the ground from the air. One of them looked vaguely familiar. … Read More My last night’s dream: To hell with the past

Book Review: Ghosts from our Past

Book Title: Ghosts from our Past. Both Literally & Figuratively: The Study of the Paranormal  Book Author: Erin Gilbert and Abby L. Yates with Andrew Shaffer Rating: 5 Dragon Paws  It took for me three evenings to finish this entertaining and young novel. Since this is a new edition with somewhat updated material, the voices of the authors stayed young, fun, funny, and nice to … Read More Book Review: Ghosts from our Past

Thursday Writing Tip #9

Book Review: The Silver Butterfly

Book Title: The Silver Butterfly  Book Author: Uma Mawaery Source: Received a free copy for an honest review Rating: 5 Dragon Paws  It is an absolutely beautiful telling of a fated romance. At first I didn’t know what I got myself into because I don’t like reading about moping teenagers. Soon, though, I hated it even more because it was now a moping twenty something … Read More Book Review: The Silver Butterfly

Release Day of Seven Hours

Hi Everyone! I’m happy to share with you that the paperback edition of Seven Hours: Challenge Accepted is available on Amazon. Currently, the Kindle version is being published by KDP Select and it’s going to take about 72 hours for the amazon page to be updated. Link for US Amazon: Seven Hours on Amazon