I’m super excited to share with you today about Veronica Rossi’s latest novel, REBEL SPY. A YA Historical Fiction story about a New York society girl who helped the U.S. win the Revolutionary War. Sounds epic, no? Keep reading this post to find out more about the book and the author! (Click the banner to follow the tour!) Continue reading
I’m thrilled to announce that for the 2017 Debut Authors Bash, Pooled Ink is hosting none other than Rosalyn Eves, author of BLOOD ROSE REBELLION, a truly special take on YA Historical Fantasy that focuses on a true rebellion in 19th century Hungary and brings it an exhilarating magical twist. In this post you will be introduced to Rosalyn, given more information on both Blood Rose Rebellion as well as its coming sequel, Lost Crow Conspiracy, get to read an exclusive interview, and enter a fantastic giveaway! Continue reading
I know I’m writing this last minute in the season but I just can’t keep my mind from endlessly spinning around this unavoidable topic. It plagues me on social media, traditional media, and even the people I see day to day. I can’t get away from it, but thanks goodness I am trained at holding my tongue. I’ve avoided publicly voicing my opinions because no one wants to hear another person’s opinions unless they align with theirs. We like to think we’re open-minded but more often than not we tend to be quite close-minded indeed, myself included. Anyway, I decided to write a little about what my cyclic thoughts have been pondering. This by no means encapsulates all of my thoughts or opinions but it’s a start and there is just something surprisingly therapeutic about voicing your thoughts…well, it’s therapeutic until some rogue who disagrees explodes in your face. I’m really hoping that doesn’t happen, but if it does, well, I’m sorry you have nothing better to do than spit on your neighbor.
What the heck do I know? Maybe very little. Maybe nothing at all. All I know is that I’m a 22-year old “legally blind” biracial woman living in a broken world who is afraid to give up but is also very tired of hoping that anything will truly change. This is just a few of my unasked for thoughts on the United States of America’s presidential election of 2016. Read at your own risk 😉
Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris (2010)
Theatre | Historical DramaBlurb:
“Clybourne Park spans two generations fifty years apart. In 1959, Russ and Bev are selling their desirable two-bedroom at a bargain price, unknowingly bringing the first black family into the neighborhood (borrowing a plot line from Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun) and creating ripples of discontent among the cozy white residents of Clybourne Park. In 2009, Continue reading