Do you know what I absolutely hate? Remakes. Who in their right mind thinks remaking a classic is going to make it better? Here’s some remake numbers for ya: Jungle Book- $966,550,600 Cinderella- $543,514,353 Beauty and the Beast- $1,263,521,126 Maleficent- $758,539,785 Pete’s Dragon- $143,695,338 Don’t get me wrong, if done well, I think they’re fantastic!… Continue reading “The Kiss That Killed Me”- Kristy Nicolle
Hell. An overwritten subject. Sinners and penance, gods, demons, portals, demi-gods. . .all over done. At least that’s what I thought. Usually the books I get a kick out of reading feel like the same story with the words rearranged, and towards the end I can’t tell them apart anyways. This year I have branched… Continue reading “The Opal Blade”- Kristy Nicolle
What a brilliant concept for a book! One part, Hunger Games, one part Throne of Glass, and one part originality! It’s beyond amazing! I won’t lie- this particular plot idea has been done. . .and done. . . and redone. For some unknown reason, in this particular book, it doesn’t annoy me, and I genuinely… Continue reading Mask of Shadows
This is a first here at the QuitterStrip blog! The amazing Jo Ho offered me a chance to view (and review) her brand new novella due out March 13th. Of course, I was (more than) happy to oblige, and give my honest review. First and foremost, let’s talk about the cover. It’s GORGEOUS, and I… Continue reading “The Boy Next Door”- Jo Ho
Sin is it’s own punishment, devouring you from the inside. It’s not my purpose to punish it; it’s my joy to cure it.
Let the record clearly state, I’m not one to willingly pick up what I deem a romance novel. Two main reasons- Being the hopeless romantic that I am, and having been let down, it makes me upset. I’m upset that the days of chivalry are finished, and the hopes of it being restored are faltering.… Continue reading Author Spotlight- Dallas Coryell
I have been extremely blessed so far in 2017. Most authors have graciously put up with my ridiculous requests to being interviewed via e-mails. I immensely enjoy getting to know each new author through e-mails, through their writing, through my critique while I pick everything apart, and then through my interview questions. Most of the… Continue reading Author Spotlight- David Dunham