Cover Candy #11 (All Wet) brings us books with water on the cover. We’ve done fire, so it’s only fair, right? There’s nothing wishy-washy about these beauties, though!
“Myths and Mortals” picks up where the previous book left off, only the opposition has his eye on a new, dangerous target.
I need to tell you about Dragon Draught, by Kristie Kiessling. Kristie is my fantastic writing partner, plotting accomplice, first reader, and one-woman cheering squad. What you many not realize is that she is also an amazing writer.
Cover Candy #10: (On Fire!) It’s a good thing cover candy isn’t bad for my health, because I consume a lot of covers. With my eyes, that is! I look at covers of every genre, and I am always fascinated by the stories they tell. Do they match what’s inside?
I just read Nightrage Rising (The Unseen Chronicles Book 2), and wow, what a great adventure! I’m not just saying that because author P.S. Broaddus is a member of A Drift of Quills, either. He’s a darned good writer.
We usually talk about bookish things, but this month A Drift of Quills explores fantasy and sci-fi on television. What programs do you think grab our interest and get our brains working overtime?
It’s time for a little Cover Candy book lovin’! I usually end up spending more time writing than reading—though once I start reading I’m likely to keep right on going and forget to write! I’m taking part in the 2017 Reading Challenge on Goodreads again—that gives me a push, too! This time I’ve taken a shine to covers with birds on them…