Audible has been producing quality original stories and podcast productions that have been a wonderful addition to my typical reading (listening) list.
I've been stumbling on books with millennial characters set in tech or the corporate world. There aren't too many I've found, but there's enough that I wonder if it's growing more into its own subgenre.
These channels are done by those in the publishing industry, including authors and editors. They gift their wisdom and knowledge and I've found more than one video to be helpful in navigating the publishing world.
Gothic books to read
With each season brings new books, and I can't wait for this year's fall reads.
I'm working on a mid-90's gothic novel, so I've been reaching for novels set in the 90's. Here are some on my list.
It's no surprise a writer would love interactive storytelling games, where you decide, as the player, how the game's narrative unfolds. Here are some of my favorite narrative games.
Books set in forensics labs
It's been a great year so far of gothic, dark academic, and gloomy books. I don't know if there's been a (re)surge(nce) of gothic, or if I'm simply reaching for those books, but there have been good ones lately. Some are older, however, and I've been enjoying them, too.
Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends first, scientists always. Though their fields of study might take them to different corners of the world, they can all agree on this universal truth: when it comes to love and science, opposites attract and rivals make you burn… Hannah’s got a bad feeling about this. Not only has … Continue reading Books in Number: books with #s in the title