How to write a Dystopian for an audience that’s over it

From the years 2012 to about 2018 ya dystopian fiction was a huge trend, and we all loved it. Look at your bookshelf right now and tell me you do not have at least one young adult dystopian novel. It's probably something like the selection, the hunger games, divergent, the maze runner, legend... I know … Continue reading How to write a Dystopian for an audience that’s over it

I’m On Instagram! + a mini Writing Update

Yep, you heard that right. I have conformed and joined my least favorite app. Instagram. I'm still trying to get the hang of it, but I would love for you to check it out! Show me some love and hit that follow button! You can find me at the_adventures_of_a_nerd I'm hoping to join the "bookstagram" … Continue reading I’m On Instagram! + a mini Writing Update

Thrifted Book Haul!

Over the month, I have bought several used books that I'm excited to share with you! Our local Christian library had their anual sale, and I found some great books at a local thrift store! Contempary Jane Austen retellings by Debra White Smith From the library I bought this complete series of contemporary Jane Austen … Continue reading Thrifted Book Haul!

Book in Progress — Part Four: I think you are know what this is about

You know the writers who will finish their book with almost 200,000 words? Yeah, that's not me. Currently my novel is a novella. But, hey, I finished!!! This is the first time I've ever finished a project of this size! I started my second draft June 13. There's something so special about being able to … Continue reading Book in Progress — Part Four: I think you are know what this is about

Sarah’s Book Club — April 2021 | The Hobbit

Heidi ho, readers! It's been a while. You might remember I started a book club here on the adventures of a nerd the beginning of the year. Unfortunately, January was a terrible month which left me so mentally exhausted I couldn't find any motivation to pick another book. But, needless to say, I am back … Continue reading Sarah’s Book Club — April 2021 | The Hobbit