Sad Perfect is Immersive and Just SO Moving

So, in college, I took A LOT of classes on writing and literature, and heard it said repeatedly that writing in second person POV was a terrible idea and would not engage readers. Sad Perfect by Stephanie Elliot proves how very, VERY wrong all of those professors were. Sorry, professors! Wine Pairing Sad Perfect by Stephanie Elliott I recommend … Continue reading Sad Perfect is Immersive and Just SO Moving

King’s Cage is an Exhibition of Incredible Character Development

I'm going to predict that most people will feel similarly about this book as they would have about Insurgent by Veronica Roth, because it dives really deeply into the psychology of the characters. It also very accurately depicts they way people would genuinely behave after suffering major trauma.These types of stories aren't always the most "fun" to read, … Continue reading King’s Cage is an Exhibition of Incredible Character Development