We Are The World’s Greatest Escape Artists

We Are The World’s Greatest Escape Artists

By Rosie Wylor-Owen Human beings are well-practiced escape artists. Maybe not the hyper-flexible acrobat-style escape artists that lock themselves in steel coffins with seventeen padlocks, but we’re still pretty good. We might never break out of a locked box six...
A Bardic Tradition

A Bardic Tradition

By Jess Reece From my very first report card in school, my parents were told that I loved telling stories. Some were true, some were obviously made up, but one way or another, every single year, every teacher I had mentioned my knack for storytelling.  You might say...
Reviews: The good, the bad, and the what the F&%$?

Reviews: The good, the bad, and the what the F&%$?

By Emily Cyr I’d been thinking about writing this blog for just about ever, so how about now? There’s always this question of why reviews matter and why authors are always so desperate to get them? The answer isn’t black and white; there are about thirty-seven...
Sass – The Samurai Way

Sass – The Samurai Way

By Maya Daniels Why the Samurai Way, you ask. Why not? It gives sass a hint of honor from that lifestyle, like honor among thieves and it is always followed because it’s an unspoken rule.  Those of you that have read anything by me know that I encourage sass. The time...