When sending your book to bloggers in exchange for an honest review, in order to be most successful, there are some things you need to know. We have pet peeves just like everyone else, and we follow a blogger code of conduct. If you’re a fellow reviewer, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. When an author/publisher/agent/narrator disrespects said code, it’s a big slap to the face, amiright?

The characters are certainly tempted by desire, but there is nothing graphic. The worst in terms of language are a handful of “damns” and “hells.” It’s hard, though. There have been times where I want my characters to just spew off endless swear words or be incredibly crass. That’s when I take a breather, find my zen, and search for a different way to express what I want to say.

Ever read Lord of the Flies? Yeah, me too. So, I have decided to create a list of these workouts that will help you become the leader of your own personal island. Because I'm awkward, I often wonder what may happen in the event that I am stranded on an island as a result of a plane crash. Obviously, this will only happen to a minuscule amount of the population, but knowing my luck I'm going to be a statistic. That being said,