Wattpad Writer Spotlight: Highstylin
This week we bring you another amazing wattpad author who has two completed stories that we are absolutely obsessed with and two new that we're looking fordward too, we had a little chat to get to know a little more about this author we love:
I started about a year and a half ago.
I had read a few books on here, mostly Harry fan fiction, and thought they were really good so I wanted to give it a try.
The people on here are very friendly and it was nice to get votes ...
Blog Tour Exclusive: ‘The Girl From Everywhere” by Heidi Heilig
Sometimes, people wonder how much of a hero’s journey is taken from an author’s life. In my story, I’m afraid I’m closer to the villain.
Although I have a lot in common with Nix—we share a love of books and history, and the longing to see what’s just over the horizon—the character I’m most alike is her father, Slate. He’s difficult and crazy and struggles with addiction. He’s ruled by his passions and full of regrets, and, yeah. That’s me in there.
The most ...
Blog Tour Exclusive: “Reign of Shadows” by Sophie Jordan
Sophie Jordan's Reign of Shadows does nothing to hide its spectacular love story behind the action-packed fantasy it is. A magical blend of romance and adventure story -- Reign of Shadows hits all the high notes of a modern fairytale. Add in some superhero-like traits to the female heroine and Voilà! This heroine is kicking butt and taking names and demanding attention like a queen.
1] Reign of Shadows' synopsis sounds a bit like Rapunzel. Was any part of the book inspired by that fairy ...
Ray Stevenson in ‘Black Sails’ Adds Lethality to Pirate Legacy
Black Sails aims to return the lethality of piratical politics with Ray Stevenson's entrance to the show as Blackbeard. Season three starts off with quite a few new faces but Stevenson towers over all of them. At six foot four, he brings the height to Blackbeard that made the man, the pirate in his day a giant among men. In Black Sails, the creators write the pirates as they are in their historical mythos, where there's less "Arrrgh" and more war machinations.
When Stevenson's Blackbe...