Book Review: The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson

The Girl Who Could See is a 324 page long novella written by Kara Swanson, co-author of Pearls of Merlydia.

I was very excited to read The Girl Who Could See. I had an idea very similar to the premise of this novella, and wanted to see how another writer would handle it.

It was a very entertaining read that I think we can learn a lot from, structure wise.

But first, my overall review.

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I'm Gonna Be A Book Blogger!

With Broken Pieces finally up on Amazon in both paperback and ebook formats, I am officially an Indie author.

It’s such an exciting thought. Knowing my book is out there for the world to see. Hoping it can reach the hearts of the people who need its message most.

But it has also shown me just how hard it is to get people interested in buying your book as an Indie author. And why book reviews are so helpful!

That’s why I’ve decided to review more of the books I read on Amazon and Goodreads. It’s the least I can do for a writer who shared a part of their soul with me. Not to mention it’s an easy way to help writers out.

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Broken Pieces Cover Reveal and Book Launch!!!

I have some incredible news. My first ever novella is finally up on Amazon for pre-order.

To celebrate, me and a few writer friends are going to be having a book launch tour. On it, you’ll find book spotlights and book reviews where you can hear all about Broken Pieces. Welcome to the first stop. :D

And at the end, I’ll be hosting an amazing giveaway!

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My Motivations Post: The Original vs. KP's Edit

Last year I had the opportunity to submit a post to Kingdom Pen Magazine and get accepted for publication. This process took me through a round of edits on my post that I learned so much from. In this post I share both the original version of my post and the edited version along with the things I learned from that process.

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