Review: “Slice of Cherry” by Dia Reeves

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Title: “Slice of Cherry”
Author: Dia Reeves
Published: Jan 4, 2011
Genre: Young Adult, Horror
Pages: 505

Okay, okay, so this is two and a half years old. Shoot me. I bought this the week it came out because I had failed to win an Advanced Reader’s Copy of this on Goodreads. I don’t really know what it was that drew me in. Maybe the teacups? Either way, after picking it up and putting it down multiple times over the course of two years, I finally finished it today.

This had been my first foray into the Young Adult range of books as an adult, and boy, was I ever surprised. I still remember reading this on a plane and cringing when Kit and Fancy started carving people up. The imagery was…yeichhh. I never thought that teenlit would have such violent descriptions. Duly noted. Let’s move on. Continue reading

I have no idea what I’m doing

See title.

So, the point of this blog is basically, “DOOD, WRITERS NEED PLATFORMZ AND STOOF. IF AGENTS SEE PPLZ LIKE J00, THEN YOU MORE LYKELY TO GET SHIGNED.”

What this means is that I’m going to post here whenever I feel like it, give reviews of books, try to keep up with the writing world, etc etc, and hopefully this platform thing will develop.

 

Oh, I guess this is also a good place to mention that I’m preparing to write my first novel. It has no title, and all I know is that it’s going to take a ton of research and revision, and of course writing. Maybe I can be helpful in some way.

For right now though, I have nothing to offer. Sorry.

Okay, fine. Here’s a Boston Terrier with a binky in its mouth.

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