Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of August’s Website Wonders categorized into Reading, Writing/Authors, and Cats!
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Need a Romance Novel? Grow Up! Meg Cabot tweeted this article, and it’s brilliant. The author talks about not judging an entire genre of writers and readers based on the few you might have encountered.
5 Hours of Edgar Allan Poe Stories Read by Vincent Price & Basil Rathbone: You know, because we love Poe.
51 Best Fantasy Series Ever Written: Which one was your favorite?
53 Books You Won’t Be Able to Put Down: They started with one of my all-time favorites!
Writing Space Home Design: These are absolutely wicked.
14 Literary Classics You Didn’t Know Could Help You Become a Better Entrepreneur: I put this in the author section since many authors very much run their own business.
Stunning Free Stock Photos: Sent to me by the writer of the article, you can find some awesome photos to use for ads and book covers!
21 Unrealistic Expectations We Have of Cats Because of Sailor Moon: This is real life.
Why Do Cats Purr? Sent to me by a follower. (Please! Send me articles you love! I revel in them.) Find out a superpower cats might have in this article.
See you next month!
After waiting for Death Before Daylight since it was supposed to release last January, I FINALLY received my paperback copy in the mail. I held all three books of The Timely Death Trilogy in my hands. I’ll probably post an article about this in the near future, but until then, Minutes Before Sunset is still free. The sequel, Seconds Before Sunrise, is also available, and the last novel, Death Before Daylight, releases September 15! September 15! Sign up for my newsletter for a chance to help out with the release day and win all kinds of prizes. The Seconds Before Sunrise blog tour is also coming up. Keep your eyes open! Other than that, I’ll see you soon.
Stay Dark and Lovely,