Author: Emma T. Gitani

Show Vs Tell Character Description by Emma T. Gitani
June 24, 2017 OWS Features,Special Feature Emma T. Gitani

We’ve all heard these expressions. Show don’t tell. Give meaningful description but don’t make  a laundry list. The example below takes on showing character description without creating a laundry list. Laundry List Example: Matt started magic school two weeks ago, and he watched the girl who sat at his lunch table. She was skinny and

Book Review: Bounty of the Everdark by Lilian Oake
January 21, 2017 Book Reviews Emma T. Gitani

Title: Bounty of the Everdark Author: Lilian Oake Genre: Fantasy Amazon rating: 4.8 stars When Lorel, a dark elf of the Everdark, overhears a plot to kidnap a human queen for ransom, she’s determined to put a stop to the scheme before a war is begun between the races. (A tale within the series of Jaydürian tales.)

Legacy by S.L. Buckley
August 6, 2016 Book Reviews Emma T. Gitani

Andraste and her dragon, Lux, are barely old enough to leave their home, yet they are running for their lives. Dragon Riders everywhere are being hunted to extinction by both known and unknown forces. Her destination is simple: reach a dragonhold for help with her injured sister and her dragon, and then get herself to

Book Review: The Taming by AM Rycroft
June 12, 2016 Book Reviews Emma T. Gitani

Title: The Taming Author: AM Rycroft Genre: Dark fantasy Amazon rating: 4.3 stars Reviewer: Emma T. Gitani Blurb: A dark fantasy novella for fans of sword and sorcery, and vampyre fiction. A friend’s death still haunts Thystle Moran. Through an informant with questionable motives, she learns that the events leading up to his tragic end were

Book Review: Til Death Do Us Part by Stephanie Ayers
April 10, 2016 Book Reviews Emma T. Gitani

Title: Til Death Do Us Part Author: Stephanie Ayers Genre: Horror Amazon rating: 4.7 stars Reviewed by: Emma T. Gitani Blurb: When Ian buys Elizabeth a Tiffany’s engagement ring, he unwittingly sets off a series of deadly events as the ring goes full circle — passing through the hands of a hopeful co-worker, a young

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