Spooky By Association: Call for Submissions

Spooky By Association is a YA/Adult horror anthology based around the theme "things that go bump in the night." In-between 7-15K words long, all submissions are due December 6th, 2020 by midnight Eastern Standard Time. You may submit up to three (3) short stories. Please send submissions to nitapanwrites@gmail.com in a Word or Google Doc … Continue reading Spooky By Association: Call for Submissions

Mortal Mine

all images found on Pinterest mortal mine, you must accept the goddess inside before she devours you or you diminish her. oh, dear lady, I'm growing bored. darling little human, I'm about to walk away. Copyright © 2019 by Nita PanAll rights reserved. This post or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used … Continue reading Mortal Mine

Myths and Magic

At the beginning of this year, I entered an Instagram giveaway and won a copy of Mikki Noble's book, Piggybacker. It several months to get my act together and read it, and even longer to gather my thoughts to write a review. One thing is for certain: I adored reading this. Everyone thinks Marley tried … Continue reading Myths and Magic

Kingdom of Night, Kingdom of Day

Anyone who knows me knows that I've been obsessed with A.G. Howard's books since I first picked up Splintered years ago. So when she announced the title of her book coming out in 2019, I waited. And waited. And it felt like I was waiting for centuries until I assumed the worst and that I'd … Continue reading Kingdom of Night, Kingdom of Day

Sandcastles, Seafood, and Sluggish Summer Days

ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Right around the time where I was considering going on an social media hiatus, Lillie Vale tweeted, asking if anyone was interested in reading an ARC of her debut, Small Town Hearts. I've read her works from Wattpad and have fallen in love with her … Continue reading Sandcastles, Seafood, and Sluggish Summer Days

Qnd Eldr. Breathe Fire.

I love Goodreads.  I find it to be such a calm social media platform and almost all of my favorite authors are on there.  There are so many great discussion groups and books and giveaways.  I love the giveaways, and Adrienne Young's Sky in the Deep was the first one that I won.  I practically screamed … Continue reading Qnd Eldr. Breathe Fire.

Queen of Thieves

Time-travel books are by far my favorite type of book.  Even more than fae books. I freeze and gape in horror at what I just typed.  "Le gasp!  How dare I?" Oh, I dare. Before No Good Deed by Kara Connolly appeared on the "new books" shelf in the library, I'd exhausted the Young Adult department's … Continue reading Queen of Thieves

Paranoia, is That You?

Ever since I convinced my mom to read the River of Time series by Lisa T. Bergren back in 2012 and we some of the other's favorite books, we trust each other.  When it comes to books, if my mom tells me to read a book or thinks that I'll like it, I'll give it a … Continue reading Paranoia, is That You?

Immortality Without Creativity

Facebook, as it would turn out, has other uses than obsessing over peoples' timelines.  The illustrator of Margaret Rogerson's An Enchantment of Ravens, Charlie Bowater, creates fan art for the Throne of Glass series.  I've seen dozens of her works and I get quite excited when I see a new project of hers.  When I … Continue reading Immortality Without Creativity

Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People

Following my discovery of Young Adult novels back in 2010, I spent the next couple of years reading and rereading Diane Duane's Young Wizards series and whatever Holly Black and Rachel Caine book I could get my hands on.  I recall having just finished a book about a fae disguised as a human when the spine … Continue reading Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People