Writerly Things: The Book List of 2019 and Goals for the New Year in Reading Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 1/6/20: Revised Book List I Read for 2019 and New Goals in the Year Ahead with Reading Traci Kenworth Books I Read in 2019 Traci Kenworth Days of Blood & Starlight by Laini Taylor # 1 so far YA Fantasy Experimental Film by Gemma Files Katie’s Highlander by Maeve Grayson #1 so far […]

Book Talk 11/29/19: Josh Malerman’s A House at the Bottom of the Lake Traci Kenworth


Book Talk 11/29/19: Josh Malerman’s A House at the Bottom of the Lake Traci Kenworth A House at the Bottom of the Lake by Josh Malerman. Received a copy due to membership with the This is Horror Show with Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella. Amazon’s blurb: oth seventeen. Both afraid. But both saying yes. […]

The Future of Book Reviews on This Blog


  The Future of Book Reviews on This Blog   Traci Kenworth       For some time I’ve been thinking about these book reviews and whether they take the blog in the direction I want it to go. I’ve decided that they don’t. This doesn’t mean I’m giving up on reading books or the […]

Book Review 6


Book Review: Shattered Me by Tahereh Mafi Traci Kenworth   Harper, an Imprint of Harper-Collins 2011     Science Fiction       338 pages Hook: I’ve been locked up for 264 days.   Juliette has been a prisoner of the Reestablishment, the initiative that was supposed to help the Earth’s dying society. The same people that pulled her out […]

I’ve accepted another tag…


Barbara’s Meanderings has tagged me. Here are the questions: 1. If you could be any famous person, who would you be? I don’t know if I’d want their crazy, publicity-hounded lives, but if I could be the female Stephen King and write as many books as he has, make them as fantastic as he has, […]

First Book Review of 2012


First Book Review for the Year 2012 Traci Kenworth Featuring: Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake   YA Supernatural Horror. Tor Teen.   “Just your average boy-meets-girl, girl-kills people story.”   I actually read a hundred-and-fourteen pages of this last year, but carried it over into this one. Let me start of by saying […]