Dragonoak

Finest of Katies,

Looking for a lesbian, dragon-slaying knight questing across kingdoms and falling in love in the process? Look no further! Or maybe you should keep looking; Dragonoak reads approximately as well as a first draft submitted to my writing group: a promising, fresh, malleable thing in need of serious revisions, not a finished work. Unfortunately, I have to rate it as the published novel it is, not the novel it could become. … More Dragonoak

Wild

Number One Katie,

I’ll be critiquing this book as the paranormal/thriller I thought it’d be, not the romance/erotica that maybe it’s supposed to be. This might be unfair to the book, but Wild provides some excellent examples of weak writing that I and every other aspiring writer can learn from, so why not talk about them? … More Wild

Ash

Hey Katie,

Ash was marketed as a lesbian Cinderella story, and if there are two things that’ll perk my ears up, it’s lesbian characters and Cinderella stories—but when I blew through the book several years ago, I didn’t particularly like it. Hoping against hope that it’d fare better upon rereading, I picked it up again recently, but nope. I’m even more disappointed this time around. … More Ash