30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 1

After another three days without an internet connection (seriously, I know I live in the middle of nowhere but this is ridiculous), I spent the last few hours catching up on the blogging community and I came across this writing challenge posted here and decided to give it a go because it's been a while since [...]


Thoughts On: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Minor spoilers ahead. I know this one's been out for a while, and my copy is extremely well-worn from the number of times I've read it, but I chose The Hunger Games for my H review because I figured it'd be easy to write about. Title: The Hunger Games Author: Suzanne Collins Published: 2011 Genres: [...]

Thoughts On: Girl In The Box (book 1) by Robert J. Crane

Minor spoilers ahead. It's been a while since I've read this book, but the only other choices for my G review were Gone Girl and Girl On The Train and the thought of writing reviews on them didn't really fill me with excitement. And Girl In The Box almost read like a movie, so it [...]

Thoughts On: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Minor spoilers ahead. I've read Fangirl a few times since I first got it, but it's one of those books you can't tire of reading so I picked it for my F review. Although that being said, I only had two other books to choose from, so there wasn't much competition. Title: Fangirl Author: Rainbow [...]

Indie Interview: Robert Ongley

This week's Indie Interview is with Robert Ongley, the author of From The Beginning, Lost Treasure of Santa Clarita, and Boundless Trust, which he's here to talk some more about today. Hi, Robert. Welcome to Read A Lot. Q: Had you always planned on becoming a published author? When I learned to read and write, [...]