Sunday, April 8, 2012


A writer knows it takes a new set of eyes to help polish a manuscript. Sometimes, it takes a while to find a great critique partner – someone who really understands you and cheers on your work. I was lucky enough to find that type of critique partner, and friend, in Sherry Soule. Her talent blows my mind. I am honored to have had the pleasure in critiquing her manuscript, BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN.

Oh, speaking of BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN – it is published through Moonlight Publishing! The book itself is beautiful. The stylistic font and stunning cover encase an enticing story about a young witch. Shiloh, age sixteen, has a summer job at Ravenhurst Manor. Yes, a manor. It gets better. There’s a ghost at the manor, and a hot young man named Trent. The story sucks you in and doesn’t let you out until you turn the last page, hungering for the next book in the Spellbound series.

I look forward to reading book two, and I recommend the series to anyone who likes witches, ghosts, and manors with secrets.


  1. Hey Jori!
    I've seen you around AW! I'm an aspiring writer too, looking for an agent! Hopefully one day soon we'll both be successful!

    I'm a new follower! Stop by my blog sometime! :)

  2. Sound like a good one, kitten. I'll have to give it a read.

  3. Omg, that sounds great. That publishing company sounds great! Like seriously...Thank goodness you mentioned it!

  4. Hi Jori. Email me about my new blog tour. :-D

    ~Sherry Soule