Friday, June 9, 2017

Wonder Woman Is Awesome! Loved The Movie!

So I did it. I ran out to the theater to see Wonder Woman within a few days of it opening. Tuesday to be precise. I told my husband well in advance that we were going to the theater to see this one. I have to throw my money behind the first female superhero movie in my lifetime. (I'm not counting Elektra or Catwoman because they both are more anti-heroes; not because both movies were kind of bad.)

So first off there were some mistakes with the props for the time period. One of them rubbed me wrong but overall, I wasn't bothered. Some series history buffs might be.

Second, the ending was a little uneven. Having said that, this movie was awesome.



It had lots of people kicking ass--most of which just happened to be female. It did a wonderful job of portraying Wonder Woman as both naïve and a serious badass. I think Gal Gadot did a wonderful job. It had great side characters like Etta, Steve's secretary, and the cast of men that followed Steve and Diana behind enemy lines. It made me laugh and at some points, want to cheer. It had beautiful scenery contrasting with dark, dreary scenes.

I am thrilled they did such a good job with Wonder Woman and I'm already looking forward to Wonder Woman II. This is easily the best of the DC extended universe films so far--by far. Run out and see it! I don't think you'll be disappointed.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

New Author Interview Up

I was recently interviewed by Mercedes Fox. You can find the interview here.

https://mercedesfoxbooks.com/meet-author-ej-divitt/

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Time To Get Back To Work

That's it. The holidays are over. The lights are down. The tree is packed up. No more nutcracker statues on the fireplace and no more excuses for why I'm not writing.
It's time to buckle down and plan this year's novel.
I've finished the Ghost Protector Trilogy so I'm looking to do something completely new. I've been toying with two ideas. One has dragons and come on dragons are always great; the other has a descendant of Medusa trying to break the family curse.
Brainstorming must ensue.
I have one more week in my self appointed deadline to decide and then I need to outline and start the story. Wish me luck?

New Short Story Available In The World Of The Ghost Protector Trilogy

I've added a short story to the Complete Trilogy edition of the Ghost Protector Trilogy on Amazon. The story isn't available anywhere else. If you've got Kindle Unlimited, you can read it for free.



Available here: http://a.co/e2ZKh1M

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Complete Trilogy Edition On Sale For 3 More Days-Urban Fantasy Novels

The Complete Ghost Protector Trilogy is on sale for only $2.99 in the US and only 99 in the UK for another three days














All three novels in my Ghost Protector Trilogy are available in one collection; on sale for a limited time. Price returns to $4.99 end of day 8/23/16.


Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GLRXXUE
Amazon USA: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GLRXXUE

Monday, August 1, 2016

Review: What Customers Crave

What Customers Crave: How to Create Relevant and Memorable Experiences at Every TouchpointWhat Customers Crave: How to Create Relevant and Memorable Experiences at Every Touchpoint by Nicholas J. Webb
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a free arc in exchange for my honest review.
When I first opened this book on my Kindle, I thought it was pretty short. It registered as being I believe 5% in and I was only on the table of contents. Turns out it isn't short; it's just densely packed.
This book breaks down customer service for the new generation; the digital one. It goes through the importance of treating customers not as demographics but rather as types. What a customer loves and what a customer hates are more important than their age, race or creed. My only complaint was I felt it was a little too general in places but this was probably necessary so as to appeal to multiple business types.
I think this would be an excellent book for a small business and useful for bigger businesses as well.

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Review: Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh

Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss, #4)Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received an ARC of this from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion. Let me say right off that I've read the previous four books in the series and enjoyed them so I was eagerly looking forward to this one.
It did not disappoint.
For those familiar with the Rock Kiss series, you're already prepared for this final (?) book where the keyboardist in the band gets a chance to win back the love of his life.
The book takes up pretty much where the others left off. We see references to events in prior books but they don't ruin this book. They just pique your interest in reading the previous ones; if you haven't already.
Sarah and Abe were married but Abe was a drug addict and tormented by the death of his sister and he basically ruined everything. Sarah is also portrayed as too timid to stand up for herself or admit her own needs but it's pretty much Abe's fault.
As usual, there were the hot sex scenes for which this series is known.
I have only a couple of small complaints. One, Sarah had a lot of accidental pregnancies. It seemed like stretching things a bit. Two, Jeremy was talked about a lot but never shown. It was all second hand information. Otherwise, a good solid romance and a good solid finale for this series about members of a rock band finding love and redemption. I would recommend the series if you enjoy hot happy ever afters especially with redeemed bad boys.

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