Logos & Mythos Blog

Welcome to the LOGOS & MYTHOS Blog! This is my virtual home for thoughts on reading, writing and all things literary. Get cozy, prop your feet up and sip some hot tea with me as I share my Indie Author journey. Subscribe below to receive each weekly post right in your inbox and check out this post for the story behind my unusual blog—and Press—name.

All I Want for Christmas Are BOOKS

All I Want for Christmas Are BOOKS

Want to give the best gifts you can this holiday season? Then I’ve got the books for you! I believe the best gifts you can give anyone are the gifts of story. Words transport and transform; words inspire and inform. Words are powerful and lasting. When you give the...

Indie Authors and the Case of Events

Indie Authors and the Case of Events

For Indie Authors, any opportunity to sell our books is cause for excitement. That is, after all, why we went through the grueling process to publish them. How else are they going to get to readers?  The thing is, though, events are tricky and they won’t always—or...

No Girl’s Land

No Girl’s Land

This story begins a new series of short fiction. Unlike my Tales of the Faerie Shepherds series, I would urge caution for parents of potential younger readers. In these stories, I will explore more explicitly dark themes but will provide trigger warnings when...

A Day in the Life of an Indie Author: The Homeschooling Author Mom

A Day in the Life of an Indie Author: The Homeschooling Author Mom

Welcome to another “Day in the Life of an Indie Author” post. Curious why I chose the Indie path? Check out my introduction to this series.  Now that my fall schedule is back in full swing, I decided to share how a typical weekday works for me. As a homeschooling...

Interview with a Debut Fantasy Author

Interview with a Debut Fantasy Author

We have a special guest today. Please help me welcome one of my dear writer friends, E.E. Rawls, author of Strayborn, a just-out-this-week fantasy meets steampunk tale with characters who face the terrors of coming of age while also learning to use powers of elemental...

Making the Most of Goodreads As a Reader

Making the Most of Goodreads As a Reader

Goodreads brings together readers around the world in a massive online book club that never sleeps.  It’s amazing!  Goodreads has been my favorite social place online since I joined in 2010. Earlier this year, I wrote a post about How to Make the Most of Goodreads for...

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Joy E. Rancatore's books on Goodreads
Any Good Thing Any Good Thing
reviews: 10
ratings: 12 (avg rating 4.83)

The Crux Anthology The Crux Anthology
reviews: 8
ratings: 11 (avg rating 4.09)

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