#NaNoWriMo Update – 11/16/2018

Well, ok, so I got started really late with my writing project. I spent the beginning of the week recovering a bit from socializing over the weekend and didn't really buckle down to write until Thursday night. Whoops! I'm not focusing on being 'behind' or even word count. My only goal is to work on... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris

Summary: Set in a fractured United States, in the southwestern country now known as Texoma. A world where magic is acknowledged but mistrusted, especially by a young gunslinger named Lizbeth Rose. Battered by a run across the border to Mexico Lizbeth Rose takes a job offer from a pair of Russian wizards to be their... Continue Reading →

World Fantasy Convention 2018 Recap

Guys, I had the best time ever at WFC! I had a lot of anxiety leading up to the convention, stressing about travel back and forth to downtown everyday, stressing about being awkward talking to people, stressing about whether I'd even find anyone to talk to besides the friend I was going with. But, like... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Walking Through Fire by Sherri Cook Woosley

Summary: The end of the world begins as literal fire rains down from the heavens. Ancient gods are released from their prison, eager to reestablish their long-lost power. But Rachel Deneuve has bigger, more contemporary concerns than a divine war. Her son Adam is in the middle of a fight against leukemia, and Rachel is... Continue Reading →

Monthly Wrap Up: October 2018

Well, I got off track a couple of times and at one point lost my reading mojo, but I still had a pretty productive October, especially considering how busy I was. I read 14 books in October, 12 of them science fiction/fantasy novels and 2 historical romances. One of the books was a novella, the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Blood of Heirs by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Summary: Lidan Tolak is the fiercest of her father’s daughters; more than capable of one day leading her clan. But caught between her warring parents, Lidan’s world begins to unravel when another of her father’s wives falls pregnant. Before she has time to consider the threat of a brother, a bloody swathe is cut through... Continue Reading →

New Arrivals!

Well, besides my haul at the Baltimore Book Festival, I have made some other acquisitions this past month. Surprise surprise! Wow, I didn't realize how carried away I got with ebooks until I was putting together this post. Ummmm, well most of them were either free or on sale at least. O.o  Some of these... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorite Five: Books With Blue Covers

For previous posts and future FFF topics check out my Friday Favorite Five page here. Favorite Books with Blue Covers This one is pretty random so going to have some fun with it! There are actually quite a few recent books with blue covers that I love but I'm going to try and reach back... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Exercise of Vital Powers by Ian Grigoire

Summary: Since its inception, The Order has been dedicated to the prevention of the misuse and abuse of magic. For seven decades this mandate has guaranteed peace and stability throughout The Nine Kingdoms. But a potential threat to the peace has emerged, and its source is much closer to home than the leadership of The... Continue Reading →

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