One of my squares for this past year's r/fantasy book bingo was Five Short Stories and since I was doing an all vampire themed card, I read some vampire shorts for it! I actually have a couple of vampire themed anthologies (because I'm me, so of course I do), but all of these are from … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Vampire Short Fiction
For previous posts and future FFF topics check out my Friday Favorite Five page here. Favorite Five Short Stories I know short fiction isn't for everyone, but I do think there are some fantastic stories out there worth checking out even if you're not that into them--after all, the time spent on one isn't nearly … Continue reading Friday Favorite Five: Short Stories
For previous posts and future FFF topics check out my Friday Favorite Five page here. Favorite Five Short Story Collections / Anthologies I used to be a lot more into reading anthologies and short fiction than I am now, but I still really enjoy it and it's something I'd like to get back into reading … Continue reading Friday Favorite Five: Short Story Collections / Anthologies
I'm doing a combo post for this because a) I don't have many concrete reading plans this week (I'm sure reading will happen, just not sure what all it will be yet) and b) there are ton of other year end posts I've been doing and December has been weird so let's just slap it … Continue reading This Week in Reading + Monthly Wrap Up: December 2018
Summary: Fantasy legend Jane Yolen presents a wide-ranging offering of fractured fairy tales. Yolen fractures the classics to reveal their crystalline secrets, holding them to the light and presenting them entirely transformed; where a spinner of straw into gold becomes a money-changer and the big bad wolf retires to a nursing home. Rediscover the … Continue reading Book Review: How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen
Well, I did manage to get a few books read last week but only one of them was a planned book on my list, whoops! So, I finished up Changes by Jim Butcher (wow) and I read two romance novels. I also started a new audiobook. So this week's going to be pretty similar to … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Progress, But No Progress
Still in the middle of very hectic November! Yesterday's tea party book club meeting was a great success. As per usual I have plenty of leftover food to take for lunch the rest of the week. 🙂 Well, I didn't quite finish my book club book in time for our meeting, haha, whoops! I have … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Finishing Up Some Things and Starting Others
Well, I didn't get much read at all last week. I ended up being really busy at work at the beginning of the week so not much time for audiobook-ing. And once I was in convention-mode....well, no reading happened. WHOOPS. This week will be tight on time again. I have more housework and prep to … Continue reading This Week In Reading: Who Needs Sleep?
The next several weeks are going to be pretty light reading for me and I'll probably mostly be listening to audiobooks. The latter half of the week I'll be out and about at the World Fantasy Convention in downtown Baltimore. I'm excited and more than a little nervous. I've never been to a convention like … Continue reading This Week in Reading: A Light Week!
Can’t-Wait Wednesday, aka Waiting on Wednesday, is a weekly meme originating from Jill at Breaking the Spine and now hosted by Wishful Endings. If you’re interested in participating, stop by Wishful Endings to link up your posts. Fantasy legend Jane Yolen (The Emerald Circus, The Devil’s Arithmetic) delights with this effortlessly wide-ranging offering of fractured fairy tales. Yolen fractures … Continue reading Can’t-Wait Wednesday: How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen