I was immediately drawn to the book cover for The Six Gun Tarot by R.S. Belcher and, once I read the publisher’s description, I knew I had to read it. This is a genre bending novel that is being promoted as a Steampunk Western. Chinese mysticism,...―
We’re participating in the Back to the Future Giveaway Hop and had a choice: We could choose a magical historical or a futuristic novel. I couldn’t resist featuring The Winter Witch by New York Times bestselling Welsh author Paula Brackston ...―
How could I resist a novel with a title like The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke? Doesn’t it just ring with all kinds of possibilities? Some of you may recognize Cassandra’s name because we also reviewed her fantasy YA novel, The...―
Award-winning author James P. Blaylock is considered one of the three founding fathers of modern Steampunk literature, along with Tim Powers and K.W. Jeter. I was excited when I was approached about reading and reviewing his new novel in the ...―
Level 2 is Book #1 in the new Memory Chronicles series by Lenore Appelhans. Traditional stories about the afterlife that center on the Judeo-Christo tradition all have a very similar context. I’m fascinated by stories that explore possibilities...―
Last year, I refused to publish a list of my favorite books for the year because if I don’t like a book it doesn’t get reviewed, so they’re all my favorites. When I realized we’ve reviewed over 250 books this year, and decided to participate in ...―
We’re participating in the Midwinter’s Eve Giveaway Hop and the book we’re giving away for this hop is Broken, a new YA novel by A.E. Rought. This novel is like a 21st century Frankenstein novel in some ways but underneath it all, it’s a ...―
I was intrigued when I saw the publisher’s brief description for City of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyte, an author who doesn’t exist by the way. Magnus Flyte is actually two people, Meg Howry and Christina Lynch. Meg is an award-winning author and...―
Some rules have exceptions and our rule about not reviewing graphic novels had to be broken so we could bring you Sailor Twain or/ the Mermaid in the Hudson by Mark Siegel. Not only is it a New York Times bestseller but it’s been named a ...―
Sometimes I think werewolves don’t get their fair share of novels, so I’m always excited to see a potentially good series emerge about them. I love Patricia Briggs’ novels so when I heard that Shawntelle Madison’s novels might be similar, I knew I...―
We reviewed The Emperor’s Knife, Book #1 in the Tower and Knife series by Mazarkis Williams, when it was published late last year (link to review provided below). I’ve been anxiously awaiting Book #2 and it’s finally here. Knife Sworn picks up ...―
I was initially drawn to the title when I saw Bad Hair Day by Carrie Harris because I’ve certainly had more than my fair share of bad hair days. I’ve often thought my hair was a non-intelligent life form from another planet but that’s a different...―
Self-confidence can be developed in many different ways. I’ve used hypnosis with ...
I think I buy a striped top every year, it means Summer to me. This one with elbow pads ...
Shirt: UniqloTrousers: ZaraShoes: Topshop ∙ Waaaaah, baggy knees. GO AWAY. ...