Monthly Archives: July 2019

Review: Nightflyers by George R.R. Martin

Nightflyers is a novella written by George R.R. Martin back in 1985. It’s recently been getting a lot more attention though, because of the Syfy TV series that was made. Out of curiosity, I watched the whole first season (which now sounds like it’ll be the only season) and then read the novella. Continue reading

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52 Weeks of Literary Crafts: Harry Potter Perler Beads

Another week of literary crafts Continue reading

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Review: The Jewel and Her Lapidary by Fran Wilde

The Jewel and Her Lapidary is the first novella in a fascinating new series written by Fran Wilde. The series is known as Gemworld, and it lives up to that description – though maybe not in the way you might expect. Continue reading

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Review: Spider-Man: Miles Morales Vol. 4

This is the fourth and final volume of Miles Morales, as written by Brian Michael Bendis. Since I’m behind on reading this, I already know that his series get picked up again (confession: I’ve been reading the new issue as they come out, even though I hadn’t finished his backlog yet). Continue reading

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Review: Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

Skyward is the first novel in a new series by Brandon Sanderson. It’s a young adult science fiction novel, so it’s quite a bit different from everything else he’s done. Still, the novel sold like crazy back when it came out in the fall, and for good reason. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Serpent-Bearer and the Prince of Stars by C.S. Johnson

Ophiuchus is a warrior of the Celestial Kingdom. Recently he’s been tasked with the care of Naga – a serpent that is oft referenced in lore around the world. Naga is a constant source of frustration and pain for Ophiuchus. Yet Ophiuchus continues to insist that he is happy and proud of his task at hand. Continue reading

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Review: Lover’s Knot by Karen Chance

Lover’s Knot is yet another short story from the world of Karen Chance, and it follows my favorite character, Dory. This one fits in between Fury’s Kiss and Shadow’s Bane (if you’re just looking at Dory’s side of the stories, at least). Continue reading

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52 Weeks of Literary Crafts: Karen Chance Perler Beads

Perler beads turned into Karen Chance fandom Continue reading

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Confessions of a Bookaholic – Form or Function?

The book lovers dilemma: form over function? Continue reading

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Review: Reap the Wind (Cassandra Palmer #7) by Karen Chance

Reap the Wind is the seventh novel in the Cassandra Palmer series. And as if she didn’t have enough to deal with, her plate seems to be getting fuller and fuller. Now she’s got her court to deal with – and protect – along with trying to win or prevent a war, save a friend, and so much more. Continue reading

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