Monthly Archives: November 2019

Blog Tour: Day Zero by Kelly deVos

Day Zero is the first novel in a Duology of the same name by Kelly deVos. What do you do, when the end of the world as you know it is looming on the horizon? That’s a question that Jinx Marshall is going to have to answer. Thankfully, being the daughter of a doomsday prepper has left her fairly well prepared for it. Though she never could have prepared for the cause of the downfall. Continue reading

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Review: The Deep by Rivers Solomon, Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, Jonathan Snipes

It isn’t every day that you get to see a novel with this many coauthors. Rivers Solomon was the main writer for The Deep. But there were several other people involved in this project as well, including Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes. If that isn’t enough to get you interested, keep reading. Continue reading

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Review: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

The Starless Sea is Erin Morgenstern’s highly anticipated latest novel, and it is one that is going to blow you away. Fans of The Night Circus are not going to want to miss out on this one, as Morgenstern has proved that her latest novel was well worth the long wait. Continue reading

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Review: The Wicked + the Divine Vol. 8: Old is the New New

The Wicked + the Divine Vol. 8: Old Is the New New is a bit different from the rest of the series. It’s all of the one-shot or special edition issues of the series. On the bright side, that means that us fans no longer have to stress about hunting all of them down. Continue reading

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Review: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol. 6: Save Our School

Lunella Lafayette is the smartest person on Earth, but that doesn’t seem to stop her from getting into all sorts of trouble. On the contrary, it certainly seems to lead her directly towards trouble, again and again. Continue reading

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Review: Stone Clock by Andrew Bannister

Stone Clock is the third and final novel in Andrew Bannister’s The Spin series. And it is a novel that packs one heck of a punch. The series is a prime example of Space Opera, full of fascinating characters and dynamic plots. And it’s one that’s going to stick with me for quite some time. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Proximity by Jem Tugwell

Proximity is the latest novel from the mind of Jem Tugwell. Though there’s actually a longer title for this novel; Proximity: If the police always know where I am…how do I kill you? And that should give you a decent idea of what you’re in for, in this piece of work. Continue reading

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Review: Bird Brain

Bird Brain is a charming collection of Chuck Mullin’s works. Her comics are deeply personal, as she documents her struggles with anxiety and depression. And hopefully writing these comics helped her own those a bit too, giving her a bit more control in her life. Continue reading

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Review: In Sea-Salt Tears by Seanan McGuire

In Sea-Salt Tears is one of Seanan McGuire’s short stories, and it fits into place among her October Daye series. You can find this short on Seanan McGuire’s blog, and download it for free. Hope you enjoy it! Continue reading

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Review: Middlegame by Seanan McGuire

If I was the type of person to hand out awards, I would give Seanan McGuire’s Middlegame the award for best novel of the year. I know it’s only May, but this is without a doubt my favorite book of the year, and I just don’t see any others topping it. Continue reading

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