Monthly Archives: May 2022

Review: Fan Fiction by Brent Spiner (with Jeanne Darst)

Are you a fan of Brent Spiner? If so, then I imagine you’ve been waiting for the release of Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir. As the title indicates, it is inspired by true events, and I can’t be the only one curious about that, now can I? Continue reading

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Realm Review: Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 12

Time For Drastic Measures In Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 12 What started as a simple missing person case has quickly evolved into something larger than life. And infinitely more dangerous. In Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 12, … Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: Sweet Poison Wine by Seanan McGuire

Next up for Short Story Saturday, we have Sweet Poison Wine, written by Seanan McGuire. This would be number 0.06 in her InCryptid series as we continue to follow Johnny and Fran’s adventures. Continue reading

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Review: Of Mutts and Men by Spencer Quinn

that I haven’t actually read the first nine novels in this series – my bad. I got so excited about the idea of a mutt mystery that I completely got ahead of myself. Still, I really enjoyed this mystery and had no trouble jumping right on in. Continue reading

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Review: Flowers for the Sea by Zin E. Rocklyn

E. Butler, with a Rosemary’s Baby flare. That was certainly enough to have caught my attention (Plus that cover? Chef’s kiss!) Continue reading

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Review: Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins

Hawkins. Reckless Girls is her latest thriller, and that means I’m going to have to make some time to sit down and read this beauty. Continue reading

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Review: How Do You Live? By Genzaburo Yoshino, Forward by Neil Gaiman

Many people in my generation grew up adoring Hayao Miyazaki’s works. That’s no secret. Now, one of Miyazaki’s favorite childhood books has finally been translated to English – and readers get to experience that for the first time. How Do You Live? was written by Genzaburo Yoshino and translated by Bruno Navasky. Oh! And Neil Gaiman wrote the forward. Nice touch, right? Continue reading

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Realm Review: Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 11

The Nightmares Are Real In Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 11 The case that Jessica Jones has taken on has had many twists and turns over the season. Yet, none of them are as dramatic as what is about … Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: Married in Green by Seanan McGuire

Forever onward I truck, as I work through my seriously massive pile of short stories to read. So far, it feels like I’ve barely made a dent – and I’m still on one author! At least I’m enjoying what I’ve been reading, so I can hardly complain. Continue reading

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Review: The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber

The Lights of Sugarberry Cove, written by Heather Webber, is a charming novel full of magical realism, healing, and love, and it is such a gentle beast. It is a gentle soul waiting for the right reader to come along. Continue reading

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