Category Archives: Fiction

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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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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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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Review: Or What You Will by Jo Walton

Like many readers out there, I have a massive backlog of books that I’m desperately trying to read through. Among that list would be everything written by Jo Walton. Naturally, that means I had to make time to read Or What You Will. Continue reading

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Review: The Women of Pearl Island by Polly Crosby

more in 2021 than in any other year…), so I like to make it an occasion when I do. The Women of Pearl Island, by Polly Crosby, is a beautiful novel designed to tug at our hearts. And that is exactly what I was looking for. Continue reading

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Review: Under the Bridge by Anne Bishop

Under the Bridge is Anne Bishop’s latest novel, not to be confused with Anne Bishop, the famous fantasy author! This is a contemporary fiction novel, and for that reason alone, it’ll probably stand out a bit from my usual reading regimen. Continue reading

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Review: The Bitter and Sweet of Cherry Season by Molly Fader

Molly Fader’s latest novel, The Bitter and Sweet of Cherry Season, brings together three different generations of women, one Orchard, and a litany of secrets that must be dealt with. If I’m honest, I picked it up because it felt like it had similar vibes to Practical Magic, and I’ve been craving something like that for quite some time. Continue reading

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Review: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Okay, so to preface my review, I’m going to state that Malibu Rising is not normally a book I would pick up and dive into. I tend to be overly picky about my historical fiction reads. Continue reading

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Review: Everyday Magic by Charlie Laidlaw

Charlie Laidlaw’s latest novel, Everyday Magic is a fantastical beauty that fans old and new will find themselves immensely enjoying. Continue reading

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Review: Hour of the Witch by Chris Bohjalian

The paranormal meets historical fiction in Chris Bohjalian’s Hour of the Witch, a thrilling tale of one woman’s fight for survival. Continue reading

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