Tag Archives: Literary

Short Story Saturday: Forbid the Sea by Seanan McGuire

Forbid the Sea is set years before Tybalt had ever met October – long before she was even born. Here the King of Cats is young, lonely, and still so very driven. This is a version of Tybalt we don’t see too often, especially as he is clearly still working out what it means to be king. Continue reading

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Review: Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson

the chance to read Vespertine. This is the start of a new series of the same name and guys? I’m already counting down the days for the next release. Continue reading

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Review: Barnhill by Norman Bissell

Norman Bissell’s novel takes place at Barnhill – the location that George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) famously tucked himself away in – and the birthplace of 1984. Essentially, Barnhill is a dramatization of George Orwell’s time there and the creation of a novel that will always resonate with its readers. Continue reading

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Review: Ignite the Fire: Incendiary by Karen Chance

Fans of Karen Chance were undoubtedly thrilled to see the latest installment of her beloved Cassandra Palmer series drop. Ignite the Fire: Incendiary is the eleventh book in the series and a two-parter. You better believe I’m anxiously awaiting that second part (Inferno, for those curious). Continue reading

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Review: A History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw

A History of Wild Places caught my attention because it promised to be this interesting blend of fantasy, thriller, and suspense. As this is a magical combination I am always looking for, I knew I had to give Shea Ernshaw’s writing a chance. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Crushing by Sophie Burrows

Crushing is a lovely graphic novel written and illustrated by Sophie Burrows, and I personally feel so lucky to have already had the opportunity to read it. This story hits very close to home for many, and I look forward to seeing how well it does. Continue reading

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Review: Battle of the Linguist Mages by Scotto Moore

Ready Player One meets fantasy in Scotto Moore’s Battle of the Linguist Mages. So if you loved the vibes of that novel, but wanted to see it taken in a slightly different direction, then I would seriously consider checking this one out. Continue reading

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Review: The Justice in Revenge by Ryan Van Loan

The Justice in Revenge is the second (and final) novel in Ryan Van Loan’s The Fall of the Gods series. It’s also a novel that I’ve been really looking forward to, as I adored The Sin in the Steel. Continue reading

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Realm Review: Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 6

Natasha Romanoff is a hero who has seen it all and had the confidence to keep going forward. In Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 6, Natasha faces a whole new sort of enemy. Her past is catching up to her, and she’s not the only one on the hunt. Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: No Sooner Met by Seanan McGuire

No Sooner Met is set after the events of Ashes of Honor, and trust me – you’ll want to read this one in order. Or if you’re like me, much later. My point is, don’t read it before book six! There will be spoilers. Consider yourself warned. Continue reading

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