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Review: The Draw Any Animal Book

The Draw Any Animal Book is a compilation of artwork and instructions created by the one and only Robert Lambry. These images were actually all drawn back in the 1920s and 30s, but now they’ve been all compiled (and translated) for us in this helpful guide. Continue reading

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Review: Cursed

Cursed is a retelling of some of the events that occurred during King Arthur’s tale. Or more accurately, it’s a twisted version of the tale. In this story, it isn’t a King the Sword desired, but a Queen. Enter Nimue. Her entire village was slaughtered, sending her off on a quest for survival and revenge. And she can only hope that she has it in her to change destiny and save her people. Continue reading

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Review: Follow Me To Ground by Sue Rainsford

Follow Me To Ground is the debut novel of Sue Rainsford, and it is getting quite a bit of ink thanks to the dark and disturbing elements it carries. If this first novel is anything to go by, Rainsford is already an author worth keeping an eye on. Continue reading

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Review: Prosper’s Demon by K.J. Parker

Prosper’s Demon is the latest novella from the mind of K.J. Parker, and it is a beautifully twisted mess of horror and superstition. This is a world in which demons and a select few mortals face off, again and again. Continue reading

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Review: Riot Baby by Tochi Onyebuchi

Fans of Tochi Onyebuchi have been talking about their latest novella for months, and with good reason. Riot Baby is one of those novellas that will cut to the quick and stick with your mind and heart. This is a passionate tale of family, loss, and human nature. One could argue that this novella is also one part dystopian portraiture of modern events. Continue reading

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Review: Warriors, Witches, Women: Mythology’s Fiercest Females

Warriors, Witches, Women: Mythology’s Fiercest Females is everything the title promises, and more. This is a novel that collects dozens of famous mythological women and puts them all into one place. So whether you need a reference book or are simply curious about goddesses and lore, this is one worth checking out. Continue reading

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Review: The Art of Watercolor Lettering

The Art of Watercolor Lettering combines two of my great loves: watercolors and lettering. This book is perfect for anybody who has wanted to try something new. Or for somebody who’s been anxious to try their hand at this combined medium. Continue reading

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Review: Burn the Dark by S.A. Hunt

Burn the Dark is the first novel in S.A. Hunt’s Malus Domestica series. Technically speaking, this isn’t a new series. It’s just that this is the first time we’ll be getting a chance to read it in English. Which is great for me! Continue reading

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Review: The Tenant by Katrine Engberg

The Tenant is the first novel in Katrine Engberg’s Korner/Werner series. Much of the series is out already, but this is the first one translated to English (that I know of). It’s a Scandinavian crime novel with undeniable flair and character development. Continue reading

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Review: The Better Liar by Tanen Jones

The Better Liar is the debut novel of Tanen Jones, a new thriller author throwing her writing into the mix. She’s already proven to be an author worth keeping an eye on. Her first novel touches upon sisterhood, betrayal, obligations, and so much more. Continue reading

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