REVIEW: Chimera – An Anthology

This book had stories in it that I never would have thought up in a million years! I loved them! Some even made me cry. There was plenty of diversity and inclusivity for once. Also, the creatures were not all classics or the kind you see flooding the market. Story after story – they were … Read more

REVIEW: For Love, and for Cruelty

This is a book of poetry that I’ve come upon. I don’t often pick up books of poetry, but I’ll do it when the poems make me feel something. The title of the poetry book definitely rings true on the pages within. The collection of words heralds the poet’s emotions that pull one through nostalgia … Read more

REVIEW: The Shield Road

The Premise: A thief. A princess. A warrior. A Bladekin. They wander the world alone, encountering fire and shadow wraiths, moss barons and secret royal agents. They each have their own problems, their own missions. They walk the shield road. But the discovery of a certain artifact sets things in motion which will bring them … Read more

REVIEW: Autoboyography

The Premise: Three years ago, Tanner Scott’s family relocated from California to Utah, a move that nudged the bisexual teen temporarily back into the closet. Now, with one semester of high school to go, and no obstacles between him and out-of-state college freedom, Tanner plans to coast through his remaining classes and clear out of … Read more

REVIEW: A Map to the Stars

With A Map to the Stars, Ashley Hutchison steps away from fantasy and science fiction to let us tour the mind of Avery, a girl whose childhood innocence and trust are slowly lost to people who were supposed to take care of her. She takes us on a roller coaster ride the likes of which … Read more

REVIEW: ANOKA

I have always been a mythology person. I also love studying and learning about cultures and cultural anthropology is a favorite subject. However, I delved much more often into Western Europe than into any Indigenous culture. I believe I only have read two books on the subject. So, when a horror author popped up on … Read more

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