Medousa Michael Butchin I recently had the pleasure of rereading this book, so I’m posting both my original review and my update to it below: Update: The author has since reworked the novel, and was kind enough to provide me with a copy of the new edition. While I quite enjoyed the original version, I […]Read more "“Medousa” by Michael Butchin"
My True Type Dr. A.J. Drenth Some people collect kitschy religious objects and use them to connect to a spiritual realm. Some people read self-help books and use them to convince themselves that they’re going to turn their lives around. I read about personality type. What can I say: it’s a sickness. But in all […]Read more "“My True Type” by Dr. A.J. Drenth"
Reaching the Shore: A Story of Survival, Courage, and Endurance Bonnie Jane Hall What is the point of prison? That is one of the questions that this book asks, explicitly and implicitly, over and over again. Written by his mother, this is the story of Davin, who at 16 was tried as an adult, convicted […]Read more "“Reaching the Shore” by Bonnie Jane Hall"
Armageddon’s Children Terry Brooks So I have to start off by saying that the post-apocalyptic genre is not my favorite, which has led me to think a lot recently about its current popularity. Why are authors producing so much of, and readers consuming so much of, this rather grim and inherently limited, in that it […]Read more "“Armageddon’s Children” by Terry Brooks"
Goodness! Is Maslenitsa week already almost over? I guess that means that spring is almost here! Of course, in parts of the world early “spring” looks, or at least looked, a lot like this: While down here where I’m currently living, I’m pleased to say that the daffodils burst into bloom yesterday, and this time […]Read more "#Free #Books and More #FreeBooks!"
For the Love of Katie Erica Lucke Dean Everything *should* be going swimmingly for Katie James, soon to become Katie Maxwell, but somehow she still manages to get into situations a saner woman would hopefully avoid. Luckily she has people who love her… “For the Love of Katie” is a charming, lighthearted, and often hilarious […]Read more "“For the Love of Katie” by Erica Lucke Dean"
February! Get ink and cry. So said Pasternak, but February doesn’t have to be a miserable month. There’s another great giveaway going, the Fabulous February Fantasy Giveaway, with over 150 free books, stories, and previews, including of The Breathing Sea. You can find it here. Just a reminder of what my fabulous cover for TBSI […]Read more "Fabulous February Fantasy Giveaway; Paperbacks of The Breathing Sea"