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Book Review: Changes

Changes, by Jim Butcher


Changes is the twelfth book in the Dresden Files series, written by Jim Butcher.  The book follows Harry Dresden, a modern-day wizard fighting crime in Chicago, and his journey to save a little girl from a blood ritual by the Red Court. 1,039 more words

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What I’m reading:
I dug up the very thick paperback copy of Jim Butcher’s “Furies of Calderon” that I got as a souvenir of the Odyssey Flash Fiction Slam in Nashua in the summer of 2013. 232 more words


Book Review Wednesday: White Knight (Dresden Files book 9) 5 stars

This one is the ninth book in the series.

Links to my reviews of the previous Dresden Files books:

One: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-storm-front-5-stars/

Two: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/book-review-wednesday-fool-moon-dresden-files-4-stars/

Three: https://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-grave-peril-4-stars/?preview=true… 460 more words

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Binge Reading the Dresden Files

Sometimes you have no idea that the book you’ll pick  up will lead you to reading the whole series in a span of 2 months. That’s exactly what happened with me and… 1,485 more words


Storm Front--Jim Butcher

My brother suggested this series, saying that I would love this guy just from his sheer sassy wit. He was right.

Unlike most novels about wizards or magical lands, this one is a cut below (that’s right, I said “below” and meant it as a compliment) and actually makes me feel that I know this person. 268 more words



Time for a morbid post again but not in the same way as ‘True Love’, honest. The image I included on my Facebook page (if you haven’t been to the page yet, drop by and give it a ‘like’) for this post is a photo of my very own Bob the Skull. 489 more words

Anime has eaten my life

I think I might have mentioned before how I love anime. But lately it’s really taken over my soul.

I’ve always been envious of the Japanese way of story-telling. 478 more words