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Getting Started - One-liner Wednesday

“You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.”
― Jim Butcher, Changes

This is part of One-liner Wednesday:

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Book Review - Storm Front by Jim Butcher

I’ve heard of Jim Butcher on Youtube on PeruseProject’s channel as she raved about his Codex Alera series. I was debating whether or not to give it a try, but I was never interested in his Desden Files series, one he started way before. 329 more words

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New Item - Flickum Bicus Patch

When you’re a wizard, electronics and you don’t get along. Light bulbs blow out, so you have to rely on candles, and the easiest way to light those candles is with a simple spell, powered by your will and the incantation “Flickum Bicus”. 27 more words

Book Review Wednesday: Dresden Files: Grave Peril (4 stars)

This is the third book in the Dresden series. For my review on books one and two go here: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-storm-front-5-stars/ and here: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/book-review-wednesday-fool-moon-dresden-files-4-stars/

At this point I’m going to assume you know the basic idea of the Dresden books. 491 more words

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For lack of a better post

I had hoped I would be able to keep updating to this new blog without slowing down or missing opportunities, or not having much to say. 449 more words

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Fool Moon (Dresden Files)

Fool Moon (Dresden Files)

By: Jim Butcher

www.jim-butcher.com

(Urban Fantasy/Mystery)

320 pages (Hardcover)

Harry Dresden is at it again, this time with werewolves… lots of werewolves. 253 more words

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Fool Moon : A Fun Werewolf Hunt Worth Looking Into

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Fool Moon By Jim Butcher

Okay, I read a couple really serious thrillers in the last month so I decided to take a break from a the really heavy dead serious material for something a little more fun. 597 more words

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