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Kindle Unlimited Subscribers: Read The Lark and FoolKillers for FREE!

Amazon.com recently introduced Kindle Unlimited, an incredible subscription service aimed at voracious readers.  For $9.99 a month, subscribers can–in Amazon’s words–”enjoy unlimited access to over 600,000 titles and thousands of audiobooks on any device.”  I’m happy to say that… 18 more words


Creativity & Catharsis

Writerly Rant #43

by M.J. Moores, OCT. Author. Editor. Freelance Writer.

I just went to see an action packed summer blockbuster flick that’s been getting mixed reviews from fans and press alike. 502 more words


#24. Sherlock (Season One) -- A Shoot the WISB Subcast w/ Rachael Acks and Mike Martinez

Teapots, super genius murderer cabbies, and MORIARTY, oh my!  Finally, we’ve done it.  We’ve watched and reviewed the first season of BBC’s Sherlock (2010-present).  Joining us are Michael J. 115 more words

Genre Fiction

Reading to Write

By Patricia Skalka, originally published on Buried Under Books

The first time I visited the Door County peninsula, I was sure I’d followed the wrong map. 883 more words

Book Review: "The Book of Life" by Deborah Harkness

The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness 

Publisher: Viking
Published: July 15, 2014
Genre: fiction, fantasy
ISBN: 9780670025596
Goodreads: 4.39
Rating: ★★★★★

Historian and witch Diana Bishop and vampire scientist Matthew Clairmont return to the present to face new crises and old enemies.

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Fantasy Month: Fantasy and Mainstream Pop Culture

I’ve loved reading fantasy since I was a child and that hasn’t changed since reaching adulthood. This isn’t true for a lot of my peers though – while I have a solid core of friends who don’t judge books by their genre everyone else seems to sit in two camps: “I only read ‘proper’ books (what does this even mean?) or “I haven’t read a book in years”.  545 more words

"Bad Things Happen": A Book Review

As usual, there will be no spoilers of the plot in this review.

Harry Dolan’s first novel Bad Things Happen caught my attention merely because of the title. 469 more words

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