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210. Sarah Lotz (a.k.a. Planecrusher 1000) -- The Three (An Interview)

Creepy children, fallen planes, and a world gone mad, oh my!  Author Sarah Lotz joins us for our World SF Tour bonanza to talk about her new book,  152 more words

Genre Fiction

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

Literature

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

Opinion

#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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Books

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