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Book Review: The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater

Star Ratings:

Characters: ***** (5 stars)

Character Development: ***** (5 stars)

Plot: **** (4 stars)

Writing: ***** (5 stars)

Overall: ***** (5 stars)

Age range recommendation: 13 and up… 1,259 more words

Young Adult And Middle Grade Books

Jamie Campbell


Jamie Campbell discovered her love for writing when her school ‘What I did on the Weekend’ stories contained monsters and princesses – because what went on in her imagination was always more fun than boring reality. 67 more words


The Story Behind I Wish by E.B. Tatby

I remember when I was little—I must have been five or six; I lay with my stomach pressed flat against the rusty floor of a merry-go-round at the park near my house. 486 more words

Young Adult

Carolyn Colledge


An insatiable curiosity and interest in all things science, eventually led Carolyn to graduate with a Degree in Teacher Education. Then, an illness that confined her to a wheelchair for some years, turned her imagination to writing and annual journeys to USA to attend SFF conventions, first as author and later as publisher of her own Solo Press imprint. 54 more words


Deborah takes up the burden

This is probably the last excerpt I’m going to post from Beyond the Realm of Night.

“Michael!” The archangel shot to her side in a flurry of silver light and powerful wings. 449 more words

The Green Woman

Review: The Wizard, the girl and the unicorn’s horn by Kevin Cooper

I loved reading this book because it took me away to another realm filled with fantasy creatures, adventure and humor.

One of the things I like most about this book are the dialogues that flow so naturally. 152 more words


Kev reblogged this on Kev's Blog and commented:

Patty just wrote a wonderful review of my latest book, The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorn's Horn! Thanks so very much, Patty. :)