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Review of KINDLE Ebook Saven Deception – Book 1 of the Saven series by Siobhan Davis

I have constantly seen positive reviews for this series and finally Lola persuaded me to give this one a go.

Sadie Owens has been slowly dying inside. 525 more words

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Friday Faceoff – Burning my bridges…

This meme was started by Books by Proxy, whose fabulous idea was to compare UK and US book covers and decide which is we prefer. This week the theme is bridges, I’ve chosen The Bridge by Janine Ellen Young. 131 more words


Review of Occupy Me by Tricia Sullivan

I love Sullivan’s writing – read my review of Lightborn here – and it doesn’t hurt that she is a lovely person. I met her fleetingly at Eastercon a few years ago during a Kaffeeklatsch session (which is when you can sign up for a session where numbers are restricted so you get to have a chance to talk to your favourite author over coffee and biscuits) and she came across as charming, clever and very modest. 397 more words

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Review of Satan’s Reach – Book 2 of the Weird Space series by Eric Brown

I happened to be in the library, browsing the shelves when this offering beckoned. I couldn’t resist, given that I enjoy Brown’s writing – see my review of… 423 more words

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*NEW RELEASE SPECIAL* Review of KINDLE Ebook The Ballad of Elva and Chester: Or: Mostly Their Fault by Adrian Archangelo

I came across this book on someone’s book blog (really sorry I cannot recall exactly who) and immediately checked out to see if it was available on NetGalley as I loved the premise. 464 more words

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November 20, 1952: Hi, I'm a Stranger in These Parts

George Adamski had his first close encounter of the weird kind in November 1952 when he and a few friends were out in California’s Colorado Desert. 326 more words

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November 9, 1979: The Curious Case of the Pointy Spheres

Robert Taylor, who died in 2007, was an honest, down-to-earth British forestry worker, not given to flights of fancy or flights of other strange things. Perhaps that’s why the story of his encounter on November 9, 1979, has remained compelling through the years. 311 more words

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