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Black Womb: Becoming review

Becoming by Matthew Ledrew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In my reviews thus far for Matthew LeDrew’s good – but inconsistent – Black Womb series, I lament that I am often left with more questions than answers. 608 more words


Transformations in Pain review

Transformations in Pain by Matthew Ledrew
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Transformations in Pain (Engen Books, 2008) is the second release in Matthew LeDrew’s Black Womb series. 706 more words


Does "Black Womb" have a pharmakon?

Of all my many – many – distractions, nothing distracts me quite like school: because really, nothing should. I have a very busy schedule: Engen eats up a fair bit of both my work and play time, not to mention school and my day job. 2,622 more words

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Black Womb review

The decision to write an ongoing series is a gutsy one. The creator must feel confident in his or her ability to craft a believable world filled with believable characters; his or her ability to thread a titillating story that grips the reader and has them clamoring for more and, of course, his or her ability to run the grueling gauntlet required to write story after story after . 377 more words


Hal Con 2012 Extravaganza!

October 26th, 27th & 28th at the World Trade and Convention Center in Halifax Nova Scotia saw the return of Engen Books to the now nationally-famous Hal Con for their 2012 show. 395 more words


Hal Con 2012: Aftermath

Thoughts from Matthew LeDrew:

So this is probably just the first of many posts reporting on the fun-and-fables that was Hal Con 2012. It was a great weekend full of excitement and surprises, and there’s a lot to say on it. 542 more words


Today St. John's, tomorrow Halifax

Another year gone by already, and another blog-post! Bright and early tomorrow morning we get to escape the rain here in St. John’s and hop across the water to Halifax for Hal-Con. 298 more words