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Review: It's Tough to Lose Your Balloon by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

It’s Tough to Lose Your Balloon by Jarrett J. Krosoczka

Released September 8, 2015.

The creator of the Lunch Lady graphic novels returns with a picture book that takes bad events and turns them around. 236 more words

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Review: "The Song of Sighs" by Angela Slatter

2 of 5 stars.

This short story stands solidly as Cthulhu-lore fan-fiction without significantly adding to the canon. In this case, the urban legend of Innsmouth hides behind a veneer of amnesia in the psychologically-compromised narrator. 126 more words

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A Review of Saving Julian by Mason Stokes

Paul Drucker is a middle-aged preacher and psychology professor with a thriving gay conversion ministry, a successful book called Saving Our Boys from the Gay Menace… 765 more words

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Book Review - The Shining by Stephen King, 1001 Books to Read Before You Die #165

I missed the phase in elementary school where everyone seemed to be reading Stephen King. I was busy with other books – Pride and Prejudice… 657 more words

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Book Review (actually more of an author review): John Gierach

Any time you enter into a subculture, there will inevitably be some recommended reading involved.  Or in some cases, it’s required reading and you need to read an author’s entire collection.  1,962 more words

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Book Review - Silver Tongue

Silver Tongue

AshleyRose Sullivan




Silver Tongue is, most simply, a story of three friends going out on an unfortunate (unlikely?) adventure.    Okay, maybe that’s too simple. 797 more words

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A Review of Margarita Felices' "Judgement of Souls"

Aren’t all the oldest female vampires usually depicted  as the most beautiful? In Margarita Felices’ Judgement of Souls, the typical portrayal of aged, female evil sticks to the vampire genre’s typical convention, but injects new blood into the genre. 287 more words

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