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An Isolated Incident: review

Although in style Emily Maguire’s novel, An Isolated Incident might fit into the psychological thriller genre neatly alongside Jane Harper’s The Dry, I think that is a short sell for this complex novel. 422 more words


Appendix N

My love of fantasy didn’t start with the venerable pipe smoking Hobbit so loved by many. No, my love was forged in the dankest dungeons. Tested by hideous beasts and malevolent creatures; Mind Flayers, Beholders, and Displacer Beasts. 268 more words

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Heart of the Mirage-The Bookshelf

This book was definitely not a planned read-I was actually at my Grandparents and she mentioned that the Author lives in her lifestyle village. So I grabbed two of her books from the community library at the village to read. 746 more words


In My Hands Today...

Duty-Free – Moni Mohsin

Jane Austen’s Emma, transported to the outrageous social melee of 21st-century Lahore.

Our plucky heroine’s cousin, Jonkers, has been dumped by his low-class, slutty secretary, and our heroine has been charged with finding him a suitable wife – a rich, fair, beautiful, old-family type. 65 more words


now in print: animal inside you

Animal Inside You: Poems of Chaos and Euphoria collects 27 free-verse poems in an exclusive Kindle edition available for $2.99, or free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.


A Divided Spy by Charles Cumming

A Divided Spy by Charles Cumming was an Advanced Readers Copy from St. Martin’s Press. The book will be published on February 14, 2017. This the third novel in the Thomas Kell series and falls firmly in the Espionage subgenre of the Thriller genre. 362 more words


My Favorite Non-fiction from 2016

I read a lot this year. I had planned to read about 60 books again, but somehow managed to read 100. oops. I think it was related to being more intentional about being online less, having kind of a stressful year (so reading for escape more), and specifically going out to read more fiction. 369 more words

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