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Transformation - Carol Berg

I’ve been looking forward to writing this about this novel because Carol Berg is one of my favourite fantasy authors, and I don’t think she gets nearly enough credit for the fantastic stories and characters she creates. 437 more words


Review: Transformation (Rai-Kirah #1)

Rating: ★ ★ ½ ☆ ☆
Date Read: January 20 to 23, 2015
Read Count: 1
Recommended by: no one, just something I’d been meaning to read for awhile… 1,449 more words

Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW - "Dust and Light" by Carol Berg

One of the perks of going to NYCC on Professional Day is getting free books, some of which are older “incentive” books, some of which are galleys of recently printed or soon-to-be printed books.  624 more words

Book Review

Book Review: Dust and Light by Carol Berg

Dust and Light by Carol Berg

Genre: Fanasy

Series: Book 1 of The Sanctuary Duet

Publisher: Roc (August 5, 2014)

Author Information: Website

Mogsy’s Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars… 762 more words


Dust and Light

Lucian de Remeni-Masson is convinced it was his indiscretion that lead to the death of his entire family. As a pure-blood sorcerer he is forbidden to even talk to ordinaries–those who have no magic–much less allow one to see him unmasked or perform magic, yet he did. 660 more words

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Colorado Gold Nuggets: Writing Workshop Insights, Part I

Before the Colorado Gold conference, RMFW offered a series of tips to get the most out of the experience. One suggestion that stood out to me was, “Attend the workshops.” 582 more words


Review copies since last we spoke

That’s Anna Caltabiano’s THE SEVENTH MISS HATFIELD, Django Wexler’s seriously entertaining THE SHADOW THRONE, Carol Berg’s DUST AND LIGHT, Rachel Pollack’s THE CHILD EATER, and Sarah J. 30 more words