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Review: "Don't Call Me Kit Kat" by K.J. Farnham

A review by Domoni.

I would first like to thank the author for the chance to read her book in exchange for an honest review. 553 more words

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Winging It

Recently, the rights to Winging It, book #2 of my paranormal YA trilogy, The Dragon Diaries, reverted to me. This means that the publisher can still sell their existing print stock of the book but not reprint more. 226 more words

Dragons

The Children of Darkness: (The Seekers – Book 1) By David Litwack

This post apocalyptic coming of age story is full of action. Three young adult live in a small village where it is dangerous to flout the status quo. 157 more words

Book Reviews

How to Build a Girl - A Review

How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran was an interesting read.

I finished it fairly quickly considering I had so many other things on my plate. 175 more words

Books

The Other End of the Telescope: Mr. Mac and Me

Review: Mr. Mac and Me, by Esther Freud
Bloomsbury, 2014. 296 pp. $26

Most novels about the First World War, even those of the home front, portray the emotional and physical carnage, which warp everything they touch. 773 more words

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LOVE, LOSS, AND LONGING IN THE AGE OF REAGAN: DIARY OF A MAD CLUB GIRL by Iris Dorbian

Iris Dorbian will be awarding a $20 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

BLURB:

It’s the early 1980s, MTV is in its infancy, the Internet does not exist, Ronald Reagan is president and yuppies are ruling Wall Street. 666 more words

The Beginning...

Several years ago a friend asked me if I wanted to play what’s called a “Table Top” Game, more commonly known as Dungeons & Dragons. The concept was somewhat new to me, but I found myself quickly acclimated to what was in essence a “shared story-telling experience.” The process seemed to fit all my loves as an actor, a writer, an improviser, and a comic-book/sci-fi/fantasy nerd. 269 more words

Adam Burch