For my first informal post, I’m going to be discussing the character aliased Widowmaker from the recently released video game Overwatch by Blizzard Entertainment. It’s a game with an interesting setting, individually unique characters, and an engaging story revealed not just in-game but through comics, blog posts, music, animated shorts, and fleshed out profiles from the site. 505 more words
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My review of Dorothy J. Wang’s Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry is in the latest issue of Contemporary Literature… 271 more words
I would like to thank Net Galley and Bookouture for the copy of Dirty Dix by Monica James in exchange for my review.
Dr Dixon Matthews is a top New York Psychiatrist whose patients all have one thing in common – addiction. 623 more words
I would like to thank Net Galley and Quercus Books for the advance copy of ‘What She Never Told Me’ by Kate McQuaile.
Imagine growing up in a world dominated by your mother, defined by your relationship with her, steered through life’s twists and turns by her decisions for you. 702 more words
I would like to thank Net Galley and Bookouture for the copy of Wicked Dix by Monica James in exchange for my review.
Wicked Dix is the continuing story of Dr Dixon Matthews a Psychiatrist specialising in patients with addiction issues, who decided to mend his broken heart by feeding his own addiction – sex. 523 more words
'After the Lie' by Kerry Fisher (@KerryFSwayne) - A gripping and cautionary tale of the danger of keeping secrets
I would like to thank Net Galley and Publishers Bookouture for an advance copy of ‘After The Lie’ by Kerry Fisher in exchange for my review. 843 more words