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The Forgetting

Sharon Cameron’s The Forgetting is a young adult dystopian novel that follows a world where every twelve years the city collectively loses all its memories. In order to combat the chaos of forgetting all people are required to write down their memories in a book. 130 more words

In a Perfect World by Laura Kasischke

  • Published by Harper Perennial, October 6th, 2009
  • Recommended For:  Fans of literary fiction, someone looking for a break from the gritty gore of the standard horror novel but still wants a scare…
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Book Reviews

Life's a Journey

In Flight of the Owl, Jonathan Swain is joined on his journey into the post-apocalypse by his friend Dextra Honanie, a Hopi Indian woman from Arizona. 20 more words

Dystopian Fiction

"Freedom is something you have to take for yourself." // Review of "Little Brother" by Cory Doctorow

Title: Little Brother
Author: Cory Doctorow
Audio book narrator:
Kirby Heyborne
Genre:
YA/dystopian
Date Read: 18/08/2016 – 22/08/2016
Rating: ★★★

Review:

This is another book that’s tricky to rate, due to some parts being really awesome, and some parts being really… not. 486 more words

Books

WHILE CERBERUS SLEEPS is on Kindle Scout!

Well, here we go! While Cerberus Sleeps (yes, that’s the title) is on Kindle Scout until October 24th, and I’d love your support!

Kindle Scout has been described as “an American Idol for books.” Readers nominate their favorite books (limited to three per selection cycle, I think) for a publishing contract through Kindle Press. 159 more words

Writing Updates

#BookReview: Deep Shadows by Vannetta Chapman

Deep Shadows by Vannetta Chapman

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All It Takes Is One Night
to Plunge the World into Darkness

Life in Abney, Texas, is predictable and safe—until the night a massive solar flare wipes out all modern technology. 308 more words

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The journal's journey

(Part 5 of Jerra and the Ravers. Start from here: Surprises in the night, or just read the last episode, here: Death-day)

Jerra spent all night studying her mother’s book. 717 more words

Flash Fiction