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Book review: Fugitives, by Alexander Gordon Smith

Smith, Alexander Gordon. Fugitives. (Escape from Furnace, #4). Farrar Straus Giroux, 2010. $15.99. ISBN 978-0-374-32484-1. 277 p. Gr. 6 – 12. P6Q8… 114 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: Scythe

Scythe by Neal Shusterman is set to debut on November 22, 2016. From the very first page to the very last word there is not a disappointing bone in this book. 545 more words


Flash Fiction #1: The New Prophetic

The prophet was well-dressed and charismatic, as a modern prophet must be. Gone were the days of men like Moses and Elijah, who raved at foliage and still wore the clothes they were buried in, soiled from the gritty resurrection. 138 more words

Creative Writing

Cover Reveal - LISSA BRYAN

She’s my partner in (VIKINGS) mayhem, and I’m so excited to be able to share the cover of her upcoming novel!

I read the initial trilogy of her series and you can find my review for the last one in… 819 more words


Farewell to Artimé (for Now)

As Island of Dragons, the long-awaited seventh and final novel in Lisa McMann’s masterpiece series, opens, the land of Quill is in flames. Alex, the young head mage of Artimé, begins resettling the now-homeless Quillens in his domain. 236 more words


Gender Roles and Binaries in Julianna Baggott’s Pure (Deanne B. and Laura M.)

Julianna Baggott’s novel Pure, challenges normative understandings of the gender binary by creating an America where desolation has forced the remainder of civilization to fight for survival, while simultaneously reinforcing it through the privileged lives of the Pure. 1,134 more words

Maladapted - Richard Kurti

Richard Kurti is a screen writer and director for television as well as an author. His first book, Monkey Wars, was shortlisted for the Hounslow Teen Read a couple of years ago and I had to read it. 462 more words

Fantasy Fiction