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Lords and Ladies - Terry Pratchett (Spoilers)

This was my first ever Pratchett and I will definetely be reading more of him, for his humour, his storytelling, his characters, his magic. When the book opens it is Midsummer Night and mysterious crop circles are appearing everywhere. 418 more words

Saturday Word of the Day: Moppet

*Moppet: a young child

“Come here moppet,” granny called to Lila as she ran through the garden. “No don’t go over there where I can’t see you, moppet.” 88 more words

Saturday Word Of The Day

here, now: a good book

I don’t read nearly as much fiction as I used to. In high school and university, sometimes even as a Ph.D. student, I would read (at least) one book per week. 632 more words

Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with some Free Reading #SaintPatricksDay

What’s Saint Patrick’s Day without a nod to the Fair Folk? Spend a little time reading about the coiling erection of a Leprechaun’s penis, the delights of a Banshee’s breasts, and much more, in Mona Alps’ … 40 more words

Faerie Disguise

The Faerie Folk are the masters of disguise as they travel, work and live within the boundaries of our mundane world.  The bird sitting on a branch watching you, the squirrel scolding you from high up in a tree, the leaf scurrying quickly across your feet . 66 more words

#DOTFreadalong Group Review

 About a month ago, Laura, Morgan, and myself started talking about doing a readalong post for Daughter of the Forest, a book that had been widely recommended and raved over by some of our blogger/twitter/IRL friends. 363 more words


The Age of the Hermit

“You shall go with me, newly married bride,  
And gaze upon a merrier multitude;  
White-armed Nuala, Aengus of the birds,  
Feacra of the hurtling foam, and him   487 more words