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Review: Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge

Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I swear I’m not biased towards fairy tale retellings!! I SWEAR. This is the second book I’ve read by Rosamund and her storytelling has gotten more advanced. 1,424 more words

Book Review

My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologises by Fredrik Backman

Elsa is seven and her granny is seventy seven and a little bit crazy. She has a paintball gun and seems to get into trouble a lot in her old age. 277 more words

Book Reviews

The Artisans by Julie Reece

RELEASE DATE: May 12th 2015
AUTHOR: Julie Reece
GENRE:Young-Adult,Fantasy, Romance,Fairy-Tale Retelling.
SUMMARY: They say death can be beautiful. But after the death of her mother, seventeen-year-old Raven Weathersby gives up her dream of becoming a fashion designer, barely surviving life in the South Carolina lowlands. 763 more words


If lexicographers ran for congress . . .

“Well, that surprises me!” Simplia said as she clicked back and forth between two different pages on her laptop.

“What?” Sagacia asked.

“Well, The Oxford Online Dictionary… 886 more words

Fairy Tales

Aleksander Afanas’ev and the War against Fairy Tales

In 1649 Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich, father to Peter the Great, proclaimed:

‘Many persons stupidly believe in dreams, in the evil eye and birdsong, and they propound riddles and tell fairy stories. 484 more words


Twice Upon A Time Blog Tour: An Interview with Tarran Jones

CONTRARY to the title of this anthology, working with such a talented cast of writers is an opportunity that usually comes once in a lifetime. From best-selling to greenhorn, independent or traditionally-published, the authors in this anthology span all ranges in addition to spanning the globe—from England to Australia and all over the United States. 647 more words

New Stories

Behind the Talette: “Starheart”

It’s the last Monday of the month, meaning my Channillo series has grown by one Wilderhark Talette. ^o^

“One of these days,” says Rosalba, “you shall have to tell me the Stone Kingdom story you heard as a child.

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