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Friday Feast - Food in Fiction, #22, 2015

The girl stood by the window and watched the beginning of the snow falling.  She was cold and tired.  She pulled the blanket round her a little tighter and went to help her sister with the fire.

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Review: Uprooted


Naomi Novik

5 stars

In the past few years, it’s seemed to me that most books coming out seem to be part of a series, which is fine, but sometimes I’m looking for something that can stand by itself; a complete story in a single novel, needing no supplemental material. 1,024 more words

5 Stars

The Sleeper and the Spindle | Neil Gaiman

Whenever I think of excellent wordsmiths, Neil Gaiman gleefully comes to mind. There is something beautiful about his prose, how it lingers and create shivers down your spine. 292 more words


Franck Sorbier's high-tech fashion fairytale

Franck Sorbier's high-tech fashion fairytale
Franck Sorbier reached for the high-tech future of fashion to retell a dark 17th century French fairytale on Wednesday. The French designer used gorgeous visual effects to recount Donkeyskin, a story of a widowed king set on marrying his own… 7 more words

To Dream of a Man that Carries Bacon?

I am having one of those moments. A lot has happened in the last twenty-four hours and it is a lot to take in. I am not a love expert, I am expressing my beliefs, and the way I see things. 1,561 more words


Sisters Red Review

Before I begin, I shall warn you that there are a few spoilers in here. I just reading this gem. It’s a story about two sisters who hunt fenris after an attack that had happened when they were young. 562 more words


Once Upon a Time...

Everyone has heard the fairy tales about handsome princes, beautiful princess, true love and happily ever afters, so it’s no surprise that fairytale-themed wedding seem to be enjoying a surge in popularity at the moment! 740 more words