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Fairy Tales Should Be Illegal

How outrageous! You gasp in horror, as you’ve just read the title of this post. I think not. And here’s why.

As a little girl, you long to hear the stories of the beautiful girl who is running down the marble staircase at midnight and loses her shoe. 1,002 more words

Not your grandmother's OZ: Dorothy Must Die Review

Let me start by saying that this book, as the title may imply, is not your grandma’s Wizard of Oz. It also, I must admit, isn’t so much a retelling as an envisioning of what Oz might be like after Baum’s original 14… 948 more words


Love and expectations

I don’t know if it’s you or if it’s that I’ve taught myself to question this.

Far too many times, I’ve let my hand slip into someone else’s and let my fingers interlock with theirs and convinced myself that it felt right. 250 more words


Confessions of a First World Woman Part II: Through the looking glass

What does it mean to really grow up? Having a car in your name? Having an energy bill or rent that you pay monthly? Do these things make you a grown up? 342 more words


An Interview with Anushka Haakonson

I had been lying in the snow ready to give up; ready to die; and then I saw her. She was leading her little sister through the snow, both their arms fill of wood, still a meagre haul for all that; their rags dragging through the snow scrawling strange designs behind them in that bitterly cold winter.

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Wolfskin Excerpt

Wolfskin is on its final edits and will be published May 1st, 2015! It’s set in the same world as Masque but is a standalone novel with separate characters.  686 more words


It’s snowing again. I need to walk in a spring forest. Give me a moment. I’ll imagine one.

The Old Hermit

I met the old hermit who steps through…

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