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That Huge Announcement Post!!

There’s so much I want to say in this post, and I don’t really know how to say any of it. I’ve been writing since I was a kid. 973 more words


Cover Reveal & #Giveaway - ENSNARED by Kriston Johnson #YA #fantasy

Welcome to the cover reveal of Ensnared by Kriston Johnson! Ensnared is the second book in The Legends of Elyndia series. The first book is… 341 more words

Fantasy Novels

Mark Lawrence - Prince of Thorns

Ok, I have spent a fair bit of time discussing Historic Novels this week, so I’d like to return to fantasy novels in this post.  I have chosen to discuss one of my favourite recent series, The Broken Empire Trilogy, written by Mark Lawrence, starting with the novel… 263 more words

Fantasy Novels

A Darker Shade of Magic

Never underestimate the power of adventure stories. No matter how many tomes of philosophy one might read, or classic novels full of drama and epic tragedy, the adventure story will always move readers. 1,607 more words

A Darker Shade Of Magic

The Definitive Future of the Micah Grey Series (PANTOMIME, SHADOWPLAY & MASQUERADE)

Micah Grey has had an interesting journey over the past few years. I first dreamt up Micah in 2007 and started a book with the character 10 years older in 2008. 829 more words


Eleanor R. Wood reblogged this on Panoply and commented:

This is SUCH GREAT NEWS. I'm delighted for Laura. These books are amazing... now even more people will get to read them. Woo-hoo!

Return to Nature: A Childhood Fantasy

I just started watching the final season of Inu Yasha on amazon. This show brought so much natural beauty, vibrant colors, and downright fabulous fabrics into my anime repertoire, not to mention the fictional mancandy who was ready and willing to receive my blossoming female gaze.  1,653 more words


Thief of Time, by Terry Pratchett

Part of my on-going complete Discworld re-read project

…I don’t know what to say about this one.

It’s a frustrating novel, this. For two thirds of the book, it is in many ways among Pratchett’s best. 2,421 more words