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New YA Book I Won!

Disclaimer: This blog post is not sponsored in any way, only posting this because I would love to share my excitement about new and upcoming releases with you all! 586 more words


The Story of Vampires (1977) Review

Sometimes, short reads intended for younger audiences can be entertaining. As this review covers such a book, less than 100 pages, the review will also be short. 280 more words


#FridayReads: Friday the 13th

Looking for something to read this Friday the 13th? Look no further than these #FridayReads! Below you’ll find a selection of autumnal mysteries – perfect for a spooky October weekend!  576 more words


Holy Shnikes! A 99 Cent Book Sale!

Tomorrow is Indie Authors’ Day, and I am giving a presentation and workshop at a library upstate. To celebrate, I reduced the price of The Watchmage of Old New York… 105 more words


#FridayReads: Knights Templar in Fact & Fiction

The Knights Templar is one of the  most recognizable organizations from the time of the Crusades. This powerful and mysterious order continues to fascinate historians and laypersons alike, and the Knights are shrouded in myth and legend to this day. 952 more words


#FridayReads: Religious Reads

Happy weekend! With this week’s #FridayReads selections, we’re exploring religion and faith. Take a look at how various religions define America and its place in the world, challenge the myths and misunderstandings surrounding Islam, go on a personal journey into one man’s exploration of Christianity, and learn about where early Celtic Saints lived and worked with these books. 725 more words


Lindisfarne (Project Renova 2) by Terry Tyler #BookReview

Book Description

‘You’re judging this by the standards of the old world. But that’s gone. We don’t live there anymore.’

Six months after the viral outbreak, civilised society in the UK has broken down.

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