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Reviews: Trading Knives and What Is Needed, by P.H. Solomon

I recently read two prequel short stories by P.H. Solomon, and since I haven’t posted in a while, I’m sharing both those reviews tonight.

Trading Knives: Prequel Short Story #1 to The Bow of Hart Saga… 188 more words


Featured Song: Long Distance Calling - Lines

This is one of those songs that doesn’t really fit into any genre, but continues to surprise and excite you as it progresses. What begins as sauntering alt-rock erupts into a power-metal chorus that’s carried along by a superb vocal display. 112 more words


AuThursday - Sylvie Grayson

Please welcome Romantic Suspense and Fantasy Author Sylvie Grayson.  Sylvie I have to ask, what challenges do you find writing in two different genres?

Hi Tina, thanks so much for hosting me on your website. 373 more words


Surf's Up

Surf’s Up 

by Kwame Alexander (Newbery Medalist for 2015)
illustrated by Daniel Miyares

Guest post from Mrs. Doss, Literacy in Action teacher leader:

“This book speaks to the heart of… 169 more words

Character Traits

Album Review: Traces - Traces

It can be difficult for new post-hardcore acts to make an impact, but Traces manage to do so thanks to some excellent vocals and a confident sound. 33 more words


Review Genres

I joined a group on FB, where reviewers give their details, so that authors can find them more easily. It’s a database thing. Anyway, they asked me what genres I’m willing to review. 844 more words


Harry Potter and the Fountain of Youth: Categorizing the Kid Wizard


The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling, boiled down, is essentially the story of how a kid wizard grew up to be a young adult hero. 195 more words

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