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The Dresden Files...The Saga Continues

Since February’s review of books 1-4 of the Dresden Files, I’ve continued to burn through them, having difficulty putting them down. This is due in part  to my Kindle, a magical and dangerous device, which immediately upon reaching the end of one book provides a popup offer to download the next book in the series. 269 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: Skinwalker

Written by Faith Hunter, Skinwalker is the first in the Jane Yellowrock series, an urban fantasy following the adventures of its titular character, a Cherokee skinwalker, as she hunts unruly vampires, and other creatures of the night, in New Orleans. 1,664 more words

Tuesday Review

Dresden on Hiatus?

Jim Butcher has made the following announcement over at his website: 325 more words

Books

The Dresden Files

The Dresden Files combines two of my favorite types of books. Actually, these are the types of books that I first fell in love with, and they are probably the reason I’m such a reader today: fantasy and detective stories. 436 more words

Reading

James Marsters to narrate Ghost Story

So one of my favorite book series is The Dresden Files; a urban fantasy series about wizard Harry Dresden living in Chicago working as a paranormal investigator to rid his city of the monsters that enter it and threaten to cause harm. 332 more words

Jim Butcher

Book Review: Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Storm Front
The Dresden Files, Book 1

by Jim Butcher

genre: urban fantasy, crime

Summary

Harry Dresden is a wizard. In the yellow pages, paranormal investigations, consulting, the whole nine-yards, publicly practicing wizard. 478 more words

Eliabeth

So Long Terry And Thanks For All The Dark Faeries

Like so many people my life as a writer has had the steady background influence of Terry Pratchett’s work. It was not something I truly recognised until his sad passing a week ago, far too young and with many literary footsteps still to tread. 444 more words