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Top 5 Tuesday | 5 Fantasies that Need a Prequel

I’ve realized today that I don’t really wish for a prequel in any genre other than forms of Fantasy.

There’s something about the start of some Fantasy novels that begs the question, ‘how did we get here?’  I don’t think any of these would be books with a happy ending, but I think I’d still read them just to understand.  457 more words


Literary Inspiration: The Burning World

Last we checked in on my reading challenge efforts, I was whiffing a friend’s 2017 creation with just 10 piddly books.  I mean, I’m not sure I’d call The Stand “piddly,” but I did attempt to pass off a 35-page ice cream cookbook as a novel from which I learned something, so six of one, half a dozen of the other!  583 more words

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"Enough white lies can scorch the earth black."

“Enough white lies can scorch the earth black.”

Isaac Marion, writer


Book Review - Warm Bodies, Warm Feeling!

Published the best part of a decade ago in 2010, Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies is an absolute delight of a zombie-romance novel.  I’m a little behind in reading it, only picking it up after my husband bought it for me this Christmas, but I’m still feeling a warm, fuzzy glow of finishing such an enjoyable read. 308 more words


Book Review: The Burning World: Isaac Marion 

Dear reader I just finished reading “The Burning World” book number two in the “Warm Bodies” series by Isaac Marion. I picked up this book in the Nook store on my tablet because I had to know what happens next to “R” and “Julie”.  191 more words



Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
Publisher: Atria
Ratings: 3/5
Genre: Science Fiction, Apocalyptic, Adult Fiction
Post Book Thoughts: …That was better than I expected it to be… 847 more words


TOP TEN TUESDAY - 17th October 2017

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a different topic that one of their bloggers answers, and they invite others to join in, by posting their answers as a comment of by creating their own blog post. 382 more words

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