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Sevenwaters Trilogy, by Juliet Marillier (22., 23., 24.)

I have always wanted to write mass-market romance novels—for which I am completely unsuited—and in my twenties along with loving David Foster Wallace and Denis Johnson and Haruki Murakami, I used to have a serious drugstore-romance habit. 639 more words

Review - Cybele's Secret

Cybele’s Secret, Juliet Marillier
Review from 27th January, 2011

To my surprise, I actually enjoyed Cybele’s Secret more than Wildwood Dancing. The main problem I had with… 268 more words


daughter of the forest

He would have told her, he would have said, it matters not if you are here or there, for I see you before me every moment. 82 more words


Review - Wildwood Dancing

Wildwood Dancing, Juliet Marillier
Review from 23rd January, 2011

Wildwood Dancing is a very interesting blend of several different fairytales and folklore: the seven dancing princesses, the princess and the frog, stories of vampires and fairies. 314 more words


Review: Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier

If there’s one way to describe my relationship with this book, it’s one of those romance soaps, where every viewer is questioning “will they or won’t they” and for goodness’ sake, just effing END MY MISERY ALREADY AND WIFE HER. 747 more words


Judge a Book by the Cover (33)

They say not to judge a book by its cover, but like many, a stunning cover can make me read a book. There is so many gorgeous YA book covers out there and this feature is to show some that caught my eyes. 14 more words


On Ireland

Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir.

Time is a great storyteller.


Happy St. Patrick’s Day, all! I wanted to start my new series of posts about Ireland and the ancient Celts with one of my favorite Irish sayings.

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