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Newt's Emerald — 2 out of 5

I know what you’re thinking, “it’s Garth Nix’s book, and how could you rate it at 2 out of 5 stars?” Well, I must say, this book was just… 516 more words


Sabriel by Garth Nix - Abhorsen series #1

As a child, I always liked reading fantasy novels. In fact, my first chapter book was The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. 336 more words



Kings or Pawns by J.J. Sherwood

Genre: Fantasy – Epic

Series: The Kings #1

Publisher: Silver Helm (July 5, 2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter… 788 more words


Necrourgy 102

Necromancy tends to get a raw deal in popular culture. Indeed, characters associated with this most misunderstood paradigm tend to fall into two distinct camps. The horror film villain with an army of the resurrected dead and almost eternal lifespan, or the unlikely hero who utilises the fallen in a last ditch effort to do evil for the greater good. 2,149 more words


Excerpt from my next book


See it for the first time here! An excerpt from my next book Sugar and Spice and Funeral Rites. This is from the one of the first scenes in the book. 474 more words


The Good Witch of Endor

I had come across a story in the Bible that speaks of a ‘witch’, specifically the Witch of Endor. The story isn’t about her, but about King Saul that had fallen from grace. 473 more words

On the Edge by Ilona Andrews

Where I Got It: Own it.

Narrator: Renée Raudman

Publisher: Tantor Audio (201o)

Length: 12 hours 8 minutes

Series: Book 1 The Edge

Author’s Page… 1,066 more words