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Day 12: Time

Seriously, ‘time’ crept up on me. I was hoping I would have a chance to plan this one out… but no.
After much frustration with potential directions, I decided to go with a pocketwatch, ’cause why not old school right? 172 more words


Audio Book Review: The Zones are shifting.

Terminal World

Written by Alistair Reynolds.

Narrated by John Lee.

Quillon is an odd bird in more ways than one.  As a medical examiner for District 3 of Neon Heights he gets to check out all weird brain teaser corpses collected by sanitation.   157 more words

Reviews Of The Works Of Others

Blackwood Gazette #217- Courting Disaster: Yolanda Desantana Seen Meeting with Djidanni Prince

By Alex Grosset, Arts and Entertainment

12/2/282- You might want to sit down for this one readers. Rumor has it that there’s a new power couple in town, and this time the word ‘power’ isn’t just a metaphor. 285 more words


A Little Taste of 30 Days

As promised to many of you, here is a little snipit from the upcoming anthology, Thirty Days Later.  I have been privilaged to be included in this marvelous and, frankly, fun effort.  1,152 more words


Re-Review: "The Falconer" by Elizabeth May

The Falconer (Falconer #1) by Elizabeth May

Goodreads | Amazon

Heiress. Debutant. Murderer. A new generation of heroines has arrived.

Edinburgh, Scotland, 1844

Lady Aileana Kameron, the only daughter of the Marquess of Douglas, was destined for a life carefully planned around Edinburgh’s social events – right up until a faery killed her mother. 1,017 more words


The Heartless City by Andrea Berthot

Genre: Young Adult, Steampunk, Supernatural, Abilities, Romance

Pages: 241

Published by Curiosity Quills Press



Henry Jekyll was a brilliant doctor, a passionate idealist who aimed to free mankind of selfishness and vice. 685 more words