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Thursday Quotables

Welcome to Thursday Quotables! This weekly feature is the place to highlight a great quote, line, or passage discovered during your reading each week.  Whether it’s something funny, startling, gut-wrenching, or just really beautifully written, Thursday Quotables is where my favorite lines of the week will be, and you’re invited to join in! 69 more words

Thursday Quotables

The Cage: Out of This World

(Published on July 1st, 2015 at The Muses PR)

By: Mónica González (Muse Momo)

Editor: Lucía B. Santos (Muse Lulu)

The Cage is a fascinating story about a group of teenage humans that are taken from Earth and into captivity in an artificial habitat outer space. 353 more words


FArFri: Crossover Trek by Mike Ling

I love crossover fan art!  A several years ago I created a SpongeTrek crossover and this week I found some hilarious crossover art by artist… 57 more words

Star Trek

July 365DaysofYA Link Up

This will be one of the slower months for me. With the vacation my reading has gotten a bit behind, and I have read a couple historical fictions this month, and those take me a bit longer. 129 more words

Book Discussion

Review: The Cage

Goodreads Summary:

When Cora Mason wakes in a desert, she doesn’t know where she is or who put her there. As she explores, she finds an impossible mix of environments—tundra next to desert, farm next to jungle, and a strangely empty town cobbled together from different cultures—all watched over by eerie black windows. 593 more words

Book Discussion

Review: The Cage (The Cage #1) by Megan Shepherd

Initial reaction: 2.5 stars overall, I liked the setup and really liked the beginning, but it dragged its heels far too many times and force fed the relationships far too much for me to really like it more than what I did. 580 more words


Review: The Cage

Title: The Cage (The Cage #1) 

Author: Megan Shepherd

Publisher: Balzer+Bray

Publication Date: May 26, 2015

Summary: When Cora Mason wakes in a desert, she doesn’t know where she is or who put her there. 853 more words