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Top 5 Wednesday: Disappointing Eye Candy

I have decided to start participating in Top 5 Wednesday, a Goodreads group created by gingerreadslainey over on YouTube. Every week has a set topic for a Top 5 list and this week is Disappointing Eye Candy – books that look gorgeous but were awful. 521 more words

Bookish Top Fives

review of BABAYAGA by toby barlow

Admittedly, this isn’t the first time I’ve read this book. I actually discovered it over two years ago, but for the sake of starting this blog off on a good foot, why not make the first post about a book I loved? 1,040 more words


Horrorible Review: "Sharp Teeth"

Enjoy this Monday with Mildred!

Sharp Teeth

I finished reading this last night and was overall very pleased with the book, which, given my history with werewolf novels is pretty incredible.  474 more words

Horrorible Review

Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow

This is a werewolf story written in verse. I don’t have to say anything else. You either already want to read this, from that alone, or it’s a lost cause. 119 more words


zed free zone

I know it’s early in my fledgling (but no doubt soon to be meteoric) literary career, but I want to get it out there.  Cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle (ugh) in my eye, I WILL NEVER WRITE A ZOMBIE NOVEL.  268 more words

Random Thoughts

Q&A | Sarah Cox on Gifting Houses to Writers in Detroit

One of the upsides of a city going broke is that it leaves plenty of scope for communities with similarly empty pockets – like artists – to try things on the cheap. 680 more words


Sharp Teeth

Author: Toby Barlow

Type: Fiction, novel, poetry

Published: 2007

I read it: April 2008

It’s a novel about packs of werewolves in California, written entirely in free verse. 72 more words