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High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning

Published: March 6, 2016

Holy Hell!! What a book! I mean when it ended I couldn’t believe that was it! I needed more. I NEED more! 744 more words


Book review for The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

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Hi again Faeries!

Maybe that doesn’t work, but never mind!

I just finished The Cruel Prince by Holly Black, and I thought, I would share my opinions! 505 more words

Book Lover

Faeries: Seelie and Unseelie Courts

Mythical Mondays

Faeries are magical, enchanting creatures and a major part of European folklore. They have fascinated and frightened people for thousands of years. 

The Fairy folk are generally believed to be kind and helpful, but can be spiteful, especially if they’ve been offended. 711 more words

Between Logic and Enchantment: Strange Magic

There was a time, before the age of logic and reason, when George Lucas’s name held a certain creative clout. “A George Lucas film you say? 3,904 more words

Creepy Columns

Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning

Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning is the fifth and last book of this story from Mac’s perspective. There are more to come, but from lovable Dani’s point of view. 221 more words

Book Review

The Goodfellow

This baleful repetition –

reaped and sown

by the click and the flash,

shackled in spider-murk

and animate tangle,

is no jest or gawde

but the felling of bodies; 96 more words

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Irish-American Witchcraft: Winter Court Wisdom

We are moving into what is usually the coldest part of winter in my area, and I find myself contemplating the wisdom I have learned from the darker Fey. 6 more words