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The Depths of Conquest: An Ember in the Ashes

Deep into the end of Spring semester, I read Sabaa Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes with only the barest amount of knowledge about the hype surrounding it. 1,095 more words

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Book Signing: Winchester Book Gallery

My second book signing for Voice of Innocence will be at Winchester Book Gallery in Winchester, Virginia, on Saturday, May 16th! I’ll be selling and signing copies of my book from 11am to 1pm. 213 more words

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Core Attraction: Can an anti-nuclear activist and a nuclear power exec find true love?

I’ve never been an appreciative romance novel reader.

Probably one of my problems with the genre is that the hurdles in place for the romantic couple always seem so flimsy, and I lose patience with the supposedly insurmountable obstacles dragged out painfully throughout an entire novel, with few other plot points of interest to grab my attention and relatively little character development. 278 more words

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Artemis Awakening

Y’all know by now that I am a huge advocate for the library and that most of the books I read are from the library. Most of the time this is great, but every once in a while it causes me to miss something I would like to have read sooner. 1,012 more words

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Historical Fantasy: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell

BBC America has announced that their adaptation of Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell will air in 2015. Naturally, I thought we’d better recommend the book to you, before the seven part series gets started. 617 more words

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My Quintessence is Now Available

  My Quintessence 2nd edition

Is now available!

Below is the description:

“Are You Ready For a Journey Into the Soul?
If you love the sound of rain against the roof in the middle of the night, or if you have ever felt compelled to dance to the rhythm of a band that only you could hear, you will love this collection of poetry from Jasmine Farrell. 169 more words