Tag Archive: what to read

Book Review: Tin Swift

There are two reasons I decided to review Devon Monk’s steampunk adventure novel Tin Swift, book 2 of the Age of Steam series, rather than book 1. First, I was instantly addicted to these books and flew through them. Second, while they both…
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Coming Soon… A Brand New Horror Anthology and the DARK SKY Box Set!

Okay, I must confess––I’ve been a little too quiet about new projects coming this year. Re-writing a full length novel that you’re potentially sending to literary agents and trying to perfect as much as possible will do that to you….
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Sunday Snippet: “Anger is what we need.”

Hello again everyone! Hope you’ve all recovered from St. Patty’s Day. I took a shot of the Writer’s Tears whiskey one of my friends got me for my birthday,a and while the whiskey itself was really good, let’s just say…
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Book Review: Alone

I won’t lie––a part of me was dreading Scott Sigler‘s latest novel, Alone the last book in the Generations Trilogy. Not because I thought the book would be bad––faaaaar from it. Sigler is one of my favourite authors of all time, and the first person…
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Sunday Snippet: “Here I am.”

It’s Sunday again! That means another edition of Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog hop where authors share 8-10 sentences of their current, upcoming, or newly released work. We’re still following Sawyer this week in Obsidian Sky, last of the Dark Sky books, and of…
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Book Review: The Valiant

Female gladiators. Romance. Treachery. Honour. What more can you ask for in a YA fantasy novel based around Roman history? I admit it–– my expectations for The Valiant by Lesley Livingston were high. Very high. On the surface, it’s very, very easy to make comparisons to…
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Sunday Snippet: “I would never forgive myself.”

Welcome back to Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog hop where authors share 8-10 sentences of their current, upcoming, or newly released work. I’m still continuing with Obsidian Sky, last of the Dark Sky books. We’re back with Sawyer again, who has to gently turn down Abby…
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Book Review: Chaos Unleashed

Sometimes, it’s fun to follow a fairly unconventional demon on a harrowing journey that will leave you guessing until the very end. This is the case with Pippa DaCosta‘s latest release, Chaos Unleashed, the sequel to Chaos Rises. I’m very fond of her…
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Sunday Snippet: “That should draw them out, don’t you think?”

Welcome back to Weekend Writing Warriors! I’m continuing with Obsidian Sky, last of the Dark Sky books. While Sawyer is busy butting heads with a new member of his crew, Claire is still stuck with Davin (remember him?), who leads her on a mission, which…
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