It’s Tuesday! It’s time to share your excerpts and teasers from books we are currently reading, have read or are planning to read. So, feel free to join us by sharing the first paragraph or (a few) of a book you are reading or thinking… Read More »First Chapter, First Paragraph, Tuesday Intros/Teaser Tuesdays – May 17th
Please join me in welcoming Bryan Davis to the blog today to chat about tugging at a parent’s heartstrings while writing his new novel, My Soul to Take! MY SOUL TO TAKE by Bryan Davis SERIES: The Oculus Gate #3 GENRE: Inspirational Supernatural/Speculative Fiction PUBLISHER:… Read More »Guest Post: Bryan Davis & My Soul to Take
The Patron Thief of Bread, by Lindsay Eager (May 17th 2022, Candlewick) is a heart-warming and heart-wrenching story of a orphan girl’s journey towards a safe place in the world. Atop the unfinished cathedral of the town of Odierne sit its gargoyles, themselves unfinished. All but… Read More »The Patron Thief of Bread, by Lindsay Eager
Welcome to Eden is the latest hit TV show from Netflix. The show produced in Spain has reached the number one position of the most watched shows on the platform in several countries. It is an understatement to say the show is a huge success.… Read More »Who Is Isaac In Welcome To Eden? Meet The Character And The Real Person Behind It?
http://www.bookroomreviews.com Movies About Writing That Are So True They Hurt The truth hurts and writing something truthful can be sheer agony. Just take a look at these movies about writing that are so true they hurt as they lay bare the writing life in all… Read More »Movies About Writing That Are So True They Hurt
Vampire in the Garden is the latest show produced by Studiot Wit. The studio has been working very closely with Netflix is the last couple of years, delivering some of the original anime content to the platform. Right now, Studio Wit is on fire, as… Read More »‘Vampire In The Garden’ Ending, Explained: What Happens At The End Of Vampire Garden?
About Stained Glass Art • Publisher: Klutz (May 18, 2021) • Hardcover: 60 pages Create 18 works of art that look like stained glass! This activity book contains 42-pages of instruction and inspiration, 18 sheets of stained glass coloring paper, and 5 precision-tip markers to create works of… Read More »Klutz Activity Books, on tour May/June 2022
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The Last Roman: Book One: Exile by B.K. Greenwood Buy on Amazon The Last Roman: Book One: Exile by B.K. Greenwood Seasoned imperial officer Marcus Sempronius Gracchus leads the 9th Roman Legion into bloody battle against a fierce barbarian rival. It’s a battle he won’t survive.… Read More »The Last Roman: Book One: Exile by B.K. Greenwood
Books on the early days of baseball are always fascinating, and this biography of Charlie Murphy, the owner of the Cubs in the early 20th century, is no exception. Here is my review: Title/Author: “Charlie Murphy: The Iconclastic Showman behind the Chicago Cubs” by Jason Cannon… Read More »Review of “Charlie Murphy”
On the first Saturday in May, in the third year of the Great Plague, a fairy tale unfolded on a racetrack in Kentucky. A horse entered the Kentucky Derby literally at the last minute, after another horse was withdrawn, or scratched as they say in… Read More »The Messy and Complicated Fairy Tale of Horse Racing
Barely a year since his last novel author, Calgary-based author Jeff Buick is back with another fast-moving action thriller. This time he transports us to Abkhazia, an autonomous region inside Georgia, which has been fighting for independence since the USSR’s collapse in 1991. Given the…… Read More »The Krubera Conspiracy by Jeff Buick
We return to the world of people of the Meridian as Rebecca Roanhorse treks onward with the journey of Serapio, the Crow God made flesh who survived his own sacrifice; Naranpa, the deposed Sun Priestess left for dead; and Xiala, an outcast Teek sailor whose… Read More »Crow Gods and Sun Priestesses in Rebecca Roanhorse’s Fevered Star
Donna (Catherine Tate) and the Doctor (David Tennant) are one of the most beloved Doctor Who pairs. And with Russell T. Davies now back as showrunner, it looks like the two will be making an appearance in at least a couple of scenes that will… Read More »They’re Back! David Tennant and Catherine Tate Return to Doctor Who
If the news that the tenth Doctor and Donna coming back wasn’t enough for you, Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies came out with another exciting announcement today—Rose Tyler will be coming back as well… with Yasmin Finney playing the part. “Life on Doctor Who… Read More »It’s a Multiverse(?) of Exciting News! Yasmin Finney Joins Doctor Who as Rose Tyler
Every lonely man deserves a robot friend whose tummy is a washing machine. That’s the premise of the Focus Features trailer for Brian and Charles, at least. Brian and Charles unsurprisingly centers on an inventor named Brian (David Earl) who lives in the Welsh countryside.… Read More »Meet Your New Favorite Odd Couple in This Brian and Charles Trailer
Netflix has been having a tough time recently. They are still the biggest and most popular of streaming services, but their quantity over quality policy has been hurting its reputation with viewers. Each week, the streaming service releases new shows, coming from all around the… Read More »‘Vampire In The Garden’ Review: Two Races Fight For Survival In The Bloody Snow
Netflix’s newest legal drama, The Lincoln Lawyer, is a major international hit. Since its premiere on May 13, 2022, the series has attracted a large amount of attention and is, at the time of writing this article, one of the hottest shows in the world.… Read More »The Lincoln Lawyer Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot & More
Jeffrey Thomson’s Playlist for His Poetry Collection “Museum of Objects Burned by the Souls in Purgatory”
In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and… Read More »Jeffrey Thomson’s Playlist for His Poetry Collection “Museum of Objects Burned by the Souls in Purgatory”
“Shockwave” Written by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga Directed by Allan Kroeker Season 1, Episode 26 Production episode 026 Original air date: May 22, 2002 Date: unknown Captain’s star log. Enterprise is en route to a Paraagan mining colony. They’re a matriarchal society, which prompts… Read More »Star Trek: Enterprise Rewatch: “Shockwave”
The Boys, probably the best superhero series at the moment, received an official trailer ahead of the premiere of the long-anticipated third season which is set to debut on June 3, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Based on Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s homonymous comic… Read More »The Boys: Prime Video Reveals New Official Trailer For Season 3
Crunchyroll has announced that a new series has made the cut and will be included in one of its upcoming seasons as it has acquired the streaming rights to the highly anticipated anime adaptation of Chainsaw Man. Crunchyroll will simulcast the series from Japan later… Read More »Crunchyroll Carves Out A Home For ‘Chainsaw Man’
In response to efforts by conservatives to take books out of public school libraries— many of which center LGBTQ+ people and people of color’s stories— teens in Pennsylvania have created a fundraising auction. Through the auction, the teens are offering three signed copies of PA-based… Read More »Teens in Pennsylvania Created a Fundraiser to Counteract Book Banning
5 emotional, forbidden stars!! “When the day comes and you regret this, I pray you can forgive me.” “I’ll never regret this. Never” ‘I’ll never regret you.’ Tragic, forbidden, overwhelmingly emotional, and with a melancholy and sombre tone weaved through its entirety, June First had… Read More »JUNE FIRST by JENNIFER HARTMANN
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“There are two equally valid sides to every story. Every warped viewpoint must be weighed seriously for any grain of truth it might contain. If you shout loudly enough, down is actually up.” —“From Cruella to Maleficent to the Joker: Is It Time to Retire… Read More »Empathy for the Devil: Villains, Antiheroes, and Origin Stories
George Lucas’ Star Wars universe is a very large narrative that contains a lot of different mysteries. And while most of these are answered within the scope of the expanded Legends universe, people who haven’t gone past the movies might wonder why certain things are… Read More »Why Did Obi-Wan Kenobi Disappear when Darth Vader killed him?
With SPY×FAMILY continuing to dominate the otaku community as one of the biggest shows in recent years, the number of cast members is slowly expanding. Now, we knew from the manga which characters were going to appear in later episodes, but we did not know… Read More »Damian Desmond Voice Actor in Spy x Family: Meet Natsumi Fujiwara!
✖ WWE star Sasha Banks challenged comedian Kevin Hart to a Star Wars lightsaber duel – but not like you may think! Sasha Banks guest-starred in one of Kevin Hart’s Old Spice deodorant promos “Cold As Balls”, which Hart hosts on his Laugh Out Loud… Read More »Sasha Banks Challenges Kevin Hart to Lightsaber Duel
✖ Few villains are as iconic as Darth Vader, a figure largely known for being cold, calculating, and ruthless, but with the upcoming Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi series, star Hayden Christensen detailed that we’ll be witnessing a unique period in the character’s life that will… Read More »Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Hayden Christensen Says Darth Vader’s Jedi Hunt Is Personal
Today’s edition of SFF Daily Deals is sponsored by Flatiron Books, publisher of Elektra by Jennifer Saint $2.99 The Wrinkle in Time Quartet by Madeleine L’Engle Get This Deal $1.99 Artifact Space by Miles Cameron Get This Deal $1.99 The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna… Read More »Book Riot’s SFF Deals for May 16, 2022
Moms For Liberty has been at the forefront of book challenges throughout the 2021-2022 school year. Their challenges begin in Brevard County, Florida, and their challenged titles become the targets of similar efforts to ban books across the country. Members of the group have called… Read More »BookLooks, Framed As “Objective” Book Rating Resource, a Moms For Liberty Joint
HAPPY MONDAY!! A bit late today ’cause I had a bunch of stuff I needed to organize and phone calls to make, but all of them proved to be fruitful, so I feel accomplished! 😀 Now… time to build today’s early list so keep checking… Read More »Monday Early Bird Book Releases – 05-16-2022
You Deserve Each Other You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle is $2.99! This contemporary romance was featured in a previous Hide Your Wallet by both Aarya and Catherine. I’ve heard good things about this one from fellow romance readers, though some did find the barbs… Read More »A Freebie, a Boxed Set, & More
Welcome to the Blog Tour for The Girl with Stars in Her Eyes by Dawn Ford, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! I’m delighted to have Dawn on the blog today to chat about her new book! THE GIRL WITH STARS IN HER EYES by Dawn… Read More »Author Interview (and a Giveaway!): Dawn Ford & The Girl with Stars in Her Eyes
Shorties (An Excerpt from Morgan Talty’s Story Collection, An Excerpt from Margo Price’s Memoir, and more)
The Rumpus shared an excerpt from one of my favorite books of the year, Morgan Talty’s story collection Night of the Living Rez. NPR Music shared an excerpt from Margo Price’s memoir Maybe We’ll Make It. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Communion by Bell… Read More »Shorties (An Excerpt from Morgan Talty’s Story Collection, An Excerpt from Margo Price’s Memoir, and more)
Back when I first heard that Sherlock creator and former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat had finally gotten the rights to adapt The Time Traveler’s Wife, I was worried that his take would veer too close to the multiple Doctor Who episodes and season arcs that had… Read More »The Time Traveler’s Wife Is Steven Moffat at His Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Best
Palpatine’s execution of Order 66, which started the Great Jedi Purge, was one of the most important and tragic events in the history of the Star Wars universe. Faced with losing power at the hands of the Jedi, Chancellor Palpatine, who was actually Darth Sidious,… Read More »Why Didn’t the Jedi Use Order 65?
George Lucas’ Star Wars franchise is one of the pillars of modern science-fiction. There are a lot of different concepts explored within the franchise, some of which are more philosophical, while others are more practical. Despite the galactic setting of the narrative, a lot of… Read More »Why Do Lightsabers Turn Off When You Drop Them?
Luke Skywalker crossed his path with Master Yoda in the movie “The Empire Strikes Back”. It is also known as Star Wars: Episode V from 1980. Based on a story by George Lucas, the second movie (but chronologically the fifth) from the Star Wars series takes… Read More »How Long Did Luke Skywalker Train With Yoda on Dagobah?
With Battlefield 2042 bringing a range of odd dilemmas for players, many have chosen to revert back to Battlefield V – creating a whirlwind of new dynamics and a ton of questions to match. As a result, the player count for Battlefield V is much… Read More »How Many People Play Battlefield V? (User & Growth Stats 2022)
The middle chapter of the prequel trilogy, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, arrived May 16, 2002. To celebrate the movie’s 20th anniversary, StarWars.com presents Clones at 20, a special series of interviews, editorials, and more. As it turns out, the first person to duel Anakin Skywalker wasn’t a Sith… Read More »Clones at 20 | Hayden Christensen Looks Back at His First Steps as Anakin Skywalker
Today’s edition of Mystery Daily Deals is sponsored by Brian Lebeau $1.99 Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie Get This Deal $3.99 The Chain by Adrian McKinty Get This Deal $2.99 Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke Get This Deal $1.99 Midnight at the Bright… Read More »Book Riot’s Mystery Deals for May 16, 2022
When it comes to night dwellers of the supernatural variety, there’s something singularly unnerving about demons. They’ve always been the creature that scared me the most; Paranormal Activity had me sleeping with the lights on for weeks, and my genuine fear of demons is so… Read More »5 Books That Get Demon Summoning Right
British anthology series Black Mirror first appeared in 2011 on British Channel 4, and after two series and one special, it moved to Netflix which made three more series and a film. The last, fifth series, premiered on the streamer in June 2019. The fifth… Read More »Netflix Is Working On New ‘Black Mirror’ Series
Welcome to Eden is a Spanish thriller web television series released on May 6, 2022, created by Joaquín Górriz and Guillermo López for Netflix. It is starred by a choral cast made up of Amaia Aberasturi, Amaia Salamanca, Belinda, and Albert Baró, among others. In… Read More »10 Best TV Shows Like Welcome to Eden You Need to Watch
The Predator franchise finally returns! 20th Century Studios just revealed the first teaser trailer for Prey, the upcoming prequel movie, and the fifth main entry of the franchise. Without further ado, check the teaser trailer and the official synopsis down below: “Set in the Comanche… Read More »Prey: Hulu Releases First Teaser For The Newest ‘Predator’ Movie
Mayka is one of the main and most intriguing characters in Netflix’s Welcome to Eden. We have already written about who she is here on Fiction Horizon and in this article, we are going to tell you a bit about her gender in the series.… Read More »Is Mayka Trans in Welcome to Eden? Find Out More About Lola Rodríguez’s Gender
The middle chapter of the prequel trilogy, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, arrived May 16, 2002. To celebrate the movie’s 20th anniversary, StarWars.com presents Clones at 20, a special series of interviews, editorials, and more. Costume designer Trisha Biggar joined the production staff defining the look of the Star… Read More »Clones at 20 | Costume Designer Trisha Biggar Reflects on Her Most Challenging Film
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“Mothers fly away like migrating birds. This is why farmers have daughters.” We’re thrilled to reveal the cover of Kelly Barnhill’s The Crane Husband—a powerful, intimate adaptation of “The Crane Wife” forthcoming in February 2023 from Tordotcom Publishing. “Mothers fly away like migrating birds. This… Read More »Love, Sacrifice, and Family: Revealing Kelly Barnhill’s The Crane Husband
The middle chapter of the prequel trilogy, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, arrived May 16, 2002. To celebrate the movie’s 20th anniversary, StarWars.com presents Clones at 20, a special series of interviews, editorials, and more. On July 14, 1999, Rob Coleman attended the London premiere of the first Star… Read More »Clones at 20 | Rob Coleman on Bringing Yoda, Dexter Jettster, and More to Digital Life
Remember Star Wars movies? We’re kidding, but Disney Plus Star Wars has taken the spotlight. But, we actually have some Star Wars movie news to discuss including an update on Kevin Feige’s movie and Bryce Dallas Howard expressing her interest in directing a Star Wars… Read More »Star Wars MOVIE News?! Kevin Feige, Bryce Dallas Howard, and More
Julia Garner is an American model and actress. She is best known for her roles in the series The Americans (2015–2018), the Netflix miniseries Maniac (2018), the Bravo true-crime series Dirty John (2018–2019), and plays the title role in the Netflix miniseries Inventing Anna (2022). In films, she has starred in Electrick Children (2012), We Are What… Read More »20 Best Julia Garner Movies & TV Shows
ShopDisney has the TVC Republic Trooper (The Old Republic) and Droid Factory R2-W50 and BB-Proud figures available to order. Click below for the product pages! The post TVC Republic Trooper And New Droid Factory Figures Available On ShopDisney appeared first on Jedi… Read More »TVC Republic Trooper And New Droid Factory Figures Available On ShopDisney
What makes a physicist? Hi! I’m a neutrino, and I am so small that matter to me barely matters at all. I hauled a thick book about college majors back to an old wooden reading desk at my local library and opened it on the… Read More »What makes a physicist? by Dr. Eve Vavagiakis
Orbit is delighted to announce the acquisition of a new epic fantasy series from Matthew Ward, author of LEGACY OF ASH and the wider Legacy Trilogy, which was described as ‘epic fantasy as it should be; big, bold and very addictive’ by Starburst magazine. Ward’s… Read More »Acquisition Announcement: the Soulfire Saga by Matthew Ward
The lightsaber, also called the laser sword, was a recognizably dangerous and powerful weapon of the Jedi Order and their main antagonists, the Sith. The lightsaber has become synonymous with the values of the Jedi Order for maintaining peace and justice throughout the galaxy. To… Read More »What Is the Rarest Lightsaber Color in Star Wars?
After almost three years on hiatus, one of Netflix’s most known series — Stranger Things — will finally returns later this month with its long-anticipated Season 4. Netflix already released a lot of information and stuff to make us even more excited about the forthcoming… Read More »Stranger Things 4: David Harbour Teases New Villain
Wake of War is a timely account of the lengths those with power will go to preserve it, and the determination of those they exploit to destroy everything in the name of freedom anew. The United States is a crumbling republic. With the government floundering and… Read More »8 Great Novels about the Perils of War
The first book in #1 New York Times bestselling author Brandon Sanderson’s action-packed middle-grade fantasy—now in paperback with an all-new cover! | On my thirteenth birthday, I, Alcatraz Smedry, received my inheritance: a bag of sand. I thought the sand was a joke until Evil Librarians came… Read More »Read Harder: Library Edition
While putting together a jigsaw puzzle the other day, it hit me that my love of puzzles and of mystery novels are more alike than I thought. It’s satisfying to scratch your head over something that at first seems too complex to figure out and… Read More »Bookish Goods for Mystery Lovers
Poetry in films is a longtime passion of mine. This glowing love unfolded before so many personal firsts: first tube of lipstick, first slow dance, first cup of coffee. A tonic of curiosity, nostalgia, and obsession inspired me to cuddle up with four films that,… Read More »Movies Starring Poems And The Poets Who Penned Them
America’s population is diversifying at a rate faster than predicted. According to the 1980 census, 80% of residents were white, 11.5% Black residents, 6.5% Latine or Hispanic residents, and 1.8% Asian American residents. By 2000, the Latine or Hispanic population had surpassed the Black population… Read More »Between Cultures: Books about People Living in the Hyphen
Preordering books is one of the best ways to help authors, especially debut authors, to thrive in the literary world. The expectancy that comes from those sales happening before the book is out is a great way for publishers to know if a book is… Read More »How Strong Is Your Preorder Game? 8 Upcoming Graphic Novels You Don’t Want To Miss
Contemporary American fiction sheds light on the many perils of being an immigrant in the promised land. It depicts how this country slides downwards every day into new models of barbarity. Parents are separated from their babies, an arbitrary piece of paper can reduce someone’s… Read More »How Contemporary American Fiction Capture the Woes Of Immigration
Houses play a significant role in every one of Jane Austen‘s novels. In fact, they are often at the center of the conflict. There is a reason why two of her six novels are named after houses, after all. Think about it: many pivotal points… Read More »Quiz: Design Your Dream Home And I’ll Tell You In Which Austen House You Should Live
The story of a life is vast and can take many shapes. A book that describes the path of someone’s life can focus on many different aspects. There are many biographies that take global approaches to someone’s life, taking in all of the historical realities… Read More »What Makes a Good Biography?
There are so many amazing books to choose from for a list of the best romance novels of all time. But 90% of the time, when I see lists about romance on the internet they are full of books that just aren’t romance novels. Loving… Read More »24 Best Romance Novels of All Time
This site is reader-supported. When you buy through links on this site I may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. (Likewise, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.) Thanks. ____ Christian Fiction and Nonfiction Finds $1.59 / $1.99 Flights… Read More »Daily Finds: Monday, May 16
Sauron, the creator of the One Ring is one of Tolkien’s most developed characters. His defeat in the Lord of the Rings: The return of the King is achieved through melting the Ring, but in the first chapter of the trilogy Isildur defeats him by… Read More »How and Why Did Sauron Die When the Ring Was Cut Off?
In the history of live-action adaptations of Batman, a total of nine actors have portrayed the Dark Knight (not including those who’ve only portrayed him as a child and those who’ve portrayed him in TV series and not in movies). Most of them have had… Read More »How Many Val Kilmer Batman movies are there?
In the history of live-action adaptations of Batman, a total of nine actors have portrayed the Dark Knight (not including those who’ve only portrayed him as a child and those who’ve portrayed him in TV series and not in movies). Most of them have had… Read More »How Many Times Did Ben Affleck Play Batman?
When talking about franchises with memorable villains many will immediately think of the Harry Potter franchise and its noseless big bad. Until the recent addition to the franchise in the form of Fantastic Beasts movies, many fans were only vaguely aware of Gellert Grindelwald, who… Read More »Did Voldemort Kill Grindelwald?
We know Voldemort dedicated his life to killing a simple boy, Harry Potter. And he wasn’t opposed to killing others either. But Voldemort didn’t like to kill witches and wizards and called it unnecessary. So why did Voldemort kill Harry’s parents if James Potter was… Read More »Why Did Voldemort Kill Harry Potter’s Parents?
When talking about the Hulk, one can ask many different questions. Some of these are deeper – like can he die or does he age – but some are more trivial, although they tend to be more fun. One of those questions is the topic… Read More »Why Don’t the Hulk’s Pants Rip When He Changes, While His Shirt Does?
C- Flesh and Stone by Emily Hemenway September 30, 2021 Science Fiction/FantasyUrban Fantasy Flesh and Stone is a gargoyle romance, by which I mean that it is a romance between a human man who is turned into a gargoyle by a wicked witch, and a… Read More »Flesh and Stone by Emily Hemenway
The Lord of the Rings trilogy can certainly be classified as a classic of the fantasy genre. Whether you are a fan of this series or have just heard of it, you will agree that it is one of the best and certainly timeless works… Read More »Why does The One Ring make everyone invisible except for Sauron?
Digimon, which is short for Digital Monsters, is likewise a Japanese media franchise created by Akiyoshi Hongo (which is the collective pseudonym of a series of unknown individuals) in 1997. Digimon started off as a series of virtual pets, akin to—and influenced in style by—the… Read More »Best Digimon series: ranked
Geralt of Rivia is certainly the most famous witcher. After all, he is the main character of the books, the Polish films, the Netflix series, and the games. But is he the strongest one? It is not something we can find out easily since there… Read More »Is Geralt the Strongest Witcher?
Harry Potter is believed to be the most famous child ever and a favorite fictional character among children and young adults. He is equally celebrated in his fictional Wizarding World and the school he is attending, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, as he is… Read More »Why couldn’t Voldemort kill Harry as a baby?
One of the main aspects of gaming that keep players on edge and make them always return is the competition. The surge of adrenaline and dopamine one gets when winning in contrast with the frustration of losing makes for a perfect cocktail of a healthier… Read More »Is It Illegal to Buy or Sell Fortnite Accounts?
Detective Conan (Case Closed in the English translation) is said by many to be one of the most underrated manga series ever created. With an interesting concept, engaging illustrations, and well-written characters, it does seem to be a piece of art within its genre. Another,… Read More »Is Detective Conan (Case Closed) Finished? When Will it End?
The nitty-gritty: Lovely writing and eerie ambiance couldn’t quite make up for a confusing plot and magic system. Book of Night was not at all what I expected (something I’ve heard from other reviewers as well) and that may have impacted my reading experience. When… Read More »BOOK OF NIGHT by Holly Black – Review #wyrdandwonder
This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Barbara Casey will be awarding a $20 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the… Read More »Finding the Emotion by Barbara Casey – Guest Blog and Giveaway
Listening to Your Editor, Listening to Yourself, Listening Out Loud by Lou Kemp – Guest Blog and Giveaway
This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Lou Kemp will be awarding a $25 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner, a 2nd randomly drawn winner a mug and pen with the book image… Read More »Listening to Your Editor, Listening to Yourself, Listening Out Loud by Lou Kemp – Guest Blog and Giveaway
Unsalvageable by J Hali Steele Sanguine Blood Seekers Book 1 Publisher: Changeling Press/Razor’s Edge Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, LGBTQ Rating: 3 stars Reviewed by Nymphaea Vampires are real! Sten Majkovic has lived longer than he ever dreamed possible. Among his kind it isn’t easy having… Read More »Unsalvageable by J Hali Steele
Teddy Loses His Ears by Christine Milkovic Krauss Publisher: Tellwell Talent Genre: Children’s (0 – 6 y.o.), Contemporary Rating: 5 Stars Reviewed by Astilbe Teddy is a rescue cat who lost his ears from frostbite. Teddy has inspired a series of stories with his true-life… Read More »Teddy Loses His Ears by Christine Milkovic Krauss
Making Star Wars – News From the Prequels to the Sequels! Preface What follows here are a collection of scenes and moments filmed last year for Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi. In this piece, I attempt to connect the various pieces into a coherent narrative based… Read More »Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi Spoiler Recap! All Six Chapters!
It’s strange how there is always an upcoming Marvel project to look forward to. Moon Knight and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are now behind us, so now we’re looking at what’s to come, and the next movie is Thor: Love and Thunder,… Read More »Marvel: Kevin Feige Praises Ms. Marvel Star Iman Vellani
Wolverine is undoubtedly a fan favorite superhero from Marvel. He was featured in many movies. On the other hand, we have Colossus, who is another Marvel superhero, who was often overshadowed by the other X-Men members. But true fans know Colossus is no joke. If… Read More »Wolverine vs Colossus: Who Would Win?
Star Wars featured so many alien characters, and one of those characters are the Wookiees. You’ve probably would have many questions about the Wookiee’s existence, so let start with how long does a Wookiee live in star wars? Wookiees have a life expectancy of about… Read More »How Long Do The Wookiees Live In Star Wars?
Welcome back, dear readers. Today we’re going to revisit the sixth novel in Seanan McGuire’s October Daye series: Ashes of Honor. We assume you’ve been reading along with us because this will be rife with spoilers for past books and also for future, including a… Read More »The October Daye Reread: Ashes of Honor
It’s been nine years since we watched the last movie in The Chronicles of Riddick franchise, and we always knew that the fourth installment is coming, but we still have no idea when it’s going to arrive, especially since Diesel is now busy with the… Read More »Vin Diesel Shares First Look At ‘Riddick 4: Furya’ Storyboard
The Crowns, a ragged band of waifs, is the only family Duck has ever known—so when its sneering, verbally abusive leader proposes planting her in a bakery as an apprentice to steal food and money, she is eager to prove herself. However, Master Griselde Baker… Read More »THE PATRON THIEF OF BREAD