The middle-grade reading spree continues with The Bone Garden. I got a free ARC of this creepy but cute little book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I didn’t think necromancy could be the cute, but alas, it was. In spite of its cuteness, I wasn’t as engaged with The Bone Garden asContinue reading “Book Review: The Bone Garden”
Alright, so I’m back to that middle grade reading spree! Granted, it hasn’t felt like much of a spree yet since this is only the third middle grade book I’ve read this summer… Spree or not, I received a free copy of All the Impossible Things from Netgalley and read the whole thing in oneContinue reading “Book Review:All the Impossible Things”
For the next couple of weeks, while I try to finish my own middle grade novel, I’m going to be on a paranormal middle grade reading spree. City of Ghosts is the second title I’ve read since I started and it was so much better than the first book I read off my middle gradeContinue reading “Book Review: City of Ghosts”
Space Opera was a strange book that seemed to break all the rules. Even though the end was slightly anticlimactic end, it was an enjoyable ride. However, it did take me while to get into. This was not the kind of book I got sucked into right away and read in a few hours. TheContinue reading “Book Review: Space Opera”
I finally got around to reading Cthulhu Blues, the third installment in the Spectra Files trilogy. It was refreshing to read a book set New England. Many of the books I’ve read lately have either been set on the West Coast or in the rural midwest. While I do enjoy reading about places I’ve neverContinue reading “Book Review: Cthulhu Blues”
I want to see how long they can hold their own darkness off for, and I want to see what happens when they fail.
One of my favorite things about this book was that it included voices from all across the spectrum of nonbinary people.
The Disasters is a treasure. After the last future-set, sci-fi book I read, The Disasters was like a breath of fresh air. The Disasters had a narrative kept me glued to kindle, only taking a breaks to do necessary things like eat, use the bathroom, and walk the dog until the book was done. Thankfully, I’mContinue reading “Book Review: The Disasters”
2018 is just about over, and while it may not have been my most fruitful year for producing new work, it was a fantastic year for publishing. My first novel was published. My short fiction and poetry appeared in nineteen publications Of all of these, my favorite is my novel, Power Surge. For short stories,Continue reading “2018 Publication Round-up”
I received a free copy of this through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. The Razor is both the title of the book and the setting. It’s a small strip of habitable land on an otherwise inhabitable planet: one side is firestorms and radiation, the other is ice and cold that willContinue reading “Book Review: The Razor”