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December 7, 2021

How Can You Be A Fantasy Author If You Flunked Creative Writing Class? – An Origin Story by Thomas Howard Riley

How Can You Be A Fantasy Author If You Flunked Creative Writing Class? - An Origin Story by Thomas Howard Riley
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December 7, 2021

Review – Risen by Benedict Jacka

Risen, the final shattering title in the Alex Verus series was worth the wait. Benedict Jacka held no punches.
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December 5, 2021

Review – The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

Overall, the Bear and the Nightingale was a genuinely fascinating read, Arden's prose is beautiful, and her imagery is evocative.
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December 4, 2021

Let’s Talk About Mood Reading

Mood reading can be a blessing in disguise, but it can also be, put bluntly, a bit of a bitch.
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December 3, 2021

A Piece of History in Every Panel in “Mandela and the General” by John Carlin, Oriol Malet (Contributor)

John Carlin's Mandela and the General is an intense and subtle historical graphic novel that beautifully captures the history of the story page to pge.
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December 3, 2021

Review – A Psalm for the Wild Built by Becky Chambers

In A Psalm for the Wild Built hope swirls around Monk and Robot like song following them where they go.
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December 2, 2021

Review – Legacy of the Brightwash by Krystle Matar

Pick up Legacy of the Brightwash if you like: Intimate character work. A sleuth of compelling pulpy mysteries. Rich snippets of numerous sub-genres intertwined into fantasy. Relatable themes that resonate…
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December 1, 2021

Review – Dark Oak by Jacob Sannox

The prose and descriptive writing in Dark Oak is assuredly first-rate, hearkening back to the classic style that I completely adore. Save for an odd, modern colloquial "It is what…