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Jodie from Witty & Sarcastic Book Club’s Favorite Books

Some of the My Favorite Books and How they Affected Me Hi! I am so excited to be featured on Beth’s wonderful blog. She’s my blogging sensei (wax on, wax off), and a great friend. I don’t know if this post will be up to the incredibly high standards that are present on her blog, but I’ll do my best. …

Book Review of A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djeli Clark

“Quite dreadful. No one liked desk duty. It often seemed half their job was paperwork as it was. Who joined the Ministry for the thrill of filling out endless reports, in triplicate no less? Then again, he thought dismally, neither did they expect to spend their days haggling with government bureaucrats over haunted tram cars.” RATING  4/5 STATS ebook, 41 …

The Greatest Witchy Witches in Literature

The Baddest Bitches Around The Greatest Witches of Literature Definition witch /wiCH/ a woman thought to have magic powers, especially evil ones, popularly depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat and flying on a broomstick. Similar: sorceress, enchantress, occultist, necromancer, Wiccan, beldam, hex, pythoness INFORMALan ugly or unpleasant woman.”he can marry the old witch for all I care A Witch …

Review of In The Shadow of the Spindrift House by Mira Grant

“Everything that’s loved lives.” ― Mira Grant, In the Shadow of Spindrift House STATS Hardcover, Deluxe Limited, 200 pagesPublished June 30th 2019 by Subterranean PressEdition LanguageEnglish STORY SYNOPSIS Nature abhors a straight line. The natural world is a place of curves and softened edges, of gentle mists and welcoming spirals. Nature remembers deviation; nature does not forgive. For Harlowe Upton-Jones, life has never been …