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2017 Reading Challenge

Jill Elizabeth has read 2 books toward her goal of 150 books.
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Book Review: The Bureau of Dangerous Matter by Hargus Montgomery

I am so disappointed – in myself, in the book, in my ability to stick with it… I wanted to like this one SO much – I absolutely loved the first book (The Seventeenth Pocket); could not read it fast enough. (I reviewed it on here, if you are curious.) I loved the concept, the […]

Book Review: Den of Shadows by Christopher Byford

I was so intrigued by the concept as described in the blurb. The description was short and pithy, full of mystery and the promise of hidden depths… Add in the delightful cover art and great title and the comparisons to The Night Circus and Caraval, and I was sure I would fall right in to […]

Guest Post: Dawn Reno Langley, Author of The Mourning Parade

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to a fascinating woman, Dawn Reno Langley, and her new novel The Mourning Parade. In addition to being pleased that I’m able to facilitate those introductions, I’m also quite pleased to be able to share with you her thoughts on inspiration in writing and a little bit of the […]

Book Review: Toward a Secret Sky by Heather Maclean

“‘There are a lot more demons than you might think. When Lucifer was cast out of heaven, he took a third of the angels with him.’ ‘A third?’ I said. ‘How? How did he convince them?’ ‘Evil is contagious,’ she answered simply.”

I have commented before on how much I enjoy world-within-the-world books, and this […]

Book Review: 51 Sleepless Nights by Tobias Wade

“I don’t know which was worse, taking the Devil by surprise or letting him know I was coming.” from The 32

You’re going to be surprised to hear how much I liked this one. First, it’s short stories – a genre I have long-standing issues with – and second, it’s horror – a genre I […]

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