Not So Much, Said The Cat by Michael Swanwick Amazon Michael Swanwick takes us on a whirlwind journey across the globe and across time and space, where magic and science exist in possibilities that are not of this world. These tales are intimate in their telling, galactic in their scope, and delightfully sesquipedalian in their… Continue reading Review: Not So Much, Said The Cat by Michael Swanwick
The Edge of Nowhere by C. H. Armstrong Amazon The year is 1992 and Victoria Hastings Harrison Greene—reviled matriarch of a sprawling family—is dying. After surviving the Oklahoma Dust Bowl and the Great Depression, Victoria refuses to leave this earth before revealing the secrets she’s carried for decades. Once the child of a loving family… Continue reading Review: The Edge of Nowhere by C. H. Armstrong
Night Shift by Charlaine Harris Amazon At Midnight’s local pawnshop, weapons are flying off the shelves—only to be used in sudden and dramatic suicides right at the main crossroads in town. Who better to figure out why blood is being spilled than the vampire Lemuel, who, while translating mysterious texts, discovers what makes Midnight the… Continue reading Review: Night Shift by Charlaine Harris
I was almost tempted to say the past week had been uneventful, but that's not really true. It's just been a more chilled out kind of event filled week, instead of the manic weeks I seem to have had a lot of lately! It started off great when I found out The Library Project wanted my… Continue reading Libraries, GISHWHES, and NetGalley – Oh My!
Henchgirl by Rita Stradling Amazon The children of dragons and humans, the dracons, control eighty percent of the world’s governments. Humans worldwide are either subservient or prey. On the small vacation island of Mabi, humans call for war. Sixteen year old Dakota Kekoa lives a double life. By day, she pretends to be a human… Continue reading Review: Henchgirl by Rita Stradling