Read, Reading, and To be Read: January 2019

All you book bloggers out there are great, you know that? Not only do you share so many fantastic books I probably would not have heard of otherwise, but you also keep me accountable in my own reading. So book bloggers and those who benefit from your hours of sifting, reading, and analyzing- here's to … Continue reading Read, Reading, and To be Read: January 2019

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Book Review: A Threat of Shadows

I read and reviewed number of self-published books in the past twelve months. Some might be surprised at this, but the quality of these reads are often as good as your traditionally published novels; in fact, sometimes they are even better. And one of my absolute favorites is A Threat of Shadows by JA Andrews. Here's … Continue reading Book Review: A Threat of Shadows

Audible’s (sort of) Laudables: The Witcher Series

For the better part of this year, I ate, slept, and breathed The Witcher series. It's easy to do on Audible- you finish one book and hey look! You've got another credit, want to buy the next book? To which I said, "YES PLEASE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT" thanks to Andrzej Sapkowski's affinity for cliffhangers. While … Continue reading Audible’s (sort of) Laudables: The Witcher Series

Book Review: I am Legend

The science fiction horror novel, I am Legend, imagines a post-apocalyptic world in which a pandemic decimates the human population. The first casualties of the pandemic rise again and walk the earth at night as vampiric creatures until everyone is either infected or feasted upon. Everyone, that is, except Robert Neville. Robert Neville, the last surviving … Continue reading Book Review: I am Legend

Book Review: Ender’s Game

Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card After reading Hugo and Nebula awards-winning novella, Binti (reviewed here), I knew I wanted to see more from the awards list. First up- Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. In this first science fiction novel of the Ender Quartet, the world is at war- not with itself, but with a horrifying … Continue reading Book Review: Ender’s Game

Read, Reading, and To Be Read: October Edition

Is it really mid-October already? This autumn is just FLYING by and it only just got that crisp, cool-weather feel like three days ago. Well, I'll enjoy it while I can! Between the latest (and maybe LAST! *SQUEE!*) round of edits for my forthcoming novel, hospital stays, and you know, life in general, reading has … Continue reading Read, Reading, and To Be Read: October Edition

Book Review- The Color of Magic

The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett A (hopefully) succinct and informative review! Summary The Color of Magic takes place in the fantasy world of Discworld, a flat, planetary disc carried on the backs of four enormous elephants standing on the shell of Great A'Tuin, a space-traversing sea turtle. With that fantastical premise, the story … Continue reading Book Review- The Color of Magic