February 5, 2015

Spoiler free review!  I love it when a book gets me. When I can open it up and I think “oh, that’s something new.” and it sucks me in. Seraphina, Rachel Hartman’s first novel, had a very fun and very new concept for me. What if dragons and humans could live and work side by…

December 11, 2014

Christmas time is heeeerrreee. Celebrate with cheeerrrrrrr. I am exhausted from traveling, working, and other things, but I did get to read on my vacation! WOOHOO! The recommended books below are good for anytime, but I feel, in December especially, one is either very happy-go-lucky or very “down with people”. Clicking the book cover will…

December 3, 2014

Did you have a personal reason to write the novel? – Yes. My first Realmsic book was a hundred pages long and written completely in rhyme. It was something I’d always wanted to do as a promise to my younger self. I didn’t think people would actually be interested in a rhyming epic-adventure. But a…

September 26, 2014

Quick Thoughts: Quick read. Delightful Great for kids Positive Lessons Magnus Opum is a great fantasy read! Sitting at about 200 pages I read this in the span of a football game. Giants vs Redskins to be exact. The main character, Magnus sets out on a quest to eliminate an enemy of the land, but not all is what it seems…

June 11, 2014

What is there that can be possibly be said about someone as delightful and audacious as Neil Gaiman? I had the pleasure of listening to the Audible version of Neverwhere voiced by Neil himself. He did an amazing job voicing the characters, their rhythms and personality distinct intriguing. I have always loved Stardust and was…

March 18, 2014

I recently read this delightful book when looking for something to listen to while at work. I don’t know why I keep doing that as I get distracted when it’s a new book and I end up just using it for workouts.* Anyhow, I don’t remember this being so funny from my childhood reading! I…

March 16, 2014

Written by Kelly Thompson, this book got such amazing reviews on io9 that I have been dying to check it out. It’s a short read which is nice and took about 5 hours. I’m ambivalent about it. The premise is great and the mythology behind it intriguing, but I feel like the author just threw any…

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