Many of the books I choose to read are in the fantasy genre. I was looking for something different and a friend recommended The Gargoyle, a psychological/historical…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “The Gargoyle” by Andrew Davidson”
Seven excellent books for writers about writing.
I picked this up while looking for a steampunk book, a genre that I’m trying to get more into recently. I bought a steampunk novel, got a…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Nevernight” by Jay Kristoff”
I pre-ordered this months ago because the premise really hooked me. Nearly a hundred years in the future, London and the rest of the world are underwater,…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “The Light at the Bottom of the World” by London Shah”
Following the fantastic novel Outlander is Dragonfly in Amber. I can’t believe I wasn’t aware of these books’ existence until very recently. This novel was originally published…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Dragonfly in Amber” by Diana Gabaldon”
Fictional writing sample: The Queen’s Alchemist Genre: Fantasy Words: 3,582 The Unwilling Theo didn’t know what to do, so he ran. His gasping sobs were lost under…… Read more “The Queen’s Alchemist (Short Story)”
Kingdom of Souls has been hyped all year by HarperCollins and was released a couple of weeks ago. I liked the snake designs in the early promotional…… Read more “Book Review: “Kingdom of Souls” by Rena Barron”
Outlander was another recommendation from my Mum, who is a real book nerd. Somehow, the TV show (now on Netflix) had passed me by until now. A…… Read more “Spoiler-Free Book Review: “Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon”