Monthly Archives: December 2011

Review: The Crown by Nancy Bilyeau

This book was provided by the author’s publisher via my lady Blodeuedd’s excellent blog in return for an honest review. I haven’t been compensated for writing the said review in any way and the fact that the book came free of charge … Continue reading

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Review: The Monstrumologist (#01) by Richard Yancey

Book info:Form: epub file, e-bookGenre: YA horror and adventure (officially at least)Target audience: everyone Synopsis: An elderly resident of an old people’s home called William James Henry, dies in his sleep. He claimed he was born in 1876 which would … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fiction

Amy C at Romance Book Wyrm and Dottie atTink’s Place have come up with the idea for a Monday Morning Flash Fiction challenge. Each Monday a new picture prompt will be posted and if you choose to participate – you publish your Fiction Flash  on … Continue reading

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Review: Unraveled by Courtney Milan (Turner #3)

Book info: Form: Kindle e-book Genre: historical romance Target audience: adults Synopsis:  “ ‘Well’, Miranda said. ‘It’s a sweet tale about kittens and puppies and rainbows and love.’ “ If I were cruel I would leave you only with that … Continue reading

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About Introverts and myths…so a bit about Anachronist

This entry will be a bit revealing. It is an excerpt taken from The Introvert Advantage (How To Thrive in an Extrovert World), by Marti Laney, Psy.D. According to the book, only about 25% of people are Introverts. A section of Laney’s … Continue reading

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Review: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel

Book info:Form: e-book, mobi formatGenre: historical fictionTarget audience: history geeks, adult and young; other readers as wellSynopsis:  England in the 1520s. Relatively young Henry VIII has a family-related problem – a wife much older than himself and no male heir. Should I … Continue reading

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Friday Flash Fiction

Amy C at Romance Book Wyrm and Dottie atTink’s Place have come up with the idea for a Monday Morning Flash Fiction challenge. Each Monday a new picture prompt will be posted and if you choose to participate – you publish your Fiction Flash  on … Continue reading

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The Hermetica of Elysium by Annamarie Banks

This book was provided by the author’s publisher via my lady Blodeuedd’s excellent blog in return for an honest review. I haven’t been compensated for writing the said review in any way and the fact that the book came free of charge … Continue reading

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Review: Soldier (Duke’s Obsession 02) by Grace Burrowes

Book info: Form: e-book, Kindle format Genre: historical romance Target audience: adults  Why I read it:Oh, really mum, not my fault, not at all. Bad influence, nothing less, that’s the beginning and the end of it. First I’ve seen a … Continue reading

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Guest review: Breathless by Lurlene McDaniel, written by rameau

Hello everybody, I have a treat for you today. Please welcome very warmly rameau, who kindly agreed to publish her last review on my blog. Her reviews might be also found on other blogs and on Goodreads of course. In … Continue reading

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