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A writer-editor-teacher's quote of the week #117

May I never want a merely prosperous life,
accepting pain or great wealth at the expense
of happiness here in my heart.

— spoken by Medea, to Jason, in…

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Cover Reveal: City of Hope and Ruin by Kit Campbell and Siri Paulson

Tada! Here we go, guys!

Every night the monsters hunt.

A city that is the whole world: Theosophy and her companions in the City militia do their best to protect the civilians from the monsters, but they keep crawling from the Rift and there’s nowhere to run. 200 altre parole


A Feast for Crows (ASOIAF 4) by George RR Martin

A Feast for Crows (ASOIAF #4) by George RR Martin

Kings are dying, the war continues, Westeros is in disarray.

With all of our characters spread out throughout the Seven Kingdoms and the Free Cities across the Narrow Sea this book is just one half of the adventure that brings us one step closer to finding out who will die and who will sit the Irone Throne. 142 altre parole


April 2016 Reading Wrap-Up

This month was interesting reading-wise. I wasn’t wanting to read much the first few weeks, then Authorathon and Dewey’s 24 hour Readathon happened. I read most of these books during the latter part of April. 137 altre parole


Reading Wrap-Up: April 2016

April was intended to be “the month of university reading.” Suffice to say that it didn’t quite turn out that way – in fact I only read one of my four texts! 159 altre parole

General Musings

Fruit of the Lemon by Andrea Levy

Set around the late 1970s, Fruit of the Lemon is the story of Londonite Faith Jackson, a new university graduate with dreams of making it big in the fashion and textile industry. 583 altre parole


Review of 'Homecoming' by Tanya Bullock

I was contacted by the Blackbird Publishing to review Homecoming, and the description sounded quite appealing, and it was also quite a short read, so it was nice to break up some of the heavier stuff I had been reading. 495 altre parole