Oct 24

Updates and Macro (not really) Monday

Sunset in Zion

I’ve been quiet recently. The reason is because I was editing. Currently I am between projects, so I’m getting back on my game. I’m reading a lot, and I have a lot of content planned for both here and Our Words. My family and I just got back from a vacation to Southern Utah. Utah …

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Oct 17

Summerlong – Peter S. Beagle

About the Book One rainy February night, while dining at a favorite local haunt, Abe and his girlfriend Joanna meet waitress Lioness Lazos, new in town and without a place of her own. Fascinated and moved by the girl’s plight, Joanna invites Lioness to stay in Abe’s garage. Lioness is about to alter the lives …

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Oct 11

GIVEAWAY | Patterns of the Wheel – Wheel of Time Adult Coloring Book!

The Wheel of Time was one of the first fantasy series that I read, and I loved it. I went to Europe at that time, and I hauled the entire series (I believe it was published up to book nine at that point) in a suitcase with me. Then the next book came out when …

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Oct 04

The Wall of Storms – Ken Liu

About the Book In the much-anticipated sequel to the “magnificent fantasy epic” (NPR) Grace of Kings, Emperor Kuni Garu is faced with the invasion of an invincible army in his kingdom and must quickly find a way to defeat the intruders. Kuni Garu, now known as Emperor Ragin, runs the archipelago kingdom of Dara, but struggles …

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Oct 03

Macro Monday


Well folks, I have a lot of things to say, but I’m also under an editing deadline so I gotta get that done. As a side note, you folks are aware of the fact that I edit stuff, right? I should have my review for The Wall of Storms by Ken Liu up tomorrow. This …

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Sep 27

Today you can find me on….

Today you can find me on Our Words, getting personal about… well, go read it and check it out. Click here.

Sep 26

The Ferryman Institute – Colin Gigl

About the Book In this stunning, fantastical debut novel from a bold new voice in the bestselling traditions of Christopher Moore and Jasper Fforde, a ferryman for the dead finds his existence unraveling after making either the best decision or the biggest mistake of his immortal life. Ferryman Charlie Dawson saves dead people—somebody has to …

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Sep 22

Chapel of Ease – Alex Bledsoe

About the Book When Matt Johanssen, a young New York actor, auditions for “Chapel of Ease,” an off-Broadway musical, he is instantly charmed by Ray Parrish, the show’s writer and composer. They soon become friends; Matt learns that Ray’s people call themselves the Tufa and that the musical is based on the history of his …

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Sep 20

Behind the Throne – K. B. Wagers

About the Book Meet Hail: Captain. Gunrunner. Fugitive. Quick, sarcastic, and lethal, Hailimi Bristol doesn’t suffer fools gladly. She has made a name for herself in the galaxy for everything except what she was born to do: rule the Indranan Empire. That is, until two Trackers drag her back to her home planet to take …

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Sep 19

Announcing the winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Coloring Book

Alright folks, the other night I turned on my trusty laptop, went to random.org, and figured out who was the lucky winner of the Edgar Allan Poe coloring book. Congratulations, Mercedes Yardley! And thanks to everyone who entered!

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