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#Review of Chameleon’s Spell by @RoniOConnell & Vegetarian Chili #Recipe

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Books, Cabin Cooking, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Kriss Morton, Lady Reader's Book Stuff, Mama's Kitchen Mondays, Review & a Recipe, Reviews, Vegetarian | 3 comments


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Never answer the door when it’s raining… @MrMeyerhofer #FourthWallFriday

Posted by on Jul 4, 2014 in Authors, Books, Featured Posts, Fourth-Wall Friday, Giveaways & Contests, Guest Posts, Writing | 1 comment

More than Figments

Figments, smigments you are either real or your not, I mean, wait.

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Hollywood’s Greatest Sword Fights by @MrMeyerhofer + Wytchfire #review

Posted by on Jul 1, 2014 in Books, Entertainment, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Guest Posts, Kriss Morton, Reviews | 1 comment

Before I get to the Sword-fighting, because I know all you people want to read this part of the post, I am going to get into a short review. Stop laughing, I can write a brief and concise review without rambling. Hey! Stop laughing! I can! Especially when dealing with such an epic and fun fantasy novel! I said stop laughing! But let me introduce to you today’s victim..err guest, Mr. Michael Meyerhofer! Make sure you also check back on Friday because he is here with a fun Fourth-Wall Friday peek into the world The Dragonkin Trilogy! 

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Mamma’s Kitchen Mondays: S’Mores in a Mug & S’more @ADStarrling Books to Read

Posted by on Jun 16, 2014 in Books, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Featured Posts, Giveaways & Contests, Lady Reader's Book Stuff | 4 comments

You’re not going to just want s’mores cake but s’more AD Starrling books after reading the third standalone in her Seventeen series, Greene’s Calling, released today!!

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Birds and Bards Magic with @SelahJanel & Clyde #FourthWallFriday

Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 in Books, Featured Posts, Fourth-Wall Friday, Giveaways & Contests, Seventh Star Press | 6 comments

“What happens when a character in Kingdom City appoints himself as the author’s muse. A whole lotta weird, that’s what.”

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Wannabe Muppet..err Mage @AaronDrown & a Cocktail [interview]

Posted by on May 24, 2014 in Authors, Books, Interviews & Interviews with Recipes, Seventh Star Press | 2 comments


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The Children and the Blood by @MeganJoPeterson The war isn’t over but the covers are new!

Posted by on May 20, 2014 in Blasts - Blitzs - Cover Reveals - Showcases, Books, Giveaways & Contests | 2 comments

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The Curse Keepers by @DeniseMSwank #MyNetGalley

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Books, Reviews | 0 comments

My first Net Galley Wellness Challenge review n the blog! What is the Netgalley Wellness Challenge? It is a seven week period where “professional” readers take a pledge to this year the focus is on reviews and feedback. It is both for us, the readers and reviewers to let the publishers know how we are spreading the word about their their books. There is a webinar, several tip posts, and even a kick-butt hashtag: #MyNetGalley. 

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Writing Techniques – Pantser or Planner with #Fantasy Author @CasPeace1

Posted by on May 1, 2014 in Books, Guest Posts, Writing | 5 comments

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U is for a Unique Series – @HiJayPosey Answers a Question on Dystopian Fiction

Posted by on Apr 24, 2014 in #AtoZChallenge, Books | 0 comments

U-is-forLast year I picked up a book called THREE and was trapped in a real dystopian genre bender. A bit of fantasy, a bit of horror, great sci-fi and all so well wrought I was entranced at the utter beauty even in the middle of the bleakness of this post-apocalyptic world. When I reached the end I was shocked and thrilled. A real dystopia. No HEA here, people.  When Angry Robot contacted me about the second in the series I am pretty sure I made a lot of happy noises. Now that I have it to read as an ARC I am almost afraid to start. I contacted Jay and asked him if he could answer me why dystopian? I am a huge fan and it is very rare that you can find true dystopian fiction with all the classic conventions you expect and not some pretty foo-foo young adult coming of age story with girls in pretty dresses.

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