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2018 Yearbook – Part 1

My Yearbook of Awesome Books has come around again. I hope you find some favourites or some potential next reads. (Please note, when talking about a series, I’m only using the blurb of book 1, to avoid spoilers for the series) ~ Lavender Shores 1-8, by Rosalind Abel Confident businessman Joel Rhodes sees the small… Continue reading 2018 Yearbook – Part 1

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2017 Yearbook – Part 2

My Yearbook of Awesome Books has come around again. I hope you find some favourites or some potential next reads. ~ The Crofton Chronicles by Rebecca Cohen When his sister reneges on her engagement to Anthony Redbourn, Earl of Crofton, actor Sebastian Hewel must play his most difficult role yet: impersonating his sister in order to restore… Continue reading 2017 Yearbook – Part 2

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2017 Yearbook – Part 1

My Yearbook of Awesome Books has come around again. I hope you find some favourites or some potential next reads. ~ Frostbite by Alexandria Bellefleur After his sister touches a lethal Frost Flower and succumbs to Frozen Sickness, Rainor seeks out the mysterious Dragon, who purportedly holds the only cure for the fatal disease. In gratitude for… Continue reading 2017 Yearbook – Part 1

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How To: 10 Writing “Rules” We Wish More Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Would Break

Reblogged from gizmodo ~ Charlie Jane Anders . Science fiction and fantasy are genres where almost anything can happen — as long as the author can make it seem plausible, and as long as it’s part of a good story. But that doesn’t mean there are no rules. If anything, the fact that these genres… Continue reading How To: 10 Writing “Rules” We Wish More Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Would Break