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Fangirl Friday: The Elders and Welders Chronicles

I hadn’t really read a proper steampunk book until the author asked me to review the first two in this series. Once I did, I was hooked, but I’ve yet to find books that live up to this series. I also have yet to find time to read book 3, which is part of my… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: The Elders and Welders Chronicles

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Writer Wednesday: Creatures of the Night

Creatures of the Night is one of my favourite series. I’ve written vampires and shifters multiple times over the years, but this one really felt like something original when I first started writing it. As it progressed, I fell in love with the way it expanded. It feels like it may never end, because there… Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Creatures of the Night

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Share-It Saturday: Following vs Followers

The funny thing about social media is that it all revolves around numbers. You go to follow a celeb online and what you’ll likely see is that 80% of their profile is people following them and the other 20% are select accounts they follow in return. That’s not what us regular folk experience. On sites… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Following vs Followers

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Fangirl Friday: Hidden Agenda, by Peter Berman

This book was a HUGE surprise! I was lucky enough to be asked to review it by the author and it still has one of the best endings I’ve read in a long time. If you want twists, turns, surprises and a great who-dun-it, then this is the one for you! But, beware, because it… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: Hidden Agenda, by Peter Berman

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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