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A Mother’s Love by Jolene Dawe #fantasy #review

Hi everyone. I hope you’re doing well. We are. Facing some heavy rain from a storm today, so what better time to talk about books? 🙂 I’ve done a lot of reading these last few weeks (thanks to thinks like weather, burnout, and carpal tunnel weirdness) so have yet another new review for you. This… Continue reading A Mother’s Love by Jolene Dawe #fantasy #review

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Divided Allegiance: Deed of Paksenarrion, book 2 by Elizabeth Moon #fantasy

Divided Allegiance by Elizabeth Moon (review copy is a personal purchase) Short review this time.  I know, long book, short review. Seems contradictory, doesn’t it? You’ll recall, (maybe), in The first installment in Elizabeth Moon’s fantasy series, The Deed of Paksenarrion Sheepfarmer’s Daughter (which I reviewed earlier here, but apparently not. Whoops!), that Paksenarrion left… Continue reading Divided Allegiance: Deed of Paksenarrion, book 2 by Elizabeth Moon #fantasy

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The Yden Collection, a fantasy saga by Suzanne G. Rogers

Suzanne G. Rogers has released a boxed set of her Yden series–The Yden Collection which is a saga of teenaged wizards and dragons. First up, in The Last Great Wizard of Yden. The story concerns Jon Hansen whose father disappears on Jon’s 16th birthday. Jon insists he saw someone kidnap his father in a flash… Continue reading The Yden Collection, a fantasy saga by Suzanne G. Rogers

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Review: Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore

Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore (Author supplied me with my review copy for an impartial review) When the Black Dragon’s evil Cimafra attack Dragonspier all who are able are forced to fight, including Lyra’s beloved Cullen. Meanwhile, Lyra must transcribe her ancestors’ books looking for a way to defeat the black dragon. As she does… Continue reading Review: Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore

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Currently reading: Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore

Staurolite (Enchanted Bookstore Legend Four) by Marsha A. Moore Blurb: Lyra McCauley, current Scribe of the Alliance, is the only one who can decode magic hidden in the recently retrieved ancient texts written by her ancestors, the first four Scribes. Information in those writings can help Lyra locate the four missing keystones, which will restore… Continue reading Currently reading: Staurolite by Marsha A. Moore

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Review: Kitty Takes a Holiday

Kitty Takes a Holiday by Carrie Vaughn (Narrator: Marguerite Gavin) (I borrowed this audiobook from the library) In Kitty Takes a Holiday, werewolf and radio talk show host, Kitty Norville, decides to take a break from her radio show, The Midnight Hour, and rents a cabin in the woods. Things go a little sideways when… Continue reading Review: Kitty Takes a Holiday

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Reading does not figure in Nanowrimo

Hi gang, I’m sorry I’ve not popped in here lately,but I’ve been participating in Nanowrimo so writing a lot more than reading. I’m …ouchie! And a day…well,I won’t say wasted. Some days I’ve not hit the 1667 needed, and but mostly this month I’ve exceeded the count (case in point,  yesterday=3,000+ and the day before… Continue reading Reading does not figure in Nanowrimo

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review: Witch’s Moonstone Locket, by Marsha A. Moore

WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET Coon Hollow Coven Tales, book 1 by Marsha A. Moore Reading copy: personal purchase. Marsha A. Moore’s novel, WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET, the first in a new series, incidentally, called Coon Hollow Coven Tales, concerns Jancie a young woman who wants to go to the coon hollow coven festival, but there’s a problem…her father is intensely… Continue reading review: Witch’s Moonstone Locket, by Marsha A. Moore

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The Princess Collection by Suzanne G. Rogers.

The Princess & Fairytale Collection by Suzanne G. Rogers is a box set of her charming fantasy romance tales. Clash of Wills is an exciting quest tale of a young woman’s search for her brother, and herself, and a young man pressing forward in his duty to do what’s right. Ms. Rogers populates the story… Continue reading The Princess Collection by Suzanne G. Rogers.