A Stolen Kiss by Kelsey Keating- Review

A stolen kiss. An unstable curse. One big mess in the making. We are all familiar with fairytales. Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, yada, yada, yada. I bet you can name at least half a dozen more off the top of your head if you wanted to. Even more, the idea of a curse and … Continue reading A Stolen Kiss by Kelsey Keating- Review

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The High Priest’s Daughter by Katie Cross- Review

At long last, Bianca Monroe is free from the curse that threatened her life and her nemesis and former teacher, Miss Mabel, is imprisoned with no way of escape. But nothing is as it seems. Miss Mabel's mother Angelina, a witch of unimaginable power, is pulling strings throughout Antebellum. Derek, Bianca's father and High Priest … Continue reading The High Priest’s Daughter by Katie Cross- Review

A Review of Stephen King’s ‘The Bazaar of Bad Dreams’

“I made them especially for you. Feel free to examine them, but please be careful. The best of them have teeth.” And so Stephen King begins his latest collection of short stories, some of them humorous, some of them utterly terrifying. I had never had the pleasure of reading Mr. King's short stories before reading The … Continue reading A Review of Stephen King’s ‘The Bazaar of Bad Dreams’

Thoughts on Discworld- A Review of “The Color of Magic” by Terry Pratchett

In March of 2015 the British satirical and fantasy author and creator of the Discworld series of novels, Sir Terry Pratchett, passed away. Very many were deeply saddened by Mr. Pratchett's passing and talked about the impact that his works have had on them. I only have a vague memory of hearing about Discworld and never … Continue reading Thoughts on Discworld- A Review of “The Color of Magic” by Terry Pratchett