New from Heidi Cullinan and Samhain Publishing: Carry the Ocean

I have read this book and I absolutely loved it. I didn’t really review it because I felt incapable of summing up what the book meant to me in a few (any) words. Instead, I simply implored my Goodreads followers to READ IT. I added the qualifier: IT’S AMAZING. Sometimes we just don’t need aContinue reading “New from Heidi Cullinan and Samhain Publishing: Carry the Ocean”

Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin

Sigmund Sussman is your stereotypical nerd. At twenty-two, he still lives at home. When not working tech-support, he plays games – handheld, console and MMOs. He has a Dungeons and Dragons group and the walls of his bedroom are papered with Star Wars posters and pictures of dragons. He’s a bit plain, a bit overweight,Continue reading “Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin”

Review: In the Fire by Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin

Holy angst, Batman! I read In the Fire in one sitting because I had to. I needed to know, from the second chapter forward, whether Ethan and Jamie were going to work it out—and if they didn’t, I was going to book the first flight to Seattle, or maybe New York, and start banging headsContinue reading “Review: In the Fire by Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin”

Review: The Sheltered City by John Tristan

Once again, John Tristan has created a unique and compelling world. The deeper into ‘The Sheltered City’ I got, the more I wanted to know. Why where they living inside what seemed to be a large dome sheltered by an enormous living tree? Where the dragons outside real or allegorical? What is the halfdeath and whatContinue reading “Review: The Sheltered City by John Tristan”