Monthly Archives: February 2014

Season of the Wolf by Robin Summers Review

Disclaimer: This review is for a lesbian romantic suspense novel, so readers that are uncomfortable with homosexual content may want to skip this one. Season of the Wolf follows Devon James, a young woman who has been on the run … Continue reading

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Not Quite a Review of Fanboy Comics’ The Arcs

I’m not going to actually review Fanboy Comics’ latest offering, The Arcs for a variety of reasons. The biggest one is that as a contributor to the website, which I openly admit throughout the web, I know I can’t be … Continue reading

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State of the Reviews and Stuff

When I started my blog I told myself that I would make sure to have at least one post a week because I didn’t want to turn it into my Livejournal where I read friends’ posts and never write anything … Continue reading

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Don’t Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski

It’s disappointing when a book about teenagers getting telepathy manages to feel like any other teen novel complete with cheating, dating, and school relationships. Don’t Even Think About It starts with an interesting premise: twenty-two Bloomberg High School students from … Continue reading

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The Lady’s Maid by Dilly Court Review

According to Netgalley’s info page for The Lady’s Maid Dilly Court is one of several British authors whose ebooks were made available in the US for the first time in 2013 as part of Random House UK’s international marketing platform … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Artifact by Gigi Pandian

I read and reviewed Gigi Pandian’s second book in her Jaya Jones series, Pirate Vishnu, last fall, and I received the first installment as a Christmas gift from my sister after I raved about its fun, light mystery. When I … Continue reading

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