Our crop of covers this week ranges fairly broadly though the digital publishing offerings this month, without stellar results. Most of these covers are Ok, in the way that there’s one or two things wrong but the total package isn’t completely offensive, but very few of them get the green hand of Good. What […]
Prior to reading SECOND STAR, my only knowledge of Peter Pan came from movies – the Disney animated version and the later live-action one called Hook, so I won’t be focusing on canon comparisons. Second challenge is spoiler avoidance and with this ending? That’s a big challenge.
A big welcome to Mia Marshall who is here counting down the Top 10 Top Ten Things That Helped Her Become a Giant Geek and celebrating the release of Turning Tides, Elements #3 (published on May 6, 2014 by Match Books). Mia Marshall’s Top 10 Top Ten Things That Helped Me Become a Giant Geek I was seven the first time someone […]
Giveaway Alert courtesy of Cam Baity and Benny Zelkowicz celebrating the release of The First Book of Ore: The Foundry’s Edge, The Books of Ore #1 (published on April 15, 2014 by Disney Hyperion). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. 2 copies of The First Book of Ore: The Foundry’s Edge
CONFESSIONS OF THE VERY FIRST ZOMBIE SLAYER (THAT I KNOW OF) felt very reminiscent of The Walking Dead with slow walking zombies, groups of people battling against each other for resources while a zombie horde threatens humanity’s very existence. Except this story revolves around kids with
ATTACK THE GEEK is a delightfully quick and geeky adventure in the life of our favorite geekomancer, Ree Reyes. Like the full length books in the Ree Reyes series, ATTACK THE GEEK oozes geekiness into giant puddles of geek.
With these two new additions to the THE KRAKEN KING serial adventure, Zenobia and Ariq are established, compelling, and off on their adventure. Moving from the comfort of Ariq’s encampment to the wider world, we get to see both Ariq’s political savvy and the price of Zenobia’s fame in action. Zenobia and Ariq have an undeniable chemistry, but loyalties to respective loved ones mean their keeping all of that heat under wraps for much of this journey… but not all.
I don’t know if it’s a throwback to being raised Catholic, but I just can’t seem to get enough of angel-themed books. TRUSTING AN ANGEL did absolutely nothing to disavow me of that love.
Top 10 List & Giveaway: R. L. Naquin’s Top 10 Ways to Become an Urban Fantasy Heroine & win Golem in My Glovebox
A big welcome to R. L. Naquin who is here counting down the Top 10 Top 10 Ways to Become an Urban Fantasy Heroine and celebrating the release of Golem in My Glovebox, Monster Haven #4 (published on April 21, 2014 by Carina Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. R. L. Naquin’s Top 10 Ways […]
I feel like I’m part of the problem when I call out Missy Jane’s TRUSTING AN ANGEL cover for not airbrushing out all the real skin on the cover model’s back, but not enough to change my comment. Are there ever times when too much “realism” ruins a cover for you? If you’re a […]