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Review: Obsidian and Onyx by Jennifer Armentrout

So, the ever-fabulous Vicki Keire mentioned on her blog that she was reading something called the Lux series. She called them amazing. I decided to check it out….

George Romero’s Day of the Dead

Since moving into the old farmhouse that I’m renting, I’ve been rediscovering horror. It’s actually very good timing for my next project. I’ll be beginning to write the…

The Avengers

I’m warming up Dragon with a blog post. I’ve discovered it’s a little sluggish first thing, and so I thought I’d do this before using it to write…

Review: Land of No Angels, by N. R. Wick

At first glance, Land of No Angels seems like it fits in the post-apocalyptic genre since it’s about a world that was taken over by demons and the…

Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Well, I finally got around to reading this, and realized, while doing so, that I have never actually read Pride and Prejudice. I’ve only seen the movie. I…

Review: Heroes ‘Til Curfew by Susan Bischoff

Susan Bischoff is one of the best indie YA authors out there. (I like her better than Amanda Hocking. That was SEO for you, Susan. More people will…

Review: Bumped by Megan McCafferty

Okay, prepare yourself for rambling and gushing, because this is the best. Megan. McCafferty. Book. Ever. Seriously. Find it. Read it. Do it now!!! A gander at the…

Review: Lure, by Stephanie Jenkins

I found a new awesome indie YA book series. (I think it’s a series. If it ended there, I’m pissed!) Lure is a nice twist on a the…

FALLEN, by Lauren Kate and FEED, by M. T. Anderson

I finished two books today. One, the lackluster Fallen, by Lauren Kate, and the other the gut-wrenching Feed by M. T. Anderson. Fallen clocked in at around 236…

Gifts of the Blood by Vicki Keire

This book is a slow burn. But it’s a slow burn worth the wait. Vicki Keire clearly has a gift for language. She can turn a phrase like…