In this fantasy romance for all ages, a boy catches a glimpse of Fifika, as he flees with his family from danger, traveling with his clan with haste to the lands of the boyar, a mysterious benefactor. Smitten, the boy becomes her playmate there in the Carpathians where the boyar resides and whose hillsides are … Continue reading Review: In the Service of The Boyar by Jason Graff
I really enjoyed this book. It definitely feels like the beginning of a series, so hopefully there will be further Revelation Chronicles. This was my first time reading a LitRPG novel and it wasn't what I expected. The story begins with two sisters attempting to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. The setting is dangerous, with … Continue reading Review: Starter Zone – The Revelation Chronicles by Chris Pavesic
Today, I have a versatile author and his lovely robotic assistant, Lisa. Give a hand, blog visit, and/or book review to C.S. Boyack Thanks to Charles for opening his blog up to guest authors. It seems like we’re always looking for places to post, and this is a great opportunity.
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Exciting news! It's time for another Examining the Odd giveaway. This time, StrangeBooks.com have agreed to give away a full signed set of their books by author Mike Russell. They'll even throw in some cute little pin badges!
Here are eight books by the incredible Lord Dunsany. If you haven't read any of his work before, you should definitely give him a try. If you have read some before, perhaps you'll discover some unknown pieces in this list. The Charwoman's Shadow An old woman who spends her days scrubbing the floors might be … Continue reading 8 Lord Dunsany Books
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I spend a lot of time looking at and for strange things, but sometimes I am surprised. You can buy Salvador Dali perfume. Sadly, there is no description of it's smell, but I'm hoping for a swan-elephant juxtaposition. Elegant and strong. I'd love to know if anyone has actually tried the stuff.