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A large chunk of you have probably already read this particular release by now but as I’ve just read it and it’s still fresh in my memory, I’m going to review it anyway. These days I don’t often sit around excitedly waiting for books to come out, I’m too busy trying to conquer my existing […]

via The Descent to Hell is Easy: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black — The Infinite Library


Like The Shining, its imagery and editing are weird and unusual…but it makes the film that much better.

via Movie Review – A Cure for Wellness — E.D.

While baby was sleeping on my lap, I played around with a couple of photos. The fantasy castle was created with a mushroom background. I actually saw red and white mushrooms in Scotland while climbing green hills where sheep roamed freely, but my camera battery had died. Note to self: Always have a backup with […]

via Fantasy–Moonlit Castle — Terry Spear’s Shifters

Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects author interview! Today, we have Charli Coty stopping by. Charli, welcome to the site. Can you give a quick introduction for those that may not be familiar with your work? Hi Matt, thanks for having me! I’m an old bisexual gal who’s been writing forever and this […]

via Author Interview: Charli Coty — MATT DOYLE MEDIA

Renee at It’s Book Talk began this meme as a way to share old favourites, as well as books that were published over a year ago. Not to mention those that are languishing on the to be read pile for whatever reason. This week I’m looking back at Dead Set by Richard Kadrey, author of the Sandman Slim urban […]

via #ThrowbackThursday ~ Dead Set by Richard Kadrey #YA #Fantasy #Paranormal — Between the Lines ~ Books’n’Stuff

Dear diary, It’s me again Elijah; the last couple days have been rough for me. I’m not sure who I am right now which voice is in control it switches so fast that it makes the pain so much worse. I have school tomorrow which I’m not looking forward to it’s been a long weekend […]

via The bleeding rose — Magical Insight

I’ve been working on my book series for 3 years now…. trying to get myself to edit them is a bitch. I’m worried that there wont be anyone out there that will like them, so I have also gone back to writing just drama/romance books. To me, they’re not good enough. I tried to have […]

via Is there any Fantasy readers out there?! — Niki’s Home Style

Tess Of the Road by Rachel Hartman Publication Date February 27, 2018 (US) Summary from Goodreads: In the medieval kingdom of Goredd, women are expected to be ladies, men are their protectors, and dragons get to be whomever they want. Tess, stubbornly, is a troublemaker. You can’t make a scene at your sister’s wedding and […]

via Life is a Journey — Confessions of a Serial Reader

Today I am delighted to offer something a little different, with a mini excerpt and book trailer for Carol Roberts’ mythological mystery Atlantis. Synopsis When Alanthea, high-priestess of Atlantis, connects to a woman in her dreams, she becomes haunted by a mystery. Compelled to trace the other woman’s life she finds coded poems that hold clues […]

via #Excerpt #BookTrailer: Atlantis by Carol Roberts @authorRobertsC — MiniMac Reviews

Directed by: David Bruckner Starring: Rafe Spall, Arsher Ali, Robert James-Collier, and Sam Troughton Plot: A group of friends take a hiking trip planned by a member that recently died and cross paths with a great evil. Review: Up until now, David Bruckner has been cutting his teeth on horror anthologies. He worked on the first V/H/S, a mixed […]

via Movie Review: ‘The Ritual’ — Funk’s House of Geekery

Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. Today, I’m delving back into the mind of Brad-Harmer Barnes with his third novella, Vietnam Black. For those unfamiliar with him, you can check out my interview with the man himself, as well as my reviews of his first two books, North Sea Hunters and […]

via Book Review: Vietnam Black by Brad Harmer-Barnes — MATT DOYLE MEDIA

Lucifer’s Daughter Queen of the Damned #1 by Kel Carpenter Release Date: February 20, 2018 We’ve all heard the story of the four horsemen. Harbingers of the apocalypse. Destruction given form. Four of the sexiest—wait no—forget that. You get my point. So imagine my surprise when I find out everything I’ve ever been told, is […]

via Lucifer’s Daughter (Queen of the Damned #1) by Kel Carpenter – Review + Release Blitz — Books and Blends

Need to catch up? Check out Table Of Contents here. 9: Mom, The Impostor You know you have the potential for stalking when you wake up and the first thing you do is peek out your bedroom window to spy on the house next door. I don’t know what I was expecting to see: trash […]

via Vampire Boys Of Summer (revamped) Ep. 9 — Paul Writes

I thought perhaps I would turn my hand to a spot of erotic fiction…

via Red Crush – In the Dark 8 — Afterwards

There was another story I wanted to show the progress of, but it being of the erotic nature, I didn’t want to shock my reader base, at least not yet, (sadistic laughter). Instead I’ve decided to post the progress on the Starcross Love/Sailor Moon crossover I’m writing. Sure, only two to three paragraphs were added, […]

via More Crossover Progress! — Shadowlight’s Blog…… Or Something Like That

Oh what a gift Imagination is To take the world And bend it To make what is not Into what is

via Imagine — Pix to Words

4 out of 5 stars Genre: YA fantasy US release date: March 6 2018 This arc was kindly given to me to review by Krysti at YA and Wine. She’s a wonderful book blogger who has been helping me start my blog! Overall Feeling: The fantasy in this world was unique, the characters were well […]

via Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi Review — A Science Girl in a Fantasy World

Of course! Have standards. Matter of fact, Lowering your standards is a bad habit. Stop it! Referring to my previous post, Man of Your Dreams, some folks took issue with my musing. In that post, I shared a prevalent observation which was that many in my generation are looking for the perfect, got it all […]

via Standards OR Fantasy — Destiny Class

I am delighted to be sharing a guest post today from Helen T Norwood, author of Nature of The Witch. I am gutted that I didn’t have enough time to read this for the blog tour, especially as it is set in my neck of the woods, Cornwall. My thanks to Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s […]

via #GuestPost : Nature of the Witch by Helen.T.Norwood @ThinkFitFoodFam @rararesources #Giveaway — Me and My Books