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Luke Wallace stumbled over the alien terrain as the dawning sun rose to his left, but it was the twinkling of tiny lights directly in his path that had been holding his attention for the past three hours. The biologist was the sole survivor of the “Hawking,” an exploratory superluminal spacecraft owned by Blue Astra […]

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Title: Girls of Paper and Fire Author: Natasha Ngan Rating: 4/5 Stars Series? Yes Goodreads Book Depository | Booktopia | Dymocks Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Hachette Australia in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warning for sexual assault. Girls of Paper and Fire is an antidote to the poison that […]

via Book Review: Girls of Paper and Fire — Read at Midnight

Title: Valiant Author: Merrie Destefano Publisher: Entangled: Teen Publication Date: December 4, 2018 Page Count: 400 My rating: 4 stars About the book: The Valiant was supposed to save us. Instead, it triggered the end of the world. Earth is in shambles. Everyone, even the poorest among us, invested in the Valiant’s space mining mission in the hopes we’d be saved from ourselves. […]

via Valiant by Merrie Destefano @merriedestefano @EntangledTeen #bookreview #YA #scifi #fantasy #romance — Carries Book Reviews

The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton ~ 440 pages ~ published 2/6/18 by Disney-Hyperion Goodreads Synopsis: Camellia Beauregard is a Belle. In the opulent world of Orléans, Belles are revered, for they control Beauty, and Beauty is a commodity coveted above all else. In Orléans, the people are born gray, they are born damned, and only […]

via Book Review: The Belles — Whit Reads Lit

Anxiously waiting Tension building, danger lurks Screams cut through the night ****** My own photo taken at Scarrigan Farms in Mooresville, NC. Would highly recommend if you are in the area!

via Strange Writing: Horror Haiku — Everyday Strange

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Title: A Truly Remarkable Thing by Hank Green Publisher: Penguin USA [Dutton] Verdict: 3/5 In a nutshell (Amazon): In his much-anticipated debut novel, Hank Green—cocreator of Crash Course, Vlogbrothers, and SciShow—spins a sweeping, cinematic tale about a young woman who becomes an overnight celebrity before realizing she’s part of something bigger, and stranger, than anyone could have […]

via Jee’s #bookreview of #ATrulyRemarkableThing by Hank Green #PenguinUSA @DuttonBooks #fiction #scifi *WARNING* #UNPOPULARopinion (Please don’t hate me) — Hooked On Bookz

Right from episode one of Steins;Gate 0 I kind of sat on the fence about whether or not I was on board with this most recent addition to the Steins;Gate anime world. Overall it was an up and down experience but now we come to the final review and I have to figure out exactly how I feel about this show.

via Steins;Gate 0 Series Review: Here We Go Again, Again — 100WordAnime

She excelled in Witchcraft Casted her spell on Any man who crossed her lane Pretentious was her first and Deceitful was her middle name Her eyes were fixed on him this time And she got ready for the hunt Wearing the facade of innocence She went in front But his wisdom helped him See her […]

via Witchcraft — I refuse to give up

The Ladies of Horror Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge! Tempted by Melissa R. Mendelson It was only 11:30 in the morning, and the office staff was gearing up for lunch. I was chained to my desk, sifting through endless invoices, confirming that each one was paid. The temp agency that I worked for only allowed for a fifteen-minute […]

via Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Melissa R. Mendelson @melissmendelson @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction — Spreading the Writer’s Word

When the symphony first played, only a small portion of the child population was taken. The symphony was like a classical music composed by a disturbed Beethoven on his deathbed, notes that penetrated your ears and made your eardrums complain. When the symphony began to play, it happened all over the world. Televisions, computers, phones, […]

via The Death Symphony (A Short Story By Erwin Wensley) — Erwin Wensley

My binoculars focus on the cars and motorcycles in front of the shed down there. Men and women exchanging pieces of machinery they will sell to buy weapons and continue their business. Hunters who, like me, dedicate their lives to finding technological remains from the Other Side. Machines coming from Earth Two are worth almost […]

via Frontier – Chapter I — Erwin Wensley

Synopsis: “Welcome to Mexico City… An Oasis In A Sea Of Vampires… Domingo, a lonely garbage-collecting street kid, is busy eking out a living when a jaded vampire on the run swoops into his life. Atl, the descendant of Aztec blood drinkers, must feast on the young to survive and Domingo looks especially tasty. Smart, […]

via Blogtober – Mini Review : Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia — Reading Parental

I’m sure I’m not the only one who finishes a book, puts it down and thinks ‘I wish I could see that on screen?’ Some books just give of that air of being perfect for a TV show or movie. Here are some that give me that feel! Goodreads | Amazon Pay close attention and […]

via Books I Wish Were TV Shows/Films —

On the roof of the Dreamwalk Library, a Dark Solarian is draining Librarian Millie’s life force, and a fearsome kilowasp cloud (to the nearest power of ten) is descending. The library employee plans to offer his own life force, if he has any, to save Millie, and no-one cares what the penguins are doing. In […]

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I’m back after my long absence from the blogging world!!! For my not-so-grand comeback, here’s an ARC review of Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan.

via GIRLS OF PAPER AND FIRE BY NATASHA NGAN || ARC REVIEW — bookdragonism

The Day of the Dead falls on Halloween and is celebrated in the Mexican culture. Their holiday focuses on memories and having a day to remember and celebrate family, including those of the living and of the dead. The Book of Life by 20th Century Fox decided to create a film taking a unique twist on the meaning of the holiday

via The Book of Life – Film Review — Our Fantasy Realm

As much as the first episode made a splash and instantly grabbed my attention with its zany and hard hitting first scene and a follow up that was fairly surreal mostly because the audience didn’t see it coming, episodes 2 and 3 had an uphill battle to maintain that. Firstly, the surprise is lost. We […]

via Zombieland Saga Episodes 2 + 3: With The Gimmick Revealed, Does This Have Staying Power — 100WordAnime

Emika Chen barely made it out of the Warcross Championships alive. Now that she knows the truth behind Hideo’s new NeuroLink algorithm, she can no longer trust the one person she’s always looked up to, who she once thought was on her side. Determined to put a stop to Hideo’s grim plans, Emika and the […]

via Wildcard (Warcross #2)-Book Review — Books Tales by me

Hello and welcome to Octocon weekend!

via Octocon Day 1 — Not Another Book Blogger

Sleeping Beauties by Stephen and Owen King Series: N/A Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Published September 26th, 2017 Genres: Fantasy, Horror Pages: 718 Format: Hardback Buy: Book Depository | Amazon In this spectacular father/son collaboration, Stephen King and Owen King tell the highest of high-stakes stories: what might happen if women disappeared from the world of men? All around the world, something […]

via Sleeping Beauties by Stephen and Owen King — Bookneeders