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Title: The Girl of Fire and Thorns Author: Rae Carson Publisher/Year: HarperCollins 8/21/12 Length: 320 Pages Series: Girl of Fire and Torns #1 Overview The first book in the acclaimed and award-winning New York Times bestselling trilogy. The Girl of Fire and Thorns is a remarkable novel full of adventure, sorcery, heartbreak, and power. Once a century, one person is […]

via Review: The Girl of Fire and Thorns (Girl of Fire and Thorns #1) by Rae Carson — Diary of an Eager Reader

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Push soft, clean hands into ecstasy and taste an ocean salted, in my heart. The deep blue… cold… hot fingertips. Waves of stars there from the start. by Felicia Lujan 11.18.2017

via Push — My Voyage Through Time

Review: I wonder exactly when it was that the audience was supposed to connect with Mizuki and Kenta. I mean, they were in the sports carnival sequence, and Kenta did kind of stand up for Nobuaki when he was being beaten to death by his classmates. However, none of that really makes up for the […]

via King’s Game Episode 7: Were These Deaths Supposed To Be Touching? — 100WordAnime

Hello awesome bloggers and happy Sunday 😍😊😊 Here’s the latest creepy posts which I really liked. Hey guys check out my Pinterest boards here 😊

via Prepare to be creeped out — Finally Unchained

I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK! And that could be an understatement. I’ve read eight Koontz’s books so far and I loved this. Really. I will not spoil you about anything, if you have not yet read this series. The story was not the “most-original-story-there-is” but that’s Koontz’s specialty – he turns that “old-story” into something […]

via Book Review: Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz — Vrushali

“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone This is our first book in our Harry Potter reread. Join us throughout the rest of the year as we reread the entire Harry Potter series! Comment below your thoughts during the reread! Next we we will […]

via Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone ReRead – Saturday Discussion — Thrice Read

“Platypus”. By Alex Markovich. Have you ever wondered why in our world there is so much absurdity? Where do so many animals, birds, fish and insects come from? And we, homo sapiens, sometimes behave no better than a wolf or a ram. Using platypus as an example it is very easy to explain. Once I had […]

via Alex Markovich. Platypus — Alex Markovich: author, scriptwriter

November is National Novel Writing Month. I’m not allowed to start another novel until I finish editing the one I started a few years back, but I still want to participate in activities that will sharpen me up as a writer, so I started messing around with 365 Creative Writing Prompts. (Almost) Every day in […]

via Rocket Girl. — Miss Apple Abroad

Oil And Blood In tombs of gold and lapis lazuli Bodies of holy men and women exude Miraculous oil, odour of violet. But under heavy loads of trampled clay Lie bodies of the vampires full of blood; Their shrouds are bloody and their lips are wet.

via Oil and Blood – William Butler Yeats — Underworld Writer

Clear some space on your DVRs and pop some popcorn, #DCTV is back with a vengeance this week as The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow all return.

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Watch ‘Marvel’s Runaways’ on Hulu November 21!

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Information Goodreads: Firefight Series: The Reckoners #2 Source: Library Published: 2015 Summary David did the impossible. He killed a High Epic. But in the process he lost another. Now he’s on his way to Babylon Restored, formerly Manhattan–to try to find answers. He needs to know that Epics can be redeemed. But Regalia, ruler of […]

via Firefight by Brandon Sanderson — Pages Unbound | Book Reviews & Discussions

By Xander Woolf The day the portal opened, everything changed. The tragedy at the King of Prussia Mall was just the beginning of our end. Hundreds of thousands of people died that day. The marble floors are eternally stained with their blood. I was there that day, shopping at Uncanny! with my best friend. I […]

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‘Grindhouse: Planet Terror’- One of The Coolest Zombie Movie Ever (Recommended) Grindhouse: Planet Terror is one of the most amazing scary zombie movie I’ve watched, the movie’s story line is very cool and interesting. The zombies in the movie are really cool and the movie is packed with action from the beginning to the end, […]

via ‘Grindhouse: Planet Terror’- One of The Coolest Zombie Movie Ever (Recommended) — matiuadex movies

Her ways have come again, swaying me to see what my father saw all those days… But when she got closer I knew my fight that had just begun, Was already over….

via Forever Within — Not All Who Wander Are Lost……

 

Series: House Blackwood Author: Sharon Lipman Genre: Paranormal Romance Stranger to Blackwood Book Two Would you doom yourself to darkness if it meant saving the one you love? Ryver is the only telepath in living memory. Whether he wants to or not, he can hear the thoughts of everyone around him–their desires, their […]

via Stranger to Blackwood by Sharon Lipman — Rainne’s Ramblings

Originally posted on SHAUN M JOOSTE: With all the excitement this year, writing novels, short stories, games and articles, I had forgotten that I had submitted a Logline for my sci fi screenplay ‘The Space Drifter‘ to the Wild Sound Festival site. As a gentle reminder, my screenplay had been recommended by the judges of…

via My Sci Fi Mystery Screenplay ‘Space Drifter’ Wins 2017 Logline of the Year — Dream Big, Dream Often

 

Hello, dear readers! This will be a quick post covering the single day of PhilCon I managed to attend. Unfortunately, my fiancee Anastasia became ill and I didn’t really want to go to the rest of the convention without her. There’s not really that much to talk about, so this will be a rather brief […]

via PhilCon — A Rushed Joke

I had a dream in the night…

via Vygis Vamp (Lugosi Leech) — Boon Bane