Category: Fantasy Sources: Art, Gifts, Ideas, Reviews, Article Resources


In a world where magic and the sword rule and dragons are forgotten, a band of friends find each other but can they overcome their own fears and trials in time to fulfill their destiny? Their adventure begins in The Sword and the Flame: The Forging. Before a weapon can be used, it must […]

via Book Review: The Sword and the Flame: The Forging — Pukah Works

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor The dream chooses the dreamer, not the other way around—and Lazlo Strange, war orphan and junior librarian, has always feared that his dream chose poorly. Since he was five years old he’s been obsessed with the mythic lost city of Weep, but it would take someone bolder than he […]

via Strange the Dreamer (Book Review) —

Dark Horse has released its third issue of Dragon Age: Knight Errant on July 12th so I’m here to talk about Issue number 2! Which plucks all my emotional city elf heart strings. Yes I know I’m an issue behind the curve. On the other hand this gives me a spoiler buffer. This issue uncovers […]

via Dragon Age: Knight Errant Issue 2 — Walk Off The Path

Captain America: Steve Rogers #19 Nick Spencer (A/CA) Jesus Saiz Rated T In Shops: Jul 26, 2017 SRP: $3.99 SECRET EMPIRE TIE-IN! • Steve Rogers has won over the hearts and minds of the people – save one! Unfortunately, that one is the person closest to him, the one he cares about the most. And […]

via Preview: Captain America: Steve Rogers #19 — Graphic Policy

Jennifer Hilt, co-author of the Venom and Vampires: A Limited Edition Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy Collection (out today!), joins us to explore the appeal of vampire boyfriends, book and otherwise. Jennifer: It is late July, the time of year when reunions have lost their luster and everything left on the summer sales rack is […]

via ‘Venom and Vampires’ boxed set offers up 23 potential vampiric book boyfriends — Happy Ever After

 

Today I am sharing a song which is more one beautiful vow. It is a song that is touching me every time I hear it or even think of it. The view towards a life with true love…

via #RomanticTuesday Song — Erika Kind

Hello Lovelies, Today you are in for a treat, we have a guest review from Kimberly our USA voice. Today, Kimberly has reviewed Hell Hath No Fury by Annabelle Anders. Enjoy. Kelly xoxo “It says ‘historical, romantic comedy’.” Hmmmm, an interesting mix, I wondered what that meant. What it means is delicious, guilty pleasure fun! […]

via Hell Hath No Fury By @AnnabellReadLuv #HellHathNoFury #AnnabelleAnders #Romance @loveaffairwfict — Love Books Group

This is my second mini review post in the past few weeks and there will probably be one more as I try to catch back up to having reviewed all the books I’ve read. This post will cover the second two books in the Starbound trilogy by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner along with the […]

via Mini Reviews for Sci-Fi Sequels — Reading Through the Night

Eight years after book one the source of earth’s monsters is discovered.

via Hell Divers II — Curmudgeonly Reader

I’ll be honest, I requested the ARC of The Bone Witch, because I fell in love with the cover. I guessed it would be fantasy, and I expected to enjoy it. On both these counts, I was right. So it’s okay, once in a while, to judge a book by the cover. There are two […]

via Book Review: The Bone Witch — thereadingdesk