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Reblogged from Myths of the Mirror: My first children’s book is out in print. During my writing break over the summer, I tried my hand at illustration. It was hard and I learned a lot. I have a whole new respect for professional illustrators! You are amazing. Thank you to all the authors who offered their feedback on the […]

via Grumpy Ana and the Grouchy Monsters by D. Wallace Peach — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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What would you do if you could own a dragon? How would you take care of it? Where would you keep it? Personally, I would keep a dragon on a cattle farm in Australia. It may sound strange at first, but there is a reason to my madness. First of all, like snakes, dragons keep growing […]

via OWNING A DRAGON — Grady P Brown – Author

There is a knot of tragic romance at the core of THE GORGON, a unique entry in the Hammer Film Productions canon. This 1964 picture is directed by Terence Fisher and is the sort of melodrama the filmmaker always wanted to make, so it does carry a kind of adamant resolve. What it lacks in […]

via Review: THE GORGON (1964) — Canadian Cinephile

Title: Dating The Undead V-Date.com, #1 Author: Juliet Lyons Genre: Paranormal Romance It’s Bridget Jones with vampires in this fresh and funny paranormal romance from debut author Juliet Lyons When Silver Harris kisses sexy Irish vampire Logan Byrne on New Year’s Eve, she knows other humans just won’t suffice. Convinced she’ll never see him […]

via Book Review: Dating The Undead — klnovitzke

☆☆☆1/2 The Jewel means wealth. The Jewel means beauty. The Jewel means royalty. But for girls like Violet, the Jewel means servitude. Not just any kind of servitude. Violet, born and raised in the Marsh, has been trained as a surrogate for the royalty—because in the Jewel the only thing more important than opulence […]

via REVIEW ✧ THE JEWEL — books, trust, & pixie dust

k’BAMMASLAMMA! I wake up and see that one fine soul bought a copy of Echo 2 yesterday! Whoever that was, I hope you’re ready to plunge into a roller coaster ride of action! Thank You So Much!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here: Vol. 1 on Kindle. Vol. 2 on Kindle here: Vol.2 […]

via Thank You Recent Echo Purchaser!!! — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

Note: Strong language Saturday, September 23rd, 9:00pm Bella and Alice (and Edward and Drommen) Alice: Oh shit, there’s sparkles again. He’s getting on the bus. Bella: Pretend you don’t see him. Alice: So yeah, did you see that guy standing at the bar last night? Bella: Oh yeah, the one with the… Edward: (standing […]

via 23. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right — Linda G. Hill

THE KISS OF THE VAMPIRE is not part of Hammer Film Productions’ DRACULA pictures. It is its own animal, an ancestor to Bram Stoker’s character and a thick-blooded contrast. The movie is directed by Don Sharp from a John Elder screenplay and it seems to sprout from the mythology of THE BRIDES OF DRACULA, in […]

via Review: THE KISS OF THE VAMPIRE (1963) — Canadian Cinephile

We are all inspired by the past. What was guides for what will. It’s been 80 years since one of the most influential books in the Western world was published, The Hobbit.

via List of Inspirational Authors — Douglas William Thurstan Smith

The Healing Edge Series is about Cate Duncan’s journey of self discovery, both with her empathic talent, her familial psychic talents, and her feelings for her new boyfriend Ben. All The Light There Is starts up where the previous novel leaves off, with Ben and Cate enjoying their new relationship while on a trip to […]

via This Chick Read: All The Light There Is (The Healing Edge #3) by Anise Eden — The Reading Chick

IMDB Summary: A young programmer is selected to participate in a ground-breaking experiment in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breath-taking humanoid A.I. My Review: I had been wanting to see this movie for a while, and when I saw it hanging out in the $3.74 bin at Wal-mart, […]

via Movie Review: Ex Machina — Literary Dust

Lilith – The Legend Of The First Woman by Ada Langworthy Collier And Lilith oft to Paradise returned, For fierce within her, bitter hatred burned, And better, dearer, seemed revenge than aught She else desired. The coppice oft she sought, Much hoping direful evil might be wrought Upon the love that bloomed in Eden. Wide […]

via Lilith – The Legend Of The First Woman — Scarlett Memories

Title: Tower of Dawn Author: Sarah J. Maas Date of Publication: September 5th, 2017 Goodreads Summary: Chaol Westfall has always defined himself by his unwavering loyalty, his strength, and his position as the Captain of the Guard. But all of that has changed since the glass castle shattered, since his men were slaughtered, since the […]

via Review: Tower of Dawn — Literary Dust

It had been a long enough journey for the cavalcade, especially for the simple soldiers that were alert all day, everyday. Ever since the mighty cavalcade left Praevalidus to head to Mentior, the soldiers and Guards protected the myriad of horses, carriages, advisors, and leaders. It ached their minds, and ached more that they still […]

via Arrival at Mountain Fall — Right of Legions

50 Word Stories: They They slid over us like the stars the night, white ghosts stalking the cosmos. Albinos, as like us as not, They confronted us in nightmares and found us wanting. Nameless, They took our everything in intangible truths and left us with nothing. They, we called them, those reflections of us.

via 50 Word Stories: They — Richard M. Ankers – Author

Has a sound ever held you, that won’t let you go? A sound whose waves have become enmeshed with yours so that you are, for all intents and purposes, inseparable? This broken old shed made such a sound available to me, and now I am part of it. It’s like a distant organ surrounded by […]

via Intercampus — Orchid’s Lantern

A Court of Thorns and Roses

via A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3) — The Shameful Narcissist Speaks