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The Girl Who….Revisits Fairyland.

via Book review: The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There by Catherynne M. Valente. — Flowery Prose

Girls of paper and fire natasha ngan Each year, eight beautiful girls are chosen as Paper Girls to serve the king. It’s the highest honor they could hope for…and the most cruel. But this year, there’s a ninth girl. And instead of paper, she’s made of fire. In this lush fantasy, Lei is a member of […]

via {ARC} Review: Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan || This was haunting beautiful —

So, use the tools available. Hashtags on Twitter (as well as Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) are paramount to reaching untapped markets. Your people. Get your ugly mug (or beautiful face, or average-looking thing) in front of people to gain recognition. That’s where you start. And here’s the List to start with:

via WHAT THE F*CK ARE HASHTAGS & Which ones Writers need to know – a list. — Words Not Wasted

I can’t wait for the movie to be announced. (They better make one.)

via REVIEW: Vengeful (Villains #2) by V.E. Schwab — Serendipitous Reads

Welcome to an exclusive little Q&A with Kendare Blake, author of Two Dark Reigns! 1. Congratulations on the third book in the Three Dark Crowns series! Can you tell us a little about Two Dark Reigns? Sure! Two Dark Reigns is the story of what happens after the Ascension Year is over. Someone has the crown, but the island […]

via Two Dark Reigns – Interview with Kendare Blake! — Bec’s Books

The Alloy of Law (Mistborn #4; the Alloy Era #1) by Brandon Sanderson Published on November 10th 2011 by Gollancz Genre: epic fantasy Rating: 4/5 stars – ★★★★ Centuries after the Mistborn trilogy, Scadrial is on the verge of modernity – railroads, electric street lights, and skyscrapers. Waxillium Ladrian can Push on metals with his Allomancy […]

via Review: The Alloy of Law | Mistborn fun, with a more modern twist — The Fictional Reader

i was shook….. Not Edited Even if the spirit is high, but in the situation where six people are weak, the second half of the journey is also difficult, Falling To The Silence’s grey cloak has been torn, Six-Ways of Reincarnation are even worse, his light armor has been ruined, the chest armor was […]

via Lost Temple: chapter 24 — Yuyuchannel

I eagerly anticipated reading Smoke in the Sun, the sequel to Renee Ahdieh’s well received novel Flame in the Mist. I adored Flame in the Mist! The Japanese culture and the heroine, Mariko who was discovering her independence and starting to see the world outside her family’s domain. I had a lot of travel time […]

via Friday YA: Smoke in the Sun (Flame in the Mist #2) by Renee Ahdieh – Audio Review — The Reading Chick

Today I am sharing my review for Resin by Ane Riel what a book this turned out to be, read on for my thoughts but first the book description…. Liv died when she was just six years old. At least, that’s what the authorities think. Her father knew he was the only one who could […]

via #Resin by Ane Riel @AuthorAneRiel @alisonbarrow @TransworldBooks #MustReads — The book review café

Naked in the woods breathing in the dark overhead; Veins reeling from the damp is this a dream? Is this a- dream is- Humidity Answers dart across,me Raccoons and I quaver swivel I Talons off my fucking back stretch arms across Gather the scanty love I am, I am Redlight thru and thru Autumn and […]

via Earth [poetry] — erickalong

Inside Empty House, Trapped With Wicked Wraith. Someone, Please Help Me Get Out…

via Haiku: Trapped — The Dark Netizen

This fantasy novel is a blend of fiction with real history. The story has roots in the 20th-century history of China, which admittedly is a time period I don’t know much about. I greatly enjoyed this novel, the writing was superb, the characters well-realized and the world beautifully crafted. This isn’t a light, fun fantasy […]

via Review: ‘The Poppy War’ by R.F. Kuang — About A Book

Bram Stoker wrote the original Dracula in 1897. Though vampires legends were widely spread throughout the world, Bram breathed life into the vampire and gave it a name. What are the history of Bram Stoker and his vampire? Though much of this is shrouded in mystery, some of it has come to light in recent work by […]

via Spotlight: Bram Stoker and His Vampire — JenChaos Reviews

Peace by Gene Wolfe Published in 1975 Pages: 264 Genre: Fantasy, ghost story, supernatural “The elm tree planted by Eleanor Bold, the judge’s daughter, fell last night.” Though this sentence seems imbued with significance, it will ultimately become one lost among thousands in the course of reading Peace, by Gene Wolfe. The story follows the […]

via Peace – Review — The Past Due Review

At twilight she rises Dark Maggie McKee And she stands in a curtain of rain The dimness disguises Maniacal glee For the world has inflicted her pain Vengeance is wanting She’s out for a haunting And the silvery moon’s on the wane She slides through the forest And the crickets have chorused In awe of […]

via A night in the woods — AreMyFeetOffTheGround

I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own. Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep Mogsy’s Rating: 4 of 5 stars Genre: Fantasy Series: Book 1 of Crown of Shards Publisher: Harper Voyager (October 2, 2018) Length: 416 pages Author Information: Website | Twitter I’d never […]

via Book Review: Kill the Queen by Jennifer Estep — The BiblioSanctum

Title: The Darkest Part of the Forest Author: Holly Black Date of Publication: January 13th, 2015 Goodreads Summary: Children can have a cruel, absolute sense of justice. Children can kill a monster and feel quite proud of themselves. A girl can look at her brother and believe they’re destined to be a knight and a […]

via Review: The Darkest Part of the Forest — Literary Dust

An admirer stood in a trance at the foot of his most favorite Nora Talbot painting. It was a self portrait she did when she was still young, ten years before her head would explode from all of the cocaine, heartbreak, and aneurysms. He let his eyes soak in every inch of her cloud white […]

via A Fist Fight In The Gallery — Teleporting Typewriter

Way back at the end of August, in anticipation of the TSL’s Horrorthon, I went down to my local Half-Price Books and I explored their collection of old horror paperbacks. Among the books that I pulled off the shelf was the 1981 horror novel, The Beast Within by Edward Levy. The book opens, in the […]

via Book Review: The Beast Within by Edward Levy — Through the Shattered Lens

He haunts the block, up to no good, if you see him late at night rollin’ through your hood Lock yours door, pull up the covers, pray that he don’t come to smother The demon on your block, the monster in the streets is craving to have your heart as his treat Don’t look at […]

via No Hand Hustlin’ pt. 1: 31 Nights of Tenos Horror Poems — Dreamlands and Fiction

Mc DoomToom! DC Gilbert throws Echo Volume 1 five stars on Amazon! Thank You So Much DC!!! 🙂 🙂 😀 Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here: Vol. 1 on Kindle. Vol. 2 on Kindle here: Vol.2 on Kindle Vol. 3 on Kindle here: Vol. 3 on Kindle Vol.4 on Kindle here: Vol. 4 on Kindle Echo Vol. 1 & 2 […]

via Echo Vol. 1 gets five stars on Amazon! — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

Flies buzz around my face, occasionally alighting on my brow or cheeks, but I pay them no mind. I remain absolutely still. For I am hunting Kent Wayne—science fiction author, top-rated Man Whore, and professional idiot. I steady my hands as I load an enchanted cartridge into my rifle. It’s a special bullet—a team of […]

via Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha