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Note: Strong language Wednesday, April 18th, 8:00pm Mr. Splindle and Edward Mr. Splindle: So what were you doing before, Edward? Edward: I worked for a man … er … I was an apprentice of sorts. Mr. Splindle: That idea died, did it? Edward: It dyed the wrong colour completely. Mr. Splindle: And what do […]

via 230. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right — Linda G. Hill

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The unimpressive continues, though this anime kind of looks like it will pick up as it goes along, or at least it is amusing me. What did you think of episode 2? This episode picks up after the vampire guy stuck his tongue in her mouth last episode. Turns out he’s only half-vampire (seems like […]

via Devils’ Line Episode 2: We’re Just Skipping Over the Falling In Love Part — 100WordAnime

Welcome all you night stalkers and day walkers. You’ve landed on Lisa Burton Radio. The only show that brings you characters from the books you love. We’re in for a real treat today, because my guest is the harbinger of a new race. Okay, it’s a race of vampires, but still evolution at work and […]

via War of Nytefall, on #LisaBurtonRadio — Entertaining Stories

Source: Stormcaster by Cinda Williams Chima (Book #3 in Shattered Realms) ‹ A Science Girl in a Fantasy World ‹ Reader — WordPress.com

Castrago the Destroyer was coming to lay the Kingdom to waste. No one understood what that really meant, however.

via The Destroyer’s Secret — Robert C Hartwell

Hey guys how is everyone doing today? Today is Wednesday and it’s time for another fabulous Women Crush Wednesday! I absolutely love some of the amazing female characters I’ve read about in books and thats why I created this tag. It’s a nod to the powerful and complex female characters and this week my Women […]

via Women Crush Wednesday: Rissa Renauld Prophecy of Darkness by M. Lynn and Michelle Bryan — bookishnerdygirl

Title: Grey Sister Series: Book of the Ancestor #2 Author(s): Mark Lawrence Publisher: Ace Books Format: Hardcover Release Date: April 3rd 2018 Pages: 432 Genre(s): Fantasy ISBN13: 9781101988886 Previously in the Book of the Ancestors: There is a lot to appreciate with Grey Sister. It is not only a testament to Mark Lawrence’s expertise in […]

via Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence — BOOKIDOTE

‘The Age of Kings is dead… And I have killed it.’ So I admit that I was wary when picking up Brian McClellan’s Promise of Blood. I generally prefer my fantasy feudal with royalty, swords and plenty of sorcerous magic with little to no technology, let alone guns. As a flintlock fantasy I thought I would […]

via Promise of Blood | Brian McClellan | a review — Karina Reads

I absolutely love movies. My life has practically revolved around movies, and in some ways I think they were also used as a babysitter when I was a kid. I’m not complaining, movies are awesome. Over my life, I have come across some horribly, laughably bad movies. Like, movies that you watch and go “WHAT […]

via 5 of the Worst Effing Movies I Have Ever Effing Seen — Little Booky Nook

By: S.H. Cooper & Manen Lyset There is the beginning and the end, and in the middle, there is the Flow. An endless river of time and space and lives lived and lives lost, within its shimmering depths reside all mortal beings playing out their temporary parts. It is at the center of Everything, but […]

via Caw & Order: Send In The Cawvalry — Stories By S.H. Cooper

Source: Flash Movie Review: Truth or Dare ‹ moviejoltz ‹ Reader — WordPress.com

The Wicked Ones, by J.Z. Foster, is a book that I am so glad I have read. I really can’t imagine how life would be without KNOWING this story! This book is straight up horror and terror. The first book I read of Foster’s was Witch Hunter, which was more Urban Fantasy/Comedy than horror. It’s […]

via Book Review: The Wicked Ones — findingmontauk

One of the first things Jack learned about hunting was conservation of energy. Never do work yourself that you could conceivably get your prey to do instead. That concept led rise to what Jack and Sam referred to as “throwing rocks at a hornets nest.” Why wander around town looking for cultists […]

via Jack and Stan~ Paranormal Cleaners chapter 40 — Tale-Spinner’s Hearth

So…what’s your name kid? Oh, sorry, hard to speak gagged, huh? *Laughs* You can call me Gregg I’m gonna have a fun conversation with you Before we begin with the festivities my friend… It has to do with the world as it was …And… Why it is the way it is now… According to me […]

via Entry 319: I Want You To Hate Me — sinisterdarksoul

Today I have a review of Got Ghosts, a spooky little novella from author Fiona Glass. My thanks to the author who provided a copy of the book fore review. Let’s take a quick look at what it’s all about. About the Book Haunted manor house Greystones Hall is filled to the brim with ghosts. It’s […]

via Review: Got Ghosts by Fiona Glass @F_Glass_Author — Jen Med’s Book Reviews

Here is a plug for Zeroflash alum, Eric S.Fomley @PrinceGrimdark. I’m putting together an anthology and I’m seeking support on Kickstarter. I want to gather 100 Drabbles (a story told in 100 words) from 100 new and established authors. The genres will be science fiction, fantasy and horror and all stories will be dark and […]

via Drabbledark: An Anthology of Dark Drabbles by Eric S.Fomley — Zeroflash

Magic and technology, kingdoms and queendoms and distant planets, alternate universes and mysterious galaxies, magical creatures and alien races, to name but a few of all the little pieces that go into building elaborate fantasy and sci-fi worlds. World-building is a key part of writing fantasy and sci-fi, it’s a fun and creative process but […]

via Town Line Tuesday: Creator of Worlds — Words Become Her

In the 50 plus years of Doctor Who there have been many many alien species introduced and not all of them were nice. Some bad ones have been The Master, Cybermen, Adipose (cute but don’t let that fool you), Sontarans, Silurians, Zygons, the Silence and the Weeping Angels. I have a Cyberman figure and an […]

via Mini Doctor Who Theater – The Daleks — Images by T.Dashfield

This review is written with a GPL 4.0 license and the rights contained therein shall supersede all TOS by any and all websites in regards to copying and sharing without proper authorization and permissions. Crossposted at WordPress, Blogspot & Librarything by Bookstooge’s Exalted Permission Title: Seal Team 13 Series: ———- Author: Evan Currie Rating: 2 […]

via Seal Team 13 ★★☆☆☆ — Bookstooge’s Reviews on the Road

It is that time of the week. Thoughts, ideas and questions are exchanged from blogger to author; writer to reader and vise versa. If you missed last weeks discussion about fantasy sub-genres, it’s never too late. This week’s discussion is: point of view The three points of view for any fictional novel is: first, second […]

via Different Point of Views — Douglas William Thurstan Smith

Freya Snow traveled to the underworld to stop Lord Uther, but then she found out that she was the daughter of the King. She wants to continue to hide from her father, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to do so when they keep running into each other due to Uther causing trouble. Also, Damon […]

via Queen ARC Review (Freya Snow #11) — Bri’s Book Nook