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Review: Iced by Karen Marie Moning

Review: Iced by Karen Marie Moningby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. I was a little apprehensive about reading this story. I loved (in an unnatural way) the Fever series, but I never really cared for the character Dani and the thought of a trilogy about her wasn’t appealing. I knew I would read it because I love Moning’s emotional first person POV […]

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Creating Characters We’re Passionate About

Creating Characters We're Passionate Aboutby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Theresa Meyers, author of Shadowlander As a writer, one of the biggest challenges is creating characters that resonate with the reader. Not everyone is going to identify with your characters, but that’s not what I’m in it for. I want readers to remember my characters, to be passionate about them. I think […]

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Review: The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moning

Review: The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moningby Sasha Muradali

By: Sasha Muradali, guest blogger The Highlander’s Touch is the third novel in the series of Highlanders by Karen Marie Moning. It is darker than the rest, but provides the ground work for four of the next novels. Enter Lisa, a woman from the 21st century who is too nosy for her own good. Touching […]

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Review: Summer’s Crossing (Iron Fey, Book 3.5) by Julie Kagawa

Review: Summer's Crossing (Iron Fey, Book 3.5) by Julie Kagawaby Keira G

Summary: Summer’s Crossing is the first book in the Iron Fey series to not feature Meghan Chase as the narrator. It is told from Puck’s perspective. The story is a short novella to whet appetites between The Iron Queen and the release of The Iron Knight. Ash must find Grimalkin in order to start his […]

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Review: Across The Veil by Lisa Kessler

Review: Across The Veil by Lisa Kesslerby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer Across the Veil is a wonderful little short story. I usually don’t read short stories unless they are by an author I know, about characters I know. There is just not enough time to slip into a new world and care about the characters. Lisa Kessler was able to capture […]

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Review: Forever Vampire by Michele Hauf

Review: Forever Vampire by Michele Haufby Sharon S.

by Sharon S., guest reviewer   I had no idea how much I would enjoy this story! Hauf’s voice is a breath of fresh air for me. I would describe this book as an enchanting dark fairy tale (with real faeries <G>). The author has built an Urban Fantasy world that is unique and vivid […]

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