Category Archives: Book Reviews

This guy named Niels Saunders

Two things lured me into reading the complete works  – that’s three books so far – of Mr. Niels Saunders: One, a friend gushing over them (and she’s usually not one to gush), two, a brief, curious look at his … Continue reading

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Mrs Maginnes is Dead

That’s not the beginning of an obituary, that’s a book title. It’s one of the books I read over summer – well, actually, I already read it somewhere around May or June, but you know how it is once it … Continue reading

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Daughter of Magic

I know, I’ve been AWOL for a while (again), and it would have been nice to come back here saying that I seized the time to come up with another book, but alas, it is not so. Fact is, over … Continue reading

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Oh, the horror

Since I occasionally tend to lazily put things off, I’ve been sitting for months on a pile of to-be-written book reviews that just kept growing to the point where it really started to look like work. That made me feel … Continue reading

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Alice – Angel of Time, by Edy Graziani

My job today is to bang the big book drums. I got roped in to be a part of the blog tour for Edy Graziani’s new book Alice – Angel of Time. Nah, I totally didn’t get roped in. I … Continue reading

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Meet Mike Maguire!

Mike Maguire is one of my relics from those long nights I spent on authonomy letting other people rip up my first horrible attempts at writing, while doing the same unto them. I don’t remember who started it, all I know is, … Continue reading

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‘Darkly Dreaming’, by Chloe Hammond

One of the members of our Cake & Quill group, Chloe Hammond, recently published her debut novel. I had the honor to be one of the beta readers; it’s an amazing work. This one really took me by surprise. From the … Continue reading

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