Category Archives: Fantasy

[Book Review] Frostblood By Elly Blake & Mr Hoban’s Coffee Roastery Flame Girl

Frostblood By Elly Blake

Fire. Ice. Long ago, the two nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Frost Nation attacked…

Just kidding, although, the Avatar: The Last Airbender meets Greek/Roman Mythology vibe of the book only made me love it more.

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[Book Review] Frostblood By Elly Blake & Mr Hoban’s Coffee Roastery Flame Girl

Frostblood By Elly Blake

Fire. Ice. Long ago, the two nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Frost Nation attacked…

Just kidding, although, the Avatar: The Last Airbender meets Greek/Roman Mythology vibe of the book only made me love it more.

Continue reading

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[Book Blitz] The Heartbeat Thief By A.J. Krafton – Guest Post + Giveaway

Haunted by a crushing fear of death, a young Victorian woman discovers the secret of eternal youth—she must surrender her life to attain it, and steal heartbeats to keep it. Continue reading

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[Book Blitz] Fabled By Vanessa K. Eccles

Rowena thinks the Grimm’s infamous podcasts are simply another teen fad until she finds herself trapped in a land of nightmarish storybook characters. She tries desperately to flee Mezzanine and return home, but Dresdem, Mezzanine’s wicked monarch, plans to use Rowena’s access to her world to bring dark magic and absolute rule into Georgia and beyond. Continue reading

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[Anthology Review] Grim Edited By Christine Johnson & CoffeeAM Black Forest Cake Flavored Coffee

All of the short stories in Grim are retellings of classic fairy tales – and not the sanitized, Disney versions, oh no, these stories stay true to the essence of the original tales, which are much darker, grittier, and, in some cases, bloodier. There’s a good selection here with some modern retellings, some set in the fairy tale settings of olde (in a kingdom far far away during an indeterminable time), and yet others set in a technologically advanced future with a definite Sci-Fi feeling. To give you an idea of the many different characters encountered throughout this collection, you will find psychics who live in a trailer park, a cursed princess in a far off place, a robot who wants to be “a real boy”, and a hipster Snow White, among others. Continue reading

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