- And the Winner Is – 7th Annual Book Tournament Finals Results!Posted 32 days ago
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- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 5 – Semi-finals!Posted 46 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 4 ResultsPosted 46 days ago
- Blood of Asaheim by Chris Wraight – reviewPosted 49 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 4 – QuarterfinalsPosted 50 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 3Posted 53 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 2 ResultsPosted 55 days ago
- 7th Annual Book Tournament – Round 2 – Malazan Empire AND Middle Earth BracketsPosted 59 days ago
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Ghost of a Smile by Simon R. Green – review
The modern-day Ghost Busters, JC Chance, Happy Jack Palmer, and Melody Chambers of the Carnacki Institute are up to their necks and beyond again in Simon R. Green’s second book of his Ghost Finders series, Ghost of...
- Posted 571 days ago
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Re-read Part One
Initial thoughts: Jenny: Can you remember how delighted you were when you first picked up Sorcerer’s Stone? The story lifted right off the pages and transported you to a world where a mistreated young boy is introduced to...
- Posted 574 days ago
Historic Haunted America by Michael Norman & Beth Scott – review
If you’re a fan of Things That Go Bump In The Night and TV programs about hunting for ghosts, then Historic Haunted America by the writing duo of Michael Norman and Beth Scott may be just the...
- Posted 575 days ago
PLMII Takes on NaNoWriMo 2011
I will be taking part in NaNoWriMo 2011, and I will be penning my next Robin Fairborn novel for this fun contest. I am hoping for a win this year! What is NaNoWriMo?
- Posted 576 days ago
Romeo and Juliet: The War (graphic novel) – Book Trailer
Romeo and Juliet as a space opera? Count me in! From 1821 Comics:
- Posted 577 days ago
Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue/In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster by Stephanie Laurens – double review
Those Cynsters, always looking for trouble . . . but in these delicious additions to Laurens’ long-running Regency-era historical series, the young ladies in question are hunted by trouble with a capital L. L for laird, that is. ...
- Posted 578 days ago
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Re-read Part Two
Initial thoughts: Jenny: The end of this book is even more deadly and dangerous than the last book! Harry and Ron travel into the forbidden forest to find an enormous nest of overgrown spiders, from which they...
- Posted 581 days ago
Kristen Painter – Blood Rights – NYCC interview
When I stopped by the Orbit books booth at New York Comic Con looking for author Kristen Painter I was told, “Oh, you can’t miss her, she’s about nine feet tall, blonde hair, teeth.” Kristen was dressed...
- Posted 581 days ago
Ghost Story by Jim Butcher – review
Editor’s note: This review contains massive spoilers for the previous books in this series, so read on at your peril!
- Posted 582 days ago
Book Trailer – Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus
Not a new trailer but I just saw the book on a shelf and it looked awesome. (If you’ve read it tell me if it is!)
- Posted 583 days ago
One Salt Sea by Seanan McGuire – review
Publisher’s Description: October “Toby” Daye is settling into her new role as Countess of Goldengreen. She’s actually dating again, and she’s taken on Quentin as her squire. So, of course, it’s time for things to take a...
- Posted 585 days ago
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Re-read Part One
Initial thoughts: Jenny: The beginning of Chamber of Secrets starts out just as clever as Sorcerer’s Stone. Harry is back at home with the Dursley’s, where we meet Dobby for the very first time. There’s no end...
- Posted 588 days ago
The Prose and Short of It – “Red Nails” by Robert E. Howard
Red Nails is one of the last of the stories about Conan the Cimmerian written by American author Robert E. Howard. A novella that was originally serialized in Weird Tales magazine from July to October 1936, it is set...
- Posted 589 days ago
Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha – review
Stefan Petrucha puts a new spin on zombies in his latest novel, Dead Mann Walking. They’re a product of their society, and in general, are relatively harmless, unless they go feral. I doubt if anyone can make zombies...
- Posted 589 days ago
Angels of Darkness by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Sharon Shinn, and Meljean Brook – review
I wanted a copy of this anthology because Sharon Shinn has an inclusion in it. Period. But the theme (taking the title as the theme) was also intriguing; I have read a few fallen angel stories and...
- Posted 592 days ago