Full-Circle, or How to Roll When Your Past Writing Goodness Boomerangs Back to You

“And last, and most certainly least…” Devereux motioned toward the last member of the group. “This handsome devil is my little brother, Parris.” This must be what a deer feels like right before the car hits, Kate thought to herself as she looked at the young man standing up in front of her. To call… Continue reading Full-Circle, or How to Roll When Your Past Writing Goodness Boomerangs Back to You

Review of “Ice Blue” (Lord and Lady Hetheridge #1) by Emma Jameson

So, there I was early Monday morning, 4:20 AM, finishing up "Ice Blue" by Emma Jameson... I who was going to be woken-up by an eager four-year-old in about three hours with choruses of "Breakfast! Breakfast!". The last time I completed an entire book was this past spring, and it took me weeks to get… Continue reading Review of “Ice Blue” (Lord and Lady Hetheridge #1) by Emma Jameson

Review of “Trueheart” (Portland After Dark #1) by Mel Sterling

  If you're only experience of "the fae" is Tinkerbell in Peter Pan, you may be a little shocked to meet the real thing here. But Mel Sterling's "Trueheart" brings the true mythology of the fae folk to gritty life. (although, if you did read Peter Pan, you known precious Tink was pretty cruel and… Continue reading Review of “Trueheart” (Portland After Dark #1) by Mel Sterling

Review for “Marking Time” (Book 1 – The Immortal Descendants) by April White

A couple of points to start out here: I have read all four books (so far) in The Immortal Descendants series, and will be posting reviews for the other four books as soon as I can. I also want to give anyone reading a heads-up… I will try to keep these reviews spoiler-free for those… Continue reading Review for “Marking Time” (Book 1 – The Immortal Descendants) by April White