Review: Spider’s Bite by Jennifer Estep

Spider’s Bite by Jen­nifer Estep My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars I enjoyed this book, and plan to go on to the next book in the series, Web of Lies. I’m hop­ing that Jen­nifer Estep grows as an author, though, as the fore­shad­ow­ing regard­ing the real “big bad” as well as the rev­e­la­tion of a fact important […]

Review: Moon Fever (anthology)

Moon Fever by Susan Size­more My rat­ing: 1 of 5 stars This was one of those “I fin­ished the last thing I was read­ing and I’m bored, what’s already loaded on the iTouch?” reads. It was on there because the anthol­o­gy includes Lori Han­de­land’s “Cob­webs Over the Moon” (Night­crea­tures, #10) and I read all of that […]

Review: and Falling, Fly by Skyler White

and Falling, Fly by Skyler White My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Sam has been after me to read this book for weeks, so as soon as I fin­ished All Clear, I start­ed it. This book is dif­fer­ent from any­thing else I’ve read in years. I hes­i­tate to say it’s more lit­er­ary than most fan­ta­sy, because […]

Review: All Clear by Connie Willis

All Clear by Con­nie Willis My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Well, this vol­ume moved much more quick­ly than Black­out did! Hav­ing read a brief piece writ­ten by Ms. Willis thank­ing those who stood by her as one book spread into two, I think I have a slight­ly bet­ter under­stand­ing now of what hap­pened that led […]

Review: All Clear by Connie Willis

Orig­i­nal­ly pub­lished at Ene­my of Entropy. You can com­ment here or there. All Clear by Con­nie Willis My rat­ing: 5 of 5 stars Well, this vol­ume moved much more quick­ly than Black­out did! Hav­ing read a brief piece writ­ten by Ms. Willis thank­ing those who stood by her as one book spread into two, I think […]

Review: Blackout by Connie Willis

Black­out by Con­nie Willis My rat­ing: 4 of 5 stars Oh, Ms. Willis! I can­not believe you did this to me! A cliffhang­er? After 512 many pages? And I hung in there SO long in the begin­ning when the book was so slow to get going!  Seriously–during all that nat­ter­ing about over changed sched­ules and find­ing drop […]

Say goodbye to Kansas, Dorothy

From Live­Jour­nal’s “Writer’s Block” prompt: If you woke up sur­round­ed by doc­tors who told you that you’d been in a med­ical exper­i­ment since birth and that your entire life had been a dream, how do you think you’d react? I’d want to see the informed con­sent forms I’d sup­pos­ed­ly signed, and I would go over them […]

Put it all together, it spells Mother

From Live­Jour­nal’s “Writer’s Block” prompt: What’s the most impor­tant les­son your mom taught you? You can’t believe the words, only the actions. No, I don’t ever recall her say­ing it. It’s some­thing I had to learn the hard way. Cur­rent Mood: 🤔pen­siveCur­rent Music: Iron and Wine “Inno­cent Bones“Cur­rent Loca­tion: Unit­ed States, Decatur

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