Monthly wrap up

March Wrap-up

The second Writer's Hub link-up party is now open. If you have a peace of creativity writing be that poetry, short story, or WIP you would like to share. The Writer's Hub is the place to link up and reach a wider audience. 2022 April Writer's Hub link-up Here Part one of Song of the… Continue reading March Wrap-up

Book Reviews

Claws

Authors: Mike and Rachel Grinti Genre: Urban fantasy Summary: Emma's sister is missing. Her parents have spent all their savings on the search. And now the family has no choice but to live in a ramshackle trailer park on the edge of the forest, next door to down-and-out harpies, hags, and trolls. Emma wonders if… Continue reading Claws

Meme · Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Classic that are under appreciated

Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is 21st century books that will be classics. Instead I am going to be doing classic that are under appreciated. Black Beauty by Anna Sewell Call of the Wild by Jack London It seen like people see books with animal… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Classic that are under appreciated

Book Reviews · Graphic Novels

Usagi Yojimbo: Yokai

Author/artist: Stan Sakai Genre: Fantasy Summary: Usagi has been lead into the forest. He has to find his way out while fighting yokai. Review: This graphic novel seen to be more of an introduction to the characters and world than an over arching story to a series. Looking into this series it appears to be… Continue reading Usagi Yojimbo: Yokai

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Unhauling Some Books

For every action there is an opposite reaction. Since I show book that I have haul it only fair to show that I'm going to un-haul. There are a few reason why am unhauling and I will break those down into three different sections. Books I have read: The Finisher and it's sequel, The Keeper… Continue reading Unhauling Some Books

Book Reviews

The Night Tourist

Author: Katherine Marsh Genre: ghost story Age: Teens POV: 3rdperson Summary: Jack Perdu lives with his father on the Yale University campus. Smart and introverted, Jack spends most of his time alone, his nose buried in a book. But when Jack suffers a near fatal accident, his life is forever changed. His father sends him… Continue reading The Night Tourist

Book Reviews

City of Ghosts

Author: Victoria Schwab Genre: paranormal, adventure POV: 1st personĀ  Summary: After a near death accident Cassidy (Cass) can now see ghosts and has a best friend as one. Cass can pull back the veil and enter the world of the dead. Her parents that are paranormal writers announce they are going to Edinburgh, Scotland to… Continue reading City of Ghosts

Fantasy · Writing

Song of the Fire Beast

Intro: The story is told in alternating timelines where both are narrated by the same character.             Fluffy white clouds are sailing ships fading with the evening light behind the Dragon Tail Mountains. Stories are told about me having wings stronger than an eagle, breathe fire of death, and eyes that cast a spell whoever… Continue reading Song of the Fire Beast

Book Reviews

Endling book one: The Last

Author: Katherine Applegate Genre: Fantasy Age: older MG POV: 1st person Summary: Byx is the youngest member of her dairne pack. Believed to possess remarkable abilities, her mythical doglike species has been hunted to near extinction in the war-torn kingdom of Nedarra. After her pack is hunted down and killed, Byx fears she may be… Continue reading Endling book one: The Last

Meme · Stacking the Shelves · Sunday Post · Uncategorized

Sunday Post

Nothing eventful happen this week. I planted some more herbs and "vegetables" which are really fruit. Cucumbers are fruit. My dill and spearmint are now starting to spout. Dill Spearmint Books Review: The Girl who Drink the Moon by Kelly Barnhill Jailbait Zombie by Mario Acevedo The Dewey Decimal System by Nathan Larson All Hallows'… Continue reading Sunday Post