Blurb "Inspired by the works of international artists, this collection contains nineteen spellbinding Young Adult - New Adult magical realist, paranormal, slipstream, alternate history, and fabulist tales linked by a novella: Peter John Rizzo, a 1960 graduate of Yale University's journalism program, inherits a floundering art magazine from his uncle, John Rizzo, with the provision… Continue reading #NewRelease – The Contest and Other Stories
Blurb "Blaire Stevens’ sorrow is a powerful force. Recent events have her grieving in a human sports bar, but when her anger and guilt jeopardize the ghosted community, she must face the council. Again. Aiden Briar has lost Blaire once, and won’t risk it a second time. When his gifts allow him to listen to… Continue reading New Fantasy Release: Haunted – by K. Schwartz
This cover, you guys. This. Cover. I haven't read this book yet, but I can't express how much I'm gonna. Inspired by Norse mythology, Forged in Blood and Lightning is the first book in the Descendants of Thor series, and it couldn't look more amazing. Featuring Vampires, Witches and the descendants of Norse Gods, Forged in Blood and Lightning… Continue reading New Fantasy Release: Forged in Blood and Lightning – by S.A. Ashdown
This is an argument for the ages. Literally, it will go on for ages, because we just can’t stop fighting about it. Which is better: real books or e-readers? Twenty years ago we had nothing to fight over, but since the first e-book went live, we have a tussle at every opportunity. I like hardbacks,… Continue reading The 8 Things We Love About Real Books AND E-Readers
Accents are humanity’s craziest inventions. We craft our own languages, then some clever-clogs decides to start pronouncing the words all funny for some reason. That, ladies and gents, is my best guess for how the Scottish accent came to be. Probably Welsh, too. And maybe Texan. In the books we read, accents are an important… Continue reading Accents in Books: What Can Go Wrong?