Book Review: The Left-handed Booksellers of London, Garth Nix

Book Review: The Left-handed Booksellers of London, Garth Nix   Fantasy: The Left-handed Booksellers of London, Garth Nix   The year is 1983. Duran Duran and Michael Jackson rule the airwaves. Landlines and payphones are the only ways to communicate over distance. Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan are in office. And Susan has come to […]

Recipe & Review: The Dark Archive, Genevieve Cogman

Recipe & Review: The Dark Archive, The Invisible Library Book 7, Genevieve Cogman Fantasy: The Dark Archive, The Invisible Library Book 7, Genevieve Cogman   Irene and her former apprentice Kai have faced many enemies during their time together. Now the dragon prince Kai remains at Irene’s side by choice, as her friend and lover and as […]

Blog Tour: Reprobate, Consuming Fire, and Sound; Catherine Fearns

Series Review: Reprobate, Consuming Fire, and Sound; Catherine Fearns     Mystery/Fantasy: Reprobate, Consuming Fire, and Sound; Catherine Fearns Blog Tour November 18, 2020   Being a reader who enjoys multiple genres I really love it when an author freely crosses genre lines. Catherine Fearns has done this wonderfully well in a trilogy of books […]

Blog Tour: Johnny Lycan and the Anubis Disk, Wayne Turmel

Book Review: Johnny Lycan and the Anubis Disk, Wayne Turmel     Fantasy/Mystery: Johnny Lycan and the Anubis Disk, Wayne Turmel Blog Tour November 16, 2020   Johnny Lupul is just starting out as a private investigator in his hometown of Chicago. He has his PI license. He has his concealed carry permit. He has […]

Book Review: Magic for Liars, Sarah Gailey

Book Review: Magic for Liars, Sarah Gailey Fantasy/Mystery:  Magic for Liars, Sarah Gailey   Ivy Gamble has been a private investigator for 14 years. Typically her day consists of following suspected adulterers. It’s a fairly boring and predictable job, although occasionally things go sideways and she has a gun pulled on her. Or a knife stuck […]