Book Reviews

Urban Mythology by Eric Keizer

Here’s a little change of pace – an advanced reader copy of a book!  Of course, this is in exchange for an honest review. Urban Mythology by Eric Keizer is a collection of free verse poetry centered around an urban theme (as you could probably guess from the title).  Now, please keep in mind that… Continue reading Urban Mythology by Eric Keizer

Book Reviews

Blade of the Destroyer By Andy Peloquin

Here’s my standard disclaimer for most of my book reviews: I got a copy of this book for free in exchange for a fair and honest review.  On to the review. Blade of the Destroyer by Andy Peloquin is a dark fantasy story set in a medieval style world.  The Hunter wanders his city not… Continue reading Blade of the Destroyer By Andy Peloquin



Here's a quick little poem inspired by the Two Word Tuesday prompt from Our Write Side.  This week we had perspicacious and/or perceptive. Perspicacious To be perceptive. To understand. Showing insight. But of what? In discerning There is knowledge. To look inside. To glean the truth Without knowing how. But why? In intuition There is peace.… Continue reading Perspicacious

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The Lady Astronomer by Katy O’Dowd

I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  There.  That’s done.  The Lady Astronomer by Katy O’Dowd is a steampunk tale of a young woman – Lucretia - and her two brothers.  One brother is almost a recluse, and the other is a bit of a troublemaker.  Lucretia is… Continue reading The Lady Astronomer by Katy O’Dowd

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Character Study – Off Script

One last character study before NaNo starts tomorrow!  Can I just say I am loving Devin right now?  Anyways, here's one more little peek into his past thanks to the Master Class prompt over at Our Write Side.  We had a Halloween prompt this time.  Also, be warned, there is a little bit of vulgar… Continue reading Character Study – Off Script