Review: Altered Carbon

Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan My rating: 5 of 5 stars Since Altered Carbon has recently been made into a TV series, I feel I must specify that this review is on the BOOK. I have not yet seen the show, though I am curious to see how they handled it. At its core,... Continue Reading →

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Game Review: Putty Pals

Score: 5 of 5 stars 2-player cooperative. Recommended for children and those looking for a fun casual game. My daughter and I have been playing Putty Pals for about a month now. We're nearly to the end of the map, but there's still plenty of play in the form of bonus levels and time trials, so... Continue Reading →

Review: Igraine the Brave (audio)

  Igraine the Brave by Cornelia Funke My rating: 5 of 5 stars.   This was the last of the audio books we listened to when we drove out to Seattle, and it's an excellent example of a middle grade adventure. The main character, Igraine, is the not-so-magical daughter of great magicians. She wants to... Continue Reading →

Review: The Spindlers (audio)

  The Spindlers by Lauren Oliver My rating: 5 out of 5 stars.   Spindlers was another audiobook that I listened to on my recent road trip to Seattle. In this case, the format in no way detracted from the story. The narration was wonderful, with effective voice changes for the characters, an even tempo,... Continue Reading →

Magicsmith: Under Contract

Exciting news! I just signed a contract with Belle Bridge publishing for the first three books in my Magicsmith series! The plan at this point is to publish the books in quick succession in 2019. That means I'd better get writing, and editing, revising, and all the other time-intensive activities required to bring words into... Continue Reading →

Welcome to my stop on The Crossover blog tour! The Crossover by Heather Horst Genre: YA Sci-fi Release Date: March 10th 2018 Summary: It’s been 12 years since Ella has buried her brother Weston, today she buries her Father. Tomorrow she begins her life as an average University student. Unfortunately, much like Ella’s childhood, things... Continue Reading →

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