book review, book tour, children’s fiction, childrens, fantasy, Middle Grade

Book Tour Review: Music Boxes by Tonja Drecker

About the book “I only desire your talent…” Twelve-year-old Lindsey McKay’s biggest dream is to be a famous ballerina. But after moving to New York, she ends up at the Community Center with a teacher who’s a burly bear in tights. When she meets Madame Destinée, the teacher of a top dance school who offers her classes for free, Lindsey… Continue reading Book Tour Review: Music Boxes by Tonja Drecker

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Review: Planet Scumm Issue #14

I love Planet Scumm. Each issue is better than the last. Issue #14 is titled Extinction Events, and contains 8 exceptional stories about life, death, and what comes after.  First up is Maxine Sophia Wolff’s dark fantasy tale, Come the Banshee. There’s transformation, body horror, and sea shanty’s in this powerful tale of omens and… Continue reading Review: Planet Scumm Issue #14

book review, horror, Mermaid, Rami Ungar, short story

Cressida by Rami Ungar

Into The Deep is a horror anthology filled with 11 stories that explore the terrors that lurk beyond the watery horizon. Included in the anthology is Cressida, by Rami Ungar. Mark Honig is worried about his only living relative, Uncle Jacob, when he casually mentions talking to his daughter Cressida during a telephone conversation with… Continue reading Cressida by Rami Ungar

book review, Jason Sanford, science fiction

Book Review: Mirrorblink by Jason Sanford

Ein is a young woman living on a post apocalyptic Earth. Humanity is comprised of people who live in towns and record their memories, and those who live on the land and believe that their memories should follow them to the grave. Overseeing everything are the Observers, terrifying humanoid creatures that patrol the towns and… Continue reading Book Review: Mirrorblink by Jason Sanford

book review, fantasy

Book Review: The Pumpkin Mage by Lou Yardley

The perfect blend of humor, fantasy, horror and feels.  Nyx and Croll have become mercenaries in order to prove themselves worthy to be employed by the Queen for her personal guard, and also to make enough money to get married. When the Queen sends them on a quest for a magic pumpkin, how can they… Continue reading Book Review: The Pumpkin Mage by Lou Yardley