book review, fantasy

The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato

A healer heroine, a detailed magic/spiritual world and endearing animals - it’s like Beth Cato wrote this book just for me! Octavia Leander is a medician - a mixture between a doctor, nurse and a faith healer. Deeply spiritual, Octavia combines her knowledge of herbal law with her ability to hear infection and wrongness in… Continue reading The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato

book review, fantasy, science fiction

Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

Spirit of Sasquatch is a must read for fans of cryptids, especially followers of the big man. Brock Blackwell’s mother disappeared when he was a baby, spirited away by a bigfoot, or so his father says. Brock tries to please his angry, abusive dad but never seems to succeed. Things change when, during a routine… Continue reading Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

book review, fantasy

Widow by Rob Bliss

A literary retelling of the three little pigs, Widow is not your childhood fairytale. Joan, and her little boy, Joseph, move to the city after the death of her pig farmer husband. However, after a monstrous force destroys her house of bricks, the mother and son find themselves in the woods looking for a new… Continue reading Widow by Rob Bliss

book review, fantasy, humor, indiecember

Over a God’s Dead Body by Joel Spriggs

Joel Spriggs’ debut novel contains a detailed magic system to rival his Hemlock & Burns books, as well as a mixed pantheon of gods and an obsession with genitalia. Starting as it means to go on, Over a God’s Dead Body opens with an intimate moment between a professor and a Sasquatch, before introducing us… Continue reading Over a God’s Dead Body by Joel Spriggs