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Blackberry Book Tour: Revenge of Queen Rose by Valinora Troy

About the book “Supposing for a moment that by sheer luck you stumbled on to one of the three gates of the city, you would not be able to open it. Even if you found out the password for one, you would still have to escape from Fang.” “Who’s Fang?” Though Alan had a sinking… Continue reading Blackberry Book Tour: Revenge of Queen Rose by Valinora Troy

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Mary Bennett and the Bingley Codex by Joyce Harmon

Mary Bennett’s two elder sisters, Jane and Elizabeth, are happily married and ensconced in their husband’s estates. Naturally, Mrs Bennett turns her attentions to finding a husband for Mary, who is not at all keen to marry any time soon. She jumps at a chance to visit Jane and Charles and catalog Charles’s library -… Continue reading Mary Bennett and the Bingley Codex by Joyce Harmon

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Blackberry Book Tour: Amethyst Pledge by Leonie Rogers

About the book When Kazari answers the Lady’s call to serve, she never expects to take the amethyst of the Hunter, one of the select few who defend Albatar from the gorgones – demons brought from Beyond by the Second King. After all, at fifteen, she’s short and stocky, and not made of the stuff… Continue reading Blackberry Book Tour: Amethyst Pledge by Leonie Rogers

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Blindspots by Rhonda Parrish

In a world of almost exclusively dogs, veteran pilot Ricky is trying to find his place in postwar life. When his brother, Jasper, goes missing, Ricky recruits the old gang for one last mission. The war might be over, but is the world really at peace? Blindspots has the air of a 1940s post WWII… Continue reading Blindspots by Rhonda Parrish

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Planet Scumm Issue #13: Something Up Ahead

Planet Scumm is such a nicely produced magazine. The print issue comes in a lovely compact, pocket sized soft bound edition with a full colour cover, and both the print and ebook contain Maura Mcgonagle’s beautiful illustrations, which add a lot to the stories. This issue is packed full of delightfully dark speculative horror fiction.… Continue reading Planet Scumm Issue #13: Something Up Ahead