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A Shiver of Light – Laurell K Hamilton

June 8, 2014

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Remember how I said that I rage quit Anita Blake? I really should have said that I rage quit Laurell K Hamilton. I have just finished reading A Shiver of Light, the most recent of the Merry Gentry books, and I was left feeling vastly dissatisfied and a little bored.  That’s a particularly uncool response […]

Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger

October 31, 2013

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I’ll preface this with a small disclaimer: I adore Gail Carriger and I’m a little bit prone to fangirling when someone talks about her (but I promise I’ll try to be objective). Now onto the review. Curtsies & Conspiracies is the second book in the Finishing School series (which is actually set earlier in the […]

Top Five Favourite Characters

October 15, 2013

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So this is a different form of review (mostly because I’m still reading the next book I want to review) where I actually look over my favourite characters and the books they’re from. I’m not sure there will be any characters you haven’t seen before but feel free to chime in, in the comments section, […]

Dottie Smith's Verbal Menagerie

Dottie Smith examines the written word with the grace of a machete wielded by a drunk octopus. Expect swearing, shouting, and Monty Python references. And many butts.

Kampfgruppe Lulz

Thoughts on kink, politics, and alcoholism in a not necessarily politically-correct manner

atarian izarra

I think and then write, and never in that order

Belle's Brain

A place for me to get my rant on

Fantastic Fanatical Facts

Random facts you never knew about your favourite childhood characters, and the corporation behind it

Onna-Bugeisha Xi

Bigger on the inside

Eleventh Stack

A books, movies, and more blog from the staff at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - Main.

If Books Could Blog

The written word is the only saviour this world needs.

101 Books

Reading my way through Time Magazine's 100 Greatest Novels since 1923 (plus Ulysses)

Dysfunctional Literacy

Just because you CAN read Moby Dick doesn't mean you should.

The Thesis Whisperer

Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

The WordPress.com Blog

The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.