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Sleepy Hollow Review: Black-Winged Angels

Sleepy Hollow is back from its mid-season hiatus, and I’m glad to see Team Witness back together again! However, I’m going to be honest and tell you that my fealty is wavering, partly because I’m not sure in what direction they’re trying to take the show’s storyline, and also because a lot of this episode felt like a rehash of …

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#AgentCarter TV Show Review

Jarvis: “What now, Miss Carter?” Carter: “Now…I go to war.” (I’m paraphrasing that scene 🙂 ) And to war she goes… the Agent Carter premiere did not disappoint! It was an action-packed ride that truly captured what we loved about Peggy Carter from the movie and (in my humble opinion) captured so very well what a female spy would have …

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Come The Dark: Forever Girl #2 by @inkmuse

Thanks for stopping by to view this quick announcement on Rebecca Hamilton’s latest release, COME, THE DARK, book 2 in the Forever Girl series. Although this book is the second in the series, it is a complete standalone following a completely new set of characters. And you can grab your copy today for only $0.99! Still apprehensive about reading the …

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If You Like #AgentCarter, then grab this free ebook!

Agent Carter premieres today and I am very excited! She was definitely a favorite of mine from the Captain America movie, and I love the allure and excitement of being a female spy, especially during the World War II era. But this isn’t your typical ’40s spying. Peggy Carter very well may have to face mad scientists, power-hungry villains (perhaps …

It’s Good to be the King! Happy Birthday, Bewilliam

Happy birthday, King Bewilliam, officially “born” on Dec. 14, 2011 with the publication of The Lost King. The seed for the story took root in author Devorah Fox’s mind many years prior to that, but sprouted during her first writing marathon, National Novel Writing Month 2010. Since then, Bewilliam’s continued to grow and thrive in The Bewildering Adventures of King …

A World of Opulence and Seduction: Interview with Thorne & Cross #horror

My paranormal and horror friends, I’ve got you covered! Spooky reads are still fun during the holidays, and today I’m treating you to an intriguing story and the writing duo behind it. Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross have stopped by to share about their Ravencrest series, as well as answer a few of my questions. They also give us some …

Three Reasons Why Marvel’s Agent Carter is Going to Rock

  I’m a believer, y’all. Agent Carter is an amazing character, and Hayley Atwell just brought her to life and owned the role in the Captain America movie. And I tell you, she’s going to do the same when the Agent Carter TV show airs next month. I came across the Why I’m Already Worried For Marvel’s Agent Carter post over …

Sleepy Hollow Review: The Akeda #Fantasy #TV

  All right, I know we’ve had our ups and downs this season, and there’s been some grumbling, but I thought this Fall finale was decent. It entertained me, and I’m still happy to ride with Team Witness. So last episode left us in a bit of a race to grab the sword of Methuselah, and Ichabbie swiped it before …

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s What I’m Reading…

Happy Turkey Day, folks! The husband and I will be visiting my grandmother and stealing accepting a couple of my sister’s famous sweet potato pies, and then we’ll house-hop over to the in-laws and let the children play. This will be a great time to catch up with my family, for which I’m thankful, and to also knock a few …

Book Review: Good Neighbours #Shortstory Anthology

Book Description Not every story has to be an adventure. Not every hero has to be young, or noble, or mighty. When you don’t have a Chosen One, anyone’s story can be important. In these twelve stories, we meet a little old lady, several government clerks, a smelly shaman — and the religious scholar who befriends him — an oppressed …