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Sleepy Hollow Review: Love Triangles + Warlock Time Out

  Oh, so now we’re starting to see something intriguing with Katrina. My last post about the Ichabod + Katrina ship (or, Ichitrina, as I like to call it) hit the nail on the head about the shallow Courtly Love formula of their relationship, and now it looks like 99 problems are coming their way. The Weeping Lady, once a …

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Sleepy Hollow Review: Surprises, Scoundrels, and Free Will

  Ha! I loved this part. This is one of the fun things about having a fellow imported from 200 years ago into the here and now 🙂 So, now that Ichabod knows how to drive, let’s move on to my thoughts on this episode of Sleepy Hollow. I’ll admit, at first the episode felt a little (just a little) …

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TV Interviews for Authors: Ten Things To Know

I love being able to work from home as an author. With a few key strokes I can connect with wonderful people on social media, engage my fans, and even join in on podcasts or Google Hangouts. But what about the awesome day when I am called to talk about my books on television? This happened recently, and I learned …

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Time Travel is In: Masters of Time by Creative Alchemy

I’ll probably blog some more about this in December, but one of my predictions for the upcoming New Year is time travel scifi and fantasy. There’s going to be more of it. Why? Well, there are a few popular scifi/fantasy books and TV shows that involve time travel or crossing time: Doctor Who               …

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Sleepy Hollow (The Kindred): Monsters and Courtly Love

Yes, I’m a bit late in sharing my thoughts on “The Kindred” episode of Sleepy Hollow, but better late then never, right? 🙂 Recap Abbie’s out of purgatory and Team Witness is back together again. The demon Moloch is up to his scheming ways, and he berates Henry the Sin Eater (aka Jeremy) for mucking up the purgatory job and …

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Book Review: Blue Dawn (Scavenger 2) by @timothycward

Title and Author Blue Dawn (Scavenger, #2) by Timothy Ward Genre Sci-fi Book Description Hugh Howey’s novel, SAND, introduced us to a future America covered in sand and the terrorists who will stop at nothing to unearth the fabled city of Danvar. **Now planned into a five part epic. Part two, Blue Dawn, to be released soon.** “Scavenger” centers on …

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#BreakTheCode fun fantasy giveaway + win $100

Creative Alchemy is sponsoring this adorable (and very fun) giveaway game in celebration of Dark Rift and Circadian Circle hitting Amazon’s Top 100 best sellers list in historical fantasy. Wohoo! 🙂 I couldn’t have done this without YOU. I am grateful for all those who’ve read, reviewed, shared, and talked about the Gray Tower Trilogy. I’ve also been blessed by …

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D + Last Call For Swag

Yes! I finally got to settle down (it’s been a busy week) and watched Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D on Hulu. I’m very excited that it’s back, especially after the huge upheaval from last season (and then there’s the movie tie-in). The Season 2 premiere did not disappoint, and I’m looking forward to the day (you know it’s coming) when Ward gets …

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Sleepy Hollow is Back! Review by A #Sleepyhead

Rejoice, sleepyheads! *Warning, a few spoilers below*       I’m thrilled to see the return of Sleepy Hollow, and the start of its second season is heartfelt, entertaining, and leaves me wanting more. I can’t get enough of the interesting alternate take on historical figures and events (Ben Franklin! Ha!), and how this epic war between light and darkness …

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Book Review: Altors by @naspeters

Book Title & Genre Altors (Zinc Chronicles, #1) by Nas Peters, Fantasy/YA Fantasy Book Description An underground war is taking place, kept hidden from the public eye by those called the Altors and Regius. Although unaware at first of what their involvement brings to the people of Zinc, Calycanthus close proximity to the Altors allows him to uncover parts of …