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Feature Friday + Author Interview: The Harpy Chronicles by @AnezaLee

Kirin, the elfish daughter of an exiled priestess, befriends an enigmatic trader with a secret and a harpy on a quest to save her people from an ancient curse. Goddess-touched, Kirin’s gift is a commodity in a war between two goddesses, in a world of magic and slavery. Harpies and elves must learn to stand together to triumph in a …

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Sleepy Hollow TV Show

I watched the pilot episode tonight, and all I can say is–wow! I’m a lover of fantasy and paranormal stories, so it’s no surprise that the new Sleepy Hollow show caught my attention and drew me in. The Gist Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is fighting for General Washington in the Revolutionary War when his attempt to take down a masked …

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Feature Friday + Author Interview: Sanctuary For the Devil

In his search for the origin of the human race, Liam MacAskill travels to another planet and comes face to face with the Devil himself. He’s driven to claim sanctuary from the monks and nuns at Tridor Monastery, where another stranger to the land lies in a coma. Liam teams up with Arthean, a Tridorian monk with a dark past …

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Feature Friday: Caution, Witch in Progress

I didn’t get into reading fantasy literature until a bit later in life, but something tells me that as a kid with a voracious appetite for books, I would’ve loved to have picked up Lynne North’s Caution: Witch in Progress. I’m very delighted to feature this book to you all, so take a peek and check out Ms. North’s work! …

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Feature Friday: Death of a Socialite

Today’s feature is a psychological thriller by Isabel Saenz, who earlier contributed a guest post for us this week. Let’s give her another warm welcome, and check out her novel, Death of a Socialite. Genre Psychological thriller Book Description One night can change everything… Dianne Sincili knew that beginning her second year at Miriam University would be rough, but she …

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Guest Post: Death of a Socialite as Therapy

Death of a Socialite as Therapy   When my mother was diagnosed with depression when I was 13, I didn’t believe that it existed. I always thought that only you could control your own feelings. For the longest time, I was unable to understand what it meant to be depressed. Other people throw out the word “depressed” so flippantly, I …

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Feature Friday + Interview: Devil’s Den by @Deimosweb

Today’s feature is a YA fantasy by author Leonard Hilley II. Not only does he share about the first book of his Justin McKnight adventures, but he also tells a captivating story of how listening to that little warning voice can have a great impact on your life. Genre YA Fantasy, Adventure Book Description A teenage boy vanishes inside an …

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Agent Carter One Shot

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-Gydv3aYbg[/tube] I really enjoyed Agent Peggy Carter in the Captain America movie, and this one shot looks fantastic! Imagine, if you throw in some magic and dark creatures, it will definitely remind you of Isabella in The Tower’s Alchemist. Yay, for female WWII spies 🙂    

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Book Review: The Coal Elf by @Maria_DeVivo

I’ve been sneaking away just to get my pleasure reading done, and let me tell you I have not been disappointed. Author Maria DeVivo’s Coal Elf is an amazing fantasy story with a bit of a dark edge. This is not your typical Christmas story! Remember how all the naughty kids are threatened with coal in their stockings come Christmas …

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Feature Friday: The Gothic Rainbow

I’m very grateful to author Eric Muss-Barnes for sharing a guest post here about the thrills and chills of writing a vampire novel. Today, I’d love to introduce you to his book, THE GOTHIC RAINBOW, a dark supernatural story. Genre Fantasy, Paranormal Book Description Shadows know nothing of what you have seen, do they? And everyone who meets you, would …