Tag Archives: paranormal

An aside – Wraith, by Angel Lawson

I have a friend (Angel Lawson) who has published her first novel, Wraith, which is available for the Kindle over at Amazon. Paperback options are forthcoming. I’m ridiculously excited for her and want to support her in this. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Author Tag Blog Tour – Liz Kreger

We have a guest post today–part of Author Tag Blog Tour. Welcome to On a Pale Star, Liz Kreger! Continue reading

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Review: The Demon Trapper’s Daughter by Jana Oliver

The Demon Trapper’s Daughter Jana Oliver Urban fantasy February 2011 St. Martin’s Griffin ISBN: 978-0-312-61478-2 340 pages format: trade paperback acquired: purchased quick note: this review has been cross-posted over at SpaceGypsies! The Blurb, from Goodreads: Demon Trapper Riley Blackthorne … Continue reading

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Review: Where Shadows Lie: Bay City by JE Cammon

Where Shadows Lie is the first in a planned series, and I’m quite curious to see where Cammon goes with their stories, or if the series will even follow all three of these characters. Continue reading

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Coming Soon – The January 2011 edition

The Diviner’s Tale Bradford Morrow Supernatural/Mystery January 20, 2011 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ISBN: 978-0547382630 320 pages The blurb, from goodreads: Walking a lonely forested valley on a spring morning in upstate New York, having been hired by a developer to … Continue reading

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Review: Manifest, by Artist Arthur

I feel like the magic/mythology developed here has a lot of potential, the “whodunit” aspect was engaging, and the plots were layered but not confusing. Manifest was an easy read for me, and I can definitely see how it would be entertaining for young adult and teen readers. Continue reading

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Review: Harvest Moon, by Krista D. Ball

I very much enjoyed this novella, and it left me wanting more. If not more of Dancing Cat, since her story is told, then more of the Battle Cliffs and Red Valley tribes, more of their ancestors’ interference, more of Ball’s writing. Continue reading

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Review: Dead in the Family, by Charlaine Harris

Compared to From Dead to Worse and Dead and Gone, the events in Dead in the Family are almost anti-climatic. The scale of “oh, shit!” is much smaller here, much closer to what we saw in the first few stories. Continue reading

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Review: Living Dead in Dallas, by Charlaine Harris

Sookie’s faith in others, her naivite, and that dogged determination to the right thing, are alternately endearing and frustrating to me. I’m jaded enough to have facepalm moments when I read Sookie’s responses to the obvious manipulations of the vampires. Continue reading

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Review: Dead Until Dark, by Charlaine Harris

On the whole, Dead Until Dark is a fun read. Having the story filter through Sookie’s perception means that we get just enough detail, but nothing over the top Continue reading

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