Ambrosia: A Poetry Anthology

Title: Ambrosia Genre: Poetry Synopsis: *Delight in the nectar of the gods. Feed your mind with Ambrosia* Whispers to the gods are like honey from a poet's lips. When several poets raise their voices together, it's a sacred feast of memories and dreams. Poetry is divine food for the soul, full of emotional and celestial… Continue reading Ambrosia: A Poetry Anthology

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Author Interview – John Ryers

Happy Hump Day! As promised, check out this awesome interview with John Ryers, author of The Glass Thief. Please tell us your name (or pen name) and a little bit about yourself: My name is John Ryers and I write predominantly dark fantasy. I have written a few short stories in YA and Sci-Fi genres as… Continue reading Author Interview – John Ryers

The Glass Thief by John Ryers

Happy New Year! We're starting the year off right by supporting a fellow author. Check out The Glass Thief by John Ryers. Below you'll find some excerpts and other goodies to get you interested. It's only been out a day, so don't miss out on your chance to be one of the first to read it!… Continue reading The Glass Thief by John Ryers

Still processing Cursed Child feelings…

Hello! So I meant to get a post up yesterday but things got busy and then when I finally had some free time/motivation, my copy of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finally decided to show up. Of course I dropped everything. I have so many feelings. Too many to really put in words but I'm… Continue reading Still processing Cursed Child feelings…

Book Review: Broken Aro (The Broken Ones #1) by Jen Wylie

Happy Wednesday! I know - it's been a while since I've written one of these. However, I'm super excited to tell you guys about Broken Aro! A while back, I signed up as a reviewer on Our Write Side (if you're interested in reviewing books, check out the application here), and the first book I… Continue reading Book Review: Broken Aro (The Broken Ones #1) by Jen Wylie

Lucifer Pilot – A review, I guess?

So I didn't know this show was starting until a few weeks ago. I know nothing of the source material other than what a quick Google search reveals: the character was created by Neil Gaiman for The Sandman comics and then got his own spin-off series, Lucifer. Both comics were published by DC, so this… Continue reading Lucifer Pilot – A review, I guess?