Thank you to Strange Books for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Nothing is Strange by Mike Russel Release Date: November 31st 2014 Tags: Adult | Short Stories | Collection | Fabulism | Bizar Trigger/Content Warnings: Cutting in half of Hermaphrodite | Ableism… Continue reading Nothing Is Strange | Book Review
Now that we hit March I am going to put this out there so it wraps up 2019. These short stacks won’t be as frequent as they were in 2019 because I don’t read enough novella’s to keep it up monthly. Even so I hope you do enjoy these posts. Book: The Barrow Will Send… Continue reading Short Stacks #8 / A Few More I Read in 2019
This months short stacks focuses on A.M. Dellamonica. If you didn’t know, A.M. Dellamonica is the author of Indigo Springs, a novel I picked up on whim a few years ago and really ended up loving. They are married to fellow Aurora winner Kelly Robson in Canada in 2003. They have written over 40 short… Continue reading Short Stacks #4 // A.M. Dellamonica Edition
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Book: How to Fracture a Fairytale by Jane Yolen Release Date: November 5th 2018 Tags: Fantasy / Collection / Short Stories / Poetry / Retellings / Fairytale / Mythology / Jewish Characters Trigger Warnings:Concentration Camps / Rape /… Continue reading Book Review – How to Fracture a Fairytale
When it comes down to our favorites we tend to talk a lot about full length books. Of course the world revolves a lot around full length novels if you only glance at the books on the shelves. But sometimes we can forget all about short stories and novella’s. Because to write a good short… Continue reading TTT #148 – Favorite Novella’s and Short Stories
After finishing Bones and Bourbon I immediately went to see what else NineStar Press had because my curiosity was certainly piqued. I found this anthology that focuses on lesbian/bisexual paranormal short stories. This of course interested me as I don’t often get the chance to read fantasy and paranormal with lesbian or bisexual characters. We… Continue reading Five Reasons to Read Anthology Into The Mystic (Volume 3)
Where the Stars Rise is an unique collection of short fantasy and science fiction stories with Asian Mc’s.
The Language of Thorns is a stunningly illustrated book.