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Book Review: The Copper Promise by Jen Williams

It's the kind of bar where they keep the lights down low so you can't see how murky the beer is. The air is thick and the wine thin. You stumble down the steps, make your way through the clusters of clientele, wondering why it had to be this particular establishment; when a chair is… Continue reading Book Review: The Copper Promise by Jen Williams

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Tough Travelling: Elves

Welcome to another month's Tough Travelling, this time with Elves! Tough Travelling is a monthly feature, which has a new home over at the (very swish) Fantasy Hive (hence the new graphic...) Shall we see what The Tough Guide to Fantasyland has to say on the subject? “Elves claim to have been the first people in Fantasyland.… Continue reading Tough Travelling: Elves

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Book Review – Altered States by Paul J. Newell

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Paul J. Newell writes crime/thrill novels; possibly one of my least favourite flavours. But this particularly book caught my attention, it seemed more focused on the psychological than a straight up "whodunnit" and this intrigued me. Aaron Braunn has a special skill;… Continue reading Book Review – Altered States by Paul J. Newell

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Tough Travelling: Mentors and Snarky Sidekicks

Hello everyone and welcome to Tough Travelling! Every month, we go on our travels through Fantasyland with Fantasy Faction, exploring a different fantasy trope as defined by Dianna Wynne Jones in her Tough Guide to Fantasyland. I managed to miss November's theme, Mentors, and I'm a bit late with this month's theme, Snarky Sidekicks; and so… Continue reading Tough Travelling: Mentors and Snarky Sidekicks

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Book Review: The Summerlark Elf by Brandon Draga

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Apologies for the quality of the picture! The Summerlark Elf is a fantasy novel which follows Enna, an elf brought up as a human, as she learns her true identity and becomes embroiled in a plot against the King. She is aided… Continue reading Book Review: The Summerlark Elf by Brandon Draga