TAG: Get to Know the Fantasy Reader

I saw this over on Way Too Fantasy for Wyrd & Wonder, and I am always down to talk about my life as a fantasy reader. It was originally created by Bree Hill and later adapted to be a fantasy tag by The Book Pusher. Let’s get to it! What is your fantasy origin story? […]

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Bookshelf Tour: Magic & Research

Welcome to the bookshelf tour! Previously: Nonfiction | Buddhism & Yoga | Poetry & Adult Fiction | Adult Fiction & Graphic Novels | Horror & Classics | Tolkien | Contemporary Romance. ICYMI, since I’m not on Booktube, and never will be, I wanted to travel through my shelves on a biweekly adventure on the blog. […]

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TTT: Reasons Why I Love Fantasy

This week’s That Artsy Reader Girl topic is reasons why I love blank, and well, I’ve been talking a lot about different mythical creatures lately, so it makes sense that my blank is going to be fantasy. It’s my favorite genre, and while I mostly stick to writing urban fantasy, high fantasy is where it’s […]

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Review: Ravenspire series

I know that I usually do reviews on Wednesdays, but I’ve been wanting to talk about the Ravenspire series for ages because it’s just so damn good, so here we are! Currently, there are four books out for CJ Redwine’s wonderful retellings with no apparent plans for a fifth, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed. […]

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TAG: Spring Cleaning!

The trees are starting to bloom, my backyard is full of lilacs, my lawn is finally flourishing, and there’s a vase of sunflowers next to me as I write this. It’s the perfect time for this tag, which I saw Tracy @ Truffle’s Literary Wonders do, and which was created by Amanda @ Between the […]

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Review: The Letters of JRR Tolkien

Wow, it has been a minute and a half since the last time I reviewed something for Tolkien! Wildly, the last one was back in January, when we were doing a month of celebratory posts for his birthday. This is, much like his biography, a step off the beaten path with my An Adventure in […]

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TTT: Books Featuring Disabled Narrators

Happy Tuesday! I’ve always liked Tuesdays because it’s my yoga teaching day, but this one is even more fun because we’re talking about some of my favorite books in the world–those featuring disabled narrators. While there are many, many excellent books out there, I’ve somehow managed to narrow down my top ten, so let’s get […]

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