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A Middle-Grade Story That Even Adults Would Enjoy

Book Review: Coriander Jones Saves The World by Kim English   Review by Sandra Selvas Villatoro “Coriander Jones Saves The World” was a fantastic read. Targeted to middle-grade and young-adult readers, but it could be easily enjoyed by adults as well. It is a story that never belittles anyone’s intelligence and shows […]

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The Beginning of A Fantastic Series

Book Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas   Review by Sandra Selvas Villatoro I know this books is a HUGE bestseller and that it came out a couple of years ago, but I still think it’s an underrated book in the Fantasy genre, so I wanted to share my review […]


Fairytale drama with a modern twist 3

Once Upon a Time, in a kingdom not so far away… ABC breathes new life into the old classics with Once Upon A Time, a fairy tale drama with a twist. Set in the fictitious town of Storybrook, Once Upon A Time has real life colliding with fantasy.   Like any good […]

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Amanda Perry gets her fairy on at FaerieCon East 2013

Amanda Perry gets her fairy on at FaerieCon East 2013     A couple of weeks ago, I attended FaerieCon East, a convention all about – you guessed it – fairies.   There’s stuff there for those who like to dress as faeries, for those who love to read fantasy […]


Book review: Haven of Dante by Leonardo Ramirez

Review by Lucy Pireel   Title: Haven of Dante Author: Leonardo Ramirez Genre: Fantasy Standalone or series: series   Blurb:   Haven Irena Dante, seventeen, struggles with a dysfunctional family. Her workaholic father is never there, but his absence is filled by a loving mother harboring the secret and mysterious past of their family. The […]

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Interview: Melissa Mcphail, Author of Cephrael’s Hand

Ashlyn Shore interviews Melissa McPhail, the author of the award-winning epic fantasy series, A Pattern of Shadow & Light, and Cephrael’s Hand. In addition to her writing, Melissa is a classically trained pianist, violinist and composer, a Vinyasa yoga instructor, and an avid fantasy reader. A long-time student of philosophy, […]


Interview: Shereen Vedam, Author of A Beastly Scandal

Riley Banks interviews Shereen Vedam on her new novel, A Beastly Scandal.   Shereen Vedam was born on a tiny paradise island called Ceylon, later renamed Sri Lanka. Her mother was a grade school teacher by day, and by night became a put-upon mother of a wandering child. Her father traveled around […]

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Interview: Tegon Maus, author of The Chronicles of Tucker Littlefield

Riley Banks talks to Tegon Maus, author of The Chronicles of Tucker Littlefield.     Firstly, tell us a little bit about you and how you came to be a writer. My wife and I belonged to a dream interpretation group in the 80s.  You know where you tell everyone […]