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    Cover Reveal: An Epic Look At WINDWARD by S. Kaeth

    It’s a week of promoting High Fantasies, folks, and with this one, we have quite literally taken to the sky! Okay, okay….maybe not literally (and perhaps I was being a bit cheesy there), but the point is, this upcoming release brings a whole new meaning to “soaring to new heights.” And I’m sure it’ll blow you all away. Well, at least this gorgeous cover will! I want to preface this by saying I know the author. Not like face-to-face kind of know, but we adventured into the Writer In Motion project together via the Twitterverse and she’s pretty awesome. Always entertaining and bursting with imagination. And I really wanted to…

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    Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: The Realm Of Knights (Knights of the Realm #1) by Jennifer Anne Davis

    I received this book to review as part of a blog tour organized by Xpresso Tours. All thoughts and opinions are my own. To be honest, Realm of the Knights  isn’t my usual cuppa. The last time I read anything close to a high or epic fantasy was during my Forgotten Realms phase, especially ones with courts or royal families. But Realm of the Knights caught my eye — first (admittedly) by its bold, beautiful cover and second, the major Arthurian-Mulan vibes I was getting. This was all I needed to abandon my High-Fantasy famine and dive right in. And I don’t regret it one bit. In case you haven’t heard about…

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    Book Review: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho

    It has taken me a long time to collect my thoughts about this debut book. It’s not that I didn’t like it, because there IS so much to love about Wicked Fox. But I wasn’t sure how I fully felt about it once I turned the final page. There was a period of several months where I didn’t know if I loved it or hated it or fell somewhere in the middle. I want to stress that this undecided feeling isn’t always a bad thing; some of my favorite films are ones that leave me in the middle, uncertain of my feelings and full of conflicted thoughts. I am a…

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    His Hideous Heart by Dahlia Adler: A POE-etic Review of 13 Genre-Bending Tales

    Edgar Allan Poe might be ‘nevermore’ , but his deliciously horrific tales continue to hold our hearts hostage over a 150 after his death. And why wouldn’t they? From Tell-Tale Heart to A Cask of Amontillado, his stories contain themes that are still relevant today: Loss and love. Life and death. Mankind — and its many demons. And all manner of strange afflictions that twist around the mind like a beautiful poison. For some people, the grotesque and horrific nature of his tales might be a turn off, but I loved that about his work. I love his confrontation of the darkness that lies within the very hearts we rely…