book reviews

Book Review: “Vulpini” by Meg Pelliccio

★★★★★ First off, I have to say that I love the cover for this book. It's charming and whimsical and subtly gives hints to the delights you'll find inside. From when I first started reading, I fell in love with the author's melodic form of writing. She does such a great job with descriptions that… Continue reading Book Review: “Vulpini” by Meg Pelliccio

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Author Spotlight: Dani Carlisle

Today is the first Author Spolight! It's something I used to do years ago, my own special way of supporting other authors and sharing the love. Our first author spotlight presents Dani Carlisle! Alex Apostol: Tell me a little about yourself. Dani Carlisle: I'm a non-binary author and parent from Canada. I love to bake,… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Dani Carlisle

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Book Review: “American Witches” by Susan Fair

This is a nonfiction book that covers witches in America from the first accusations as they crossed the ocean to the New World all the way up to the Blair Witch phenomena. Going in, I thought it would be an interesting read but possibly dry, but boy was I wrong! Susan Fair has a great sense of humor and looks at the events of the past with a skeptical and sarcastic lens.

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Fan Fiction: Do You Read it?

how many people out there really do read fan fiction? Because I have to admit, I am not one of them. But it interests me. Have you ever read Harry Potter fan fiction and what's your thoughts on it?

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Book Review: “Hamilton” by Ron Chernow

I don't want to go into too much detail here, don't want to spoil it for you (haha it's history! Can't be spoiled.) This book was 731 pages long in Kindle form and it sure felt like it. It took me two and a half months to read it but man, was it the most thorough and extensive biography!