Tag Archive: fantasy

Bellman & Black: A Ghost Story by Diane Setterfield

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Did you read The Thirteenth Tale, Diane Setterfield’s debut novel? It came out way back in 2006, which I cannot believe I just referred to as “way back,” and made a big, almost-universally… Continue reading

Stone Guardian by Danielle Monsch

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In my day job as a librarian, I don’t pay much attention to self-published books. They tend to suffer from poor copy editing, stream of consciousness rambling, and awkward writing. As a general… Continue reading

Q and A with Loretta Nyhan

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Wow, life certainly happened to my planned Witch Week! First it happened in the form of Book Expo America (BEA), which got in the way of my interview with Loretta Nyhan. For those… Continue reading

Interview with the Lost Witch

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Welcome to Witch Week on Infinite Reads! This week, we’ll be talking with Suzanne Palmieri (who also writes as Suzanne Hayes) and Loretta Nyhan. This dynamic duo are taking the publishing world by… Continue reading

Read It, Scene It: Warm Bodies

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When I saw Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion available on NetGalley in expectation of the movie, I thought, Hm, zombies…and romance. I can totally parlay this into a date night. My boyfriend loves… Continue reading

The Water Witch by Juliet Dark

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Sometimes I think I hate paranormal romance. I love paranormal romance, in theory. I love the fantasy genre. I love the urban fantasy sub-genre. I love the romance genre. I even like horror,… Continue reading

The Archived by Victoria Schwab

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I feel the need to make one thing clear: I have not finished this book. The publisher only made the first hundred-and-some-odd pages available to me as an ARC, so if you read… Continue reading

Read It, Scene It: The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien vs The Hobbit by Peter Jackson, Part 1

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You know those super annoying people who obsess over the differences between books and movies? The ones who say, “Of course, I read the book first, back before there was supposed to be… Continue reading

Splintered by A. G. Howard

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Happy New Year! Even before 2012 ended, I knew 2013 was shaping up to be a great year for readers. I’ve had some terrific galleys of books that drop in January or February,… Continue reading

Broxo by Zach Giallongo: Review

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You know Halloween’s on its way when your run-of-the-mill barbarian tribe graphic novel suddenly comes complete with a host of zombies instead of┬ámerely the standard buxom paleo-witch, although she’s here, too. But does… Continue reading