October Daye’s magic just keeps getting stronger with each book. Remember waaaayyy back in Rosemary & Rue? When she got her ass handed to her in every other chapter? Well… that still happens. But before, her changeling ex-boyfriend could beat her up. Now it takes First Borns & an army of goblins with bazookas*. Two words: Under-water Fae. Asrai, Hippocampus & Cetace, oh my! Here’s … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read ONE SALT SEA
Late Eclipses, the latest installment inthe October Daye series by Seanan McGuire comes out tomorrow. And it looks like we’ll finally find out what the deal is with Toby’s mother Amandine. I know. I’m a complete fan girl. I’m OK with embracing my inner geek. (And if you’re a friend or family member reading this… don’t even think about calling me after work tomorrow! My … Continue reading Fan Girl Alert! Fan Girl Alert! More October Daye!
Milk & Cookies. Chocolate & Peanut Butter. Zombies & Bloggers. The best things in life come in pairs. Mira Grant’s Newsflash Trilogy takes her readers into a world where the people no longer trust the conventional news media, we’ve cured cancer and the common cold… and side effects include lots of moaning and attempting to eat your neighbors after you die. Georgia (George) & Shaun … Continue reading FEED by Mira Grant
Cara at Oooh… Books! was kind enough to invite me to do a guest post on her blog, expanding on my review of the October Daye series by Seanan McGuire. A little snooping around her archives and I discovered that we have the similar taste in books! Here’s a few reviews that caught my interest: The Yiddish Policemen’s Union by Michael Chabon is an old … Continue reading Oooh…Books!
If a book is released as a mass market paperback (the kind sold at grocery stores) I’m most likely going to download the e-version onto my kindle. It is a decision based on both finance and space considerations. These purchases tend to be impulse buys, downloaded on a lazy weekend when I want something trashy, and tossed aside after one reading. There are a few … Continue reading A Different Kind of Private Eye – The October Daye series by Seanan McGuire