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Teacup story - Breakfast at the Bakery

Teacup story – a story short enough to fit into a teacup.

Breakfast at the Bakery – Emi went to Mistress Ijo’s bakery in the hope of some work, and maybe even a piece of bread. 527 more words

Creative Writing

Book Review: "The Caller" by Juliet Marillier (ARC)

The Caller by Juliet Marillier 

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Publishing Date: September 9
Genre: young adult, fantasy
ISBN: 9780375869563
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Books

BOOK TWENTY-EIGHT: TIGER MOON

Tiger Moon is a rollicking romp of a book: folktale-esque fantasy with a well-crafted plot and beautiful prose. It’s such a shame about the Orientalism. And what Orientalism! 423 more words

Genre: Fantasy

Book Review: Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson


Title: Tiger Lily
Author: Jodi Lynn Anderson
Published: July 3, 2012
Publisher: Harper Collins Children

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Synopsis:
Before Peter Pan belonged to Wendy, he belonged to the girl with the crow feather in her hair. 727 more words

Review 2014

Pyre Review

Pyre by R.B. Kannon

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. 978-1495259630.

Available from Amazon.com

Synopsis: Ember is a child when she is abandoned in a dark temple because of an ancient curse. 330 more words

Reviews

BOOK TWENTY-FIVE: THE PRINCESS CURSE

 

The Princess Curse has it all: excellent Eastern European (Kirkus says 15th century Romania) fantasy worldbuilding, an interesting, well-drawn cast of characters and a tight, fast-paced plot.  555 more words

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BOOK TWENTY-FOUR: ENCHANTED

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I’m tired of reading about women who are incidental to the stories of their own lives.  306 more words

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