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For my Father

Sorry about not posting last week. I was a little busy with a project I was working on for my father. This post is dedicated to the coolest father ever. 119 more words

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What's better than riding a unicorn or fighting a lion? How about a daughter who grants her father his most secret desires?

Short Stories

On my recent blog tour with Rave Reviews Book Club, I was asked to write a number of guest posts about just about any subject I wanted to broach. 1,086 more words



I am a little disappointed in myself because I have been trying to read books by non-white or non-male authors (because of my obvious interest in… 1,119 more words

Panda Turds

Powerless by Matthew Cody

12-year-old Daniel moves to a new town, and is immediately befriended by local kids.  Nothing about his new friends is ordinary however… They can fly, conduct electricity with their hands, turn invisible, and a bunch of other cool superhero tricks.  118 more words

Fantasy Books

Thirteen Days to Midnight by Patrick Carman

“You are indestructible.” These are the last words that Jake’s foster father whispers to him in the midst of a violent car crash. Jake survives the crash, his foster father does not, and soon Jake realizes that these were more than just words – he is now invincible. 60 more words

Science Fiction Books

Atlantia by Ally Condie

Rio lives in the underwater city of Atlantia, inhabited by a group of settlers who left Above during the Divide. Atlantia is mystical, bubble-enclosed dwelling, populated by sirens and designed with ornate buildings and shimmering metal trees. 119 more words

Science Fiction Books

Book Review: Final Blackout, L. Ron Hubbard


Story and Plot:

Considering the fact the author wrote this before World War II suggests an uncanny attempt to ask what would happen if World War I never ended and just ground on for generations. 284 more words

Science Fiction Books