You know what Billy Joel says about the world on fire. “We didn’t start the fire, it was always burning, since the world’s been turning.” Which is pretty much my take on 2020. The world’s been on fire for centuries. Since almost the beginning. Everyone having good years and bad; people good and people evil;… Continue reading Why talk about romance when the world is burning?
This collection of fairytale retellings takes source material and spins it, topples it, and raises it up again in delightful ways. I went into this collection thinking "standard fairy tales," but was quickly surprised by the wide range of settings, tone, and even POVs present here. While this is definitely a themed collection with heavy… Continue reading Book Review: The Wicked Wolves of Windsor by Byrd Nash
I finished this book a few nights ago, and I want to say so much about it. But I also don't want to spoil it. This is the kind of book you read and then find yourself explaining all the characters and plot to someone (Not that I did this. Or that my husband sat… Continue reading Book Review: The Dark Wood by Sydney Mann