Review: MageMother

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Part of the Free (Kindle) series.  Title: MageMother: The Mage & the Magpie Author: Austin J. Bailey Stars: ★★   Whenever possible, I suggest not starting more than 1 sentence in a paragraph with the same word. Do I always follow my... Continue Reading →

Kindle Free Titles: Lessons Learned

I debated writing this as multiple posts, but I'll save us all the hassle and keep it a list: Free books get more reviews. My ratings (subjective) were consistently lower than the average ratings on Amazon. Free books have generally higher ratings even if they aren't great (editing-wise, story-wise, etc.) than similar titles which aren't... Continue Reading →

Review: Blackmark

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Part of the Free (Kindle) series.  Title: Blackmark Author: Jean Lowe Carlson Stars: ★★★ So many maps, so little time. An interesting feature to Carlson's writing is that she manages to make places feel touch-starved. Not in their lack of people but... Continue Reading →

Review: Battle Mage

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Part of the Free (Kindle) series.  Title:  Battle Mage Author: Peter A. Flannery Stars: ★★ From the very first line, Flannery's writing creates an odd distance between reader and the third person narrator. Words like "knew" and "felt" add further distance. The... Continue Reading →

Review: The Midnight Sea

This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Part of the Free (Kindle) series.  Title: The Midnight Sea Author: Kat Ross Stars: ★★★ A few things that I don't think are spoilers but might change whether or not you want to read this book. One, it reference someone peeing themselves... Continue Reading →

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