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Review: Dragon Justice by Laura Anne Gilman

Dragon Justice is the 4th and final book in the Paranormal Scene Investigations series. It was released by Luna on July 24, 2012. The Blurb In my time with PUPI, formally known as Private, Unaffiliated Paranormal Investigations, I’ve seen a lot. Learned a lot. And not all of it’s been good. But what we do—make…

Review: Child of Fire by Harry Connolly

The Blurb: Ray Lilly is living on borrowed time. He’s the driver for Annalise Powliss, a high-ranking member of the Twenty Palace Society, a group of sorcerers devoted to hunting down and executing rogue magicians. But because Ray betrayed her once, Annalise is looking for an excuse to kill him–or let someone else do the…

Writer's Resources for June 9th through June 29th

These are writers’ resource links I’ve found helpful and/or interesting for June 9th through July 18th: edittorrent: Paragraphing as meaning – Invincible Summer: Professionalism – The Writer Who Couldn’t Read : NPR – Creating a “Series Bible” « Deadline Dames – edittorrent: Editing by Machine – edittorrent: Emotion postponement – Janet Reid, Literary Agent: The…

Writer’s Resources for June 9th through June 29th

These are writers’ resource links I’ve found helpful and/or interesting for June 9th through July 18th: edittorrent: Paragraphing as meaning – Invincible Summer: Professionalism – The Writer Who Couldn’t Read : NPR – Creating a “Series Bible” « Deadline Dames – edittorrent: Editing by Machine – edittorrent: Emotion postponement – Janet Reid, Literary Agent: The…

Review: Frank Beddor's Arch Enemy

I discovered the first volume of this engaging trilogy a year or so ago. Aptly titled The Looking Glass Wars, it caught my attention both because of the unique steampunk-y robots on the cover, and because I’ve always loved the story of Alice In Wonderland. Who wouldn’t want to fall down the rabbit hole – if only for a little while?

Review: Frank Beddor’s Arch Enemy

I discovered the first volume of this engaging trilogy a year or so ago. Aptly titled The Looking Glass Wars, it caught my attention both because of the unique steampunk-y robots on the cover, and because I’ve always loved the story of Alice In Wonderland. Who wouldn’t want to fall down the rabbit hole – if only for a little while?

Authors I Admire: Robert Jordan

I’m introducing a new series here at MG, one that I’ve been thinking about for awhile. These posts will focus on authors I admire and why. It could be something related to their writing or something they’ve said or done outside of their books.  This series of posts will tell you, in detail, which authors…

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