Month: April 2021

OUR BLOODY PEARL by D. N. Bryn (BOOK REVIEW)

Content warnings: Gore/blood/eating of human body parts (not overly graphic); some violence; coming to terms with new disability; recovery from trauma. When I first took a look at this book, I was prepared for a swashbuckling tale full of adventure on the high seas, and while there is plenty of piratical action and bloodthirsty merpeople, […]

OUR BLOODY PEARL by D. N. Bryn (BOOK REVIEW)

Sounds grimly dangerous. One to investigate…

A Review of Lady of the Lake by Andrzej Sapkowski

Rating: 4/5 stars Spoiler Free Review of Lady of the Lake I’ve had such fun reading The Witcher series by Andrzej Sapkowski these past couple of months, and while I think this book had many notable scenes, dialogues and themes, I am a bit conflicted. There’s this huge part of me that keeps thinking that […]

A Review of Lady of the Lake by Andrzej Sapkowski

Good review as usual…

Speculative Spotlight: Xina Marie Uhl

Today we’re shining the speculative spotlight on Xina Marie Uhl, author of City of the Dead, an epic fantasy novel entered into this year’s Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off. Welcome to the Fantasy Inn, Xina! How are you and how have you been? I’m not dying of Covid-19 and I just met my 5th grandchild, so […]

Speculative Spotlight: Xina Marie Uhl

Good author spotlight…