Tag Archives : book review

Weekly Roundup, October 16-20, 2017


Welcome to the weekend! I hope that you’ve all had an excellent week and have some delightful plans lined up for today and tomorrow. Halloween is approaching, so our contributors have worked hard to bring you some deliciously spooky treats over the past week. While you’re recovering from whatever festivities that you’ve gotten yourself into, why not check out some…

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Speculative Chic Book Club: Bannerless


Welcome to the Speculative Chic Book Club! Each month, we invite you to join us in reading a book that will sometimes be picked beforehand and sometimes be voted on by you, our readers. We’re still working on the format, so following the review of the book and some starter questions, we invite you all to discuss your thoughts in…

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Ruminations on a Theme: Review of Three Wishes


Three Wishes (2016) Written By: Lisa Manifold Genre: Paranormal Romance Pages: 188 (Paperback) Series: Heart of the Djinn (Book 1) Publisher: Self-published Why I Chose It: Lisa Manifold was chosen as Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Independent Writer of the Year last year. It was the first time they even had an Independent category, and I wanted to check out some…

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