Review: Kill or Cure: Oblivion by Pixie Britton

What price will she pay to save him?With her little brother Tommy now ravaged with Infection and her best friend Will kidnapped and hidden far underground, Alyx’s world is on the edge of ruin.General Sinter is stealing Will’s memories, searching for the secret to Tommy’s power. If Will continues to resist, he loses everything, including … Continue reading Review: Kill or Cure: Oblivion by Pixie Britton

WOW: The 4th Denazen Book by Jus Accardo!!! I am screaming from the rooftops!

Hey there, Hi There! I have not done a WOW post in so very long and I could not resist this one today since hearing the news just yesterday. The third book in this series was published way back in May of 2013!!! So you can imagine my astonishment when I opened my email and … Continue reading WOW: The 4th Denazen Book by Jus Accardo!!! I am screaming from the rooftops!

The Day My Kisses Tasted Like Disorder by Emmanuella Hristova

Synopsis I hesitate when you kiss me because I am afraid you will taste the disaster brewing underneath my skin.  Hristova’s debut poetry collection documents the birth and death of a relationship, and the death of her sister. Each poem is an emotional time-stamp that plunges the reader into the depths of the author’s feelings as they … Continue reading The Day My Kisses Tasted Like Disorder by Emmanuella Hristova

Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth by Warsan Shire

Synopsis What elevates 'teaching my mother how to give birth', what gives the poems their disturbing brilliance, is Warsan Shire's ability to give simple, beautiful eloquence to the veiled world where sensuality lives in the dominant narrative of Islam; reclaiming the more nuanced truths of earlier times - as in Tayeb Salih's work - and … Continue reading Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth by Warsan Shire

Deja Vu by Sosie Frost

Synopsis They say the future is uncertain... But what happens if I have no past?  I don’t remember giving birth. I don’t remember my name, my family, or where I come from. I don’t remember…anything.  The only clue to my past rests in a bundle of blankets swaddled in my arms—a newborn baby girl.  With no leads and … Continue reading Deja Vu by Sosie Frost

Helium by Rudy Francisco

Synopsis Helium is the debut poetry collection by internet phenom Rudy Francisco, whose work has defined poetry for a generation of new readers. Rudy's poems and quotes have been viewed and shared millions of times as he has traveled the country and the world performing for sell-out crowds. Helium is filled with work that is … Continue reading Helium by Rudy Francisco

Review| Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

Synopsis Mercedes Thompson, aka Mercy, is a talented Volkswagen mechanic living in the Tri-Cities area of Washington. She also happens to be a walker, a magical being with the power to shift into a coyote at will. Mercy's next-door neighbor is a werewolf. Her former boss is a gremlin. And she's fixing a bus for … Continue reading Review| Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

Homecoming by Patricia Briggs

Synopsis Mercy Thompson is a walker, a magical being with the power to transform into a coyote. She lives on the fine line dividing the everyday world from a darker dimension, observing the supernatural community while standing apart. When Mercy travels to the Tri-Cities of Washington for a job interview, she quickly finds herself smack-dab … Continue reading Homecoming by Patricia Briggs

Desdemona by Toni Morrison

Synopsis The story of Desdemona from Shakespeare's Othello is re-imagined by Nobel Prize laureate Toni Morrison, Malian singer and songwriter Rokia Traoré, and acclaimed stage director Peter Sellars. Morrison's response to Sellars’ 2009 production of Othello is an intimate dialogue of words and music between Desdemona and her African nurse Barbary. Morrison gives voice and depth to the female … Continue reading Desdemona by Toni Morrison