Book Review

Trail of Lightning

Title: Trail of Lightning Author: Rebecca Roanhorse Publisher: Saga Press Blurb: While most of the world has drowned beneath the sudden rising waters of a climate apocalypse, Dinétah (formerly the Navajo reservation) has been reborn. The gods and heroes of legend walk the land, but so do monsters. Maggie Hoskie is a Dinétah monster hunter,… Continue reading Trail of Lightning

Book Review, SPFBO

Ruthless Magic: SPFBO Finalist

Title: Ruthless Magic Author: Megan Crewe Rating: 8 out of 10 (NOT OFFICIAL SCORE; TSWI SCORE ONLY) Blurb: In the contest to keep their magic, the only options may be die... or kill. Each year, the North American Confederation of Mages assesses every sixteen-year-old novice. Some will be chosen. The rest must undergo a procedure… Continue reading Ruthless Magic: SPFBO Finalist

Writing

You Could Call Me Stubborn (And You’d Be Right)

Last week, I received my first rejection over Artemis Smith and the Virtuous Marriage Quest. I won't lie. That sucked. Granted, it was different from any rejection I'd received before. I'd only queried my first trilogy, The Destiny of the Dragon, before this book, and I probably received around thirty rejections total, before I stopped querying… Continue reading You Could Call Me Stubborn (And You’d Be Right)

Book Review

Hot Lead, Cold Iron

**Copy of Hot Lead, Cold Iron by Ari Marmell received from Agent Sam Morgan from Jabberwocky Literary Agency in exchange for an honest review** Despite how many times I referred to this book, both mentally and aloud, as Hot Iron, Cold Lead, it remains--actually titled Hot Lead, Cold Iron--a bloody fantastic read. Let's just be up front and… Continue reading Hot Lead, Cold Iron