Posts Tagged: Wen Spencer

WWW Wednesday: July 26

WWW Wednesday: July 26

July 26, 2017 2017, WWW Wednesdays 6

This meme is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. The idea is to answer the three questions below. For more information check out the Taking on a World of Words blog. What are you reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? I haven’t written a WWW Wednesday post for over a month. I haven’t done many posts in the last month, but I hope that changes soon. Currently reading I’m listening to the audiobook and enjoying the book and narrator though I’m not too far into the book yet. Dark Run by Mike Brooks Narrator: Damian Lynch Keiko #1 Science… Read more »

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June 2013 books to look forward to

June 2013 books to look forward to

June 4, 2013 2013, books, Books on my radar 0

I don’t have too many books I’m thinking of buying this month, but the following books sound good! And I know as the month goes on I will find plenty of other books to buy! June 4 Trail of Dead by Melissa F. Olson Series: Scarlett Bernard, book 2 Published by: 47North Genre: Urban Fantasy 310 pages Synopsis: As a null, Scarlett Bernard possesses a rare ability to counteract the supernatural by instantly neutralizing spells and magical forces. For years she has used her gift to scrub crime scenes of any magical traces, helping the powerful paranormal communities of Los Angeles stay hidden. But after LAPD detective Jesse Cruz discovered… Read more »

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My Top Ten Urban Fantasy of the Last Decade

My Top Ten Urban Fantasy of the Last Decade

March 22, 2013 2013, books, My Top Urban Fantasy of Last Decade 0

The Angieville blog posted about a list of the Top 20 Paranormal Fantasies of the Last Decade at the Barnes and Noble Book Blog. (As an aside, the article on the B&N blog is written by Paul Goat Allen. I read his articles years ago when B&N put out a paper science fiction and fantasy newsletter each month. That brought me into their store at least once a month and I found so many new authors that way. He introduced me to Laurell K. Hamilton and her Anita Blake books. I loved those early books by her. They were the first vampire books I read. I didn’t realize Allen still… Read more »

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