Author Archives: paisleypiranha

Review: Blood Oath by Raye Wagner and Kelly St Clare

About the book: More than anything, I crave adventure. But in the disease ridden land of Verald, life is mapped out much like the well-established rings of our kingdom. At the very heart reigns our vicious king with Lord Irrik, … Continue reading

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Film review – THOR: RAGNAROK

“This was awesome, awesome, awesome!” If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of Marvel films and especially those where Thor has the starring role.  So it won’t come as any surprise that I absolutely loved … Continue reading

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Review: The Magic or the Rulership by Emily Marth Sorensen

About the book: Tevan loves having a talent for magic. He never took the oath, yet he can do things the magicians around him can’t even dream of. As a vassal, that’s a great thing. As a newly-chosen landowner heir … Continue reading

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Review: Waters of Salt and Sin by Alisha Klapheke

About the book: When seventeen-year-old salt witch Kinneret learns of a lost island of silver, she sets out to find it, raise her status, and finally have a chance to wed Calev, the high-caste friend she secretly loves. But when … Continue reading

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Review: The Space in Between by Jen Minkman

About the book: When Moira helps out her sister and brother in a Wiccan ritual on Halloween, the last thing she expects is to be swept away to a mystical wilderness. Sitting within the stones of the ancient circle of … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Scottish Settings by Barbara Henderson

A huge welcome to Barbara Henderson, whose book Punch we reviewed yesterday (and loved). Today she is doing a guest blog, and has a … … wee challenge for you: Name 10 children’s books set in Victorian times. Come on! … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Punch’ by Barbara Henderson

A book about fun, friendship, loyalty and redemption. This is a completely delightful MG/YA book featuring 13-year-old Phineas, who is forced to escape a miserable existence as a butcher’s boy in late-Victorian Inverness, and go on the run. Phin meets … Continue reading

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