Reblog: NITPICKING OR SERIOUS PROBLEM? HOW TO (POTENTIALLY) RUIN A GOOD BOOK

Originally posted on Tqwana Explains It All   I’m reading a NA (New Adult) romance with a biracial heroine. I know this because every chance the author gets, a reference is made to her appearance. It’s either her olive/darker skin, with one reference even going so far as to say her skin gets as “black … Continue reading Reblog: NITPICKING OR SERIOUS PROBLEM? HOW TO (POTENTIALLY) RUIN A GOOD BOOK

The Backlist: The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by A.N. Roquelaure (Anne Rice)

Well… I hardly know where to begin. I finished this book over 2 weeks ago, and still I’m not sure this review is quite what I mean to say. With that in mind, I’ve enlisted the help of Miss J. Alexander to express my thoughts. Cuz, y’all… Let’s start with some background. The Claiming of … Continue reading The Backlist: The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by A.N. Roquelaure (Anne Rice)

REVIEW: Sleepy Hollow by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Hiatus? What hiatus? No need to wait for January for a needed dose of #Ichabbie. If you’re not familiar with Fox’s version of Sleepy Hollow, here’s a short summary: As with Washington Irving’s original, Ichabod Crane meets the Headless Horseman in the eponymous town in the Hudson River Valley. Though in this version, Crane is now a … Continue reading REVIEW: Sleepy Hollow by Keith R. A. DeCandido