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Interview: ‘Sir Princess Petra’s Talent’ Author – Diane Mae Robinson

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Blogcritics chats with 'Sir Princess Petra's Talent' Author, Diane Mae Robinson. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dragon Fire’ by Dina Von Lowenkraft

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A vivid setting with an array of intriguing characters makes this a must-read for fans of dragon stories and young adult paranormal. Read More »

Interview with Dina Von Lowenkraft, Author of ‘Dragon Fire’

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"Writing is a solitary process and a lot of hard work, so having a group of writing friends that all support each other is essential." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dragons and Dreams: Bedtime Stories’ by Becca Price

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One of those rare "once upon a time" collections that are so light and charming. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Frozen: Heart of Dread #1′ by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston

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Can evil conquer the hearts of those living in a frozen but beautiful world? Will those in thrall to such evil allow the destruction of a beautiful place? Read More »

Interview: Marie Brennan, Author of A Natural History of Dragons

A talk with the former academic and author of fantasy novels, the latest of which is A Natural History of Dragons. Read More »

Book Review: A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan

Isabella is obsessed with dragons. Her tomboyish antics and unwavering determination lead to a life full of them. Read More »

Book Review: Chrysalis: Trepidation (Book 3, Chrysalis Series) by M. L. Lacy

Readers who enjoy paranormal stories with vampires and werewolves will love this series. Read More »

Book Review: Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle, Book 4) by Christoper Paolini

Christopher Paolini’s latest addition to the Inheritance Cycle, Inheritance, falls flat. Read More »

Book Review: Imlich’s Tale: A Woeful Buffeting at the Hands of Fate, or Accident, or Error by Elizabeth Carroll

Carroll's storytelling skills make for rich adventure, and a magical playful mix of fable, folklore, legend, myth and human nature Read More »