The Infernal Devices Trilogy – Book Review

 

Steam punk meets young adult fantasy in Cassandra Clare’s latest trilogy. Still set within the world of Shadow Hunters, this time she transports readers into Victorian London and introduces them to Tessa Gray, a young woman from America who has come to London to be reunited with her brother. Unbeknownst to Tessa, her brother Nathaniel has been caught in the shadow world of demons, warlocks, vampires and werewolves. Abducted by two warlock sisters, she soon discovers that she’s got the ability to transform into anyone at will, and that everything she knows about her life so far has been built on a lie.

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Vampire for Christmas – Book Review

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Vampire for Christmas by Felicity Heaton
Publisher:  Dark Rose Publishing
Published: November 2,  2010
Genres:  Paranormal Romance
Pages: 91

What the Story is about.
The story introduces Rafe a vampire/vampire hunter and Shannon a demon hunter. They have worked together for two years. Their relationship was unconventional has Shannon hates vampires.  A vampire killed her family several years ago and since then she made it her mission to destroy them. As such, being partnered with one did not sit well with her.

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Editorial Review – Executable File

 

Title: Executable File

Author: Dave Cohen

Genre: Techno Thriller

This novel covers the rather uncertain career of Dan File, a superhacker who was so bored in college that he began tweaking his football-playing roommate’s grades for the fun of it.

After that escapade, he began downloading the oppositions’ playbooks and sharing them with his school’s team.

His electronic antics went unnoticed for some time, but at last, the discrepancies became apparent. Dan was too smart to leave any evidence behind, but his college scholarship was revoked all the same and he was asked to leave the school.

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Throwback Thursday: The Midnight Sea – Book Review

Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of BRD’s most popular posts. Enjoy!

Book Review of The Midnight Sea (Fourth Element#1) by Kat Ross

Publication Date: May 10th, 2016

Category/Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Rating: 4/5 stars

 

They are the light against the darkness.

The steel against the necromancy of the Druj.

And they use demons to hunt demons…

Nazafareen lives for revenge. A girl of the isolated Four-Legs Clan, all she knows about the King’s elite Water Dogs is that they bind wicked creatures called daevas to protect the empire from the Undead. But when scouts arrive to recruit young people with the gift, she leaps at the chance to join their ranks. To hunt the monsters that killed her sister.

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Free Manuscript Critique Comes to AWP Writers Club

A Writer's Path

Hi all!

To let everyone know, free partial manuscript critique is now a benefit of A Writer’s Path Writers Club. Here is the page for the free services, accessed only by active members:

https://ryanlanz.com/writers-club-free-services/

(password protected)

We’re adding new free services all the time. In fact, I just added free query editing, free proposal editing, and free manuscript editing today.

If you’re not a current member, check out our club!

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Free Ride – Book Review

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by M.N. Forgy

I’m crazy, deranged, and psychotic. I’m out of my mind and my life isn’t even mine half the time. Having Dissociative Identity Disorder, it’s an accurate assumption.

Born an MC brat, my only dream is to wear the colors of my father’s club, The Shadow Keepers. To feel the weight of the warm leather press across my back, and to be a part of something with purpose.

It wasn’t until the last drop of blood dripped from my fingertips and the gun smoke faded into the night sky that I realized what was really important to me.

Him.

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AWP Writers Club Has Moved! (Also 25% Off)

A Writer's Path

Hi all!

A Writer’s Path Writers Club has moved!

The previous platform I’ve been using has made some changes that I didn’t perceive to be positive to the atmosphere of the club, so I’ve decided to move it here, to this website.

Having it on my own website means that I can have far better influence on the experience and do even more to make it the best club it can be.

If you’ve checked out the Writers Club before, you’ll want to do it again. The scope of services and benefits have been revamped, some areas slimmed and some expanded, all to focus on what matters most. No more long registration and no more credit card on file stuff.

On top of that, the Writers Club is 25% less expensive than it was before.

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