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Words Hold The Magic

          “…There aren’t any magical words, really. The words just hold the magic. They give it a shape and a form, they make it useful, describe the images within.           I’ll say … Continue reading

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HARRY POTTER Tag!

I was tagged by Paige to do the Harry Potter tag! It was created by Cassie, so much thanks to both of them. I’m a huge Harry Potter fan and have been since I first saw the first movie in … Continue reading

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Book Blog Newbie Tag!

I’m not exactly new to the blogging world (I’ve had this blog for about two years, and had another one prior to that), but I adore tags. Plus I haven’t always blogged about books. My dear friend Sarah Campbell tagged me … Continue reading

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By The Light of a Candle’s Flame

Today (technically tonight and tomorrow–from sunset to sunset) is one of my beloved flameshifts for my patron Goddess, Brigid. So, in light of that, I decided to share several little updates about the creative things I have going on in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane/John Doe by Blake Everstone

First, the blurb: A dead body and a lifetime of hiding in the shadows.Scott has a secret, one he is desperate to keep. Coming from an abusive childhood, Scott worked to make a new life and start again, but a … Continue reading

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On Shelving LGBT Books

I was in Word Bookstores the other day to price the next novel in the series that I’m reading and noticed they had an endcap dedicated completely to LGBT authors and books. It brought up the same internal (and sometimes … Continue reading

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Book Review: BEFORE I FALL by Lauren Oliver

So, you might have noticed me missing from most of the internet for about a week. At least from any blogging site or Youtube. That’s because I’ve been working so damn much that I have hit burn out in just … Continue reading

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