Tag: Mythical Creatures

Paperback Perils: The Library of Legends

Title: The Library of LegendsAuthor: Janie ChangPublication Date: 2020Publishing House: William Morrow The Library of Legends was actually my April 2020 book from Book of the Month. I highly suggest this monthly subscription box if you are interested in expanding what you read and don’t worry, if you don’t like the choices you can skip

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Paperback Perils: Norse Mythology

Title: Norse MythologyAuthor: Neil GaimanPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: W.W. Norton & Company I really love Neil Gaiman books and mythology and I have been meaning to read this one for a while. So I downloaded the audiobook for Keltin and I to listen to on our way back from Kansas over the holidays. The wonderful

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Paperback Perils: Circe

Title: Circe Author: Madeline Miller Publication Date: 2018 Publishing House: Bloomsbury Publishing Last week I finished both Circe and The Woman in the Window. I enjoyed them both in their own ways but of the two Circe was my favorite. Of course they are in two separate genres and I can’t really compare the two.

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Paperback Perils: The City of Brass

Title: The City of Brass Author: S.A. Chakraborty Publication Date: 2017 Publishing House: HarperCollins Publishers Add this book to your to read list. Chakraborty does an excellent job of creating an enthralling world and complex characters. I read this book in about three days, could not put it down. I will warn you though, this

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Fiction: Wishes in the City

I wrote this for a writing contest. Unfortunately, I didn’t win but it is still a fun read. It is a bit long but I’ll love feed back if you are willing. ************ My ancestors met when cultures clashed, European Faeries and Arabian Djinn. Here I am, a mongrel mix of magics with a splash

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Fiction: Starlight Song

This first piece is something I wrote last year. It is not part of anything larger, just a scene that popped into my head and I decided to put it into words. ************ The siren stood wrapped in black furs while standing amid an ice field. She had that had left the southern seas to

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