Tag: Urban Fantasy

Paperback Perils: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance

Title: Beasts of Extraordinary CircumstanceAuthor: Ruth Emmie LongPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: St. Martin’s Press I have been wanting to read this book for a while. It was a Book of the Month book that I decided to skip because my to read stack at the time was a bit taller than I preferred. Later when

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Paperback Perils: An Unkindness of Magicians

Title: An Unkindness of MagiciansAuthor: Kat HowardPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: SAGA PRESS Keltin gifted me this book for Christmas this last year and a long holiday weekend was the perfect time to finish it. This is a book of magic and revenge. The Unseen World is made up of magician. Powerful Houses that rule from

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Paperback Perils: The Dresden Files: Brief Cases

 Title: The Dresden Files: Brief Cases Author: Jim Butcher Publication Date: 2018 Publishing House: ACE One of my favorite authors is Jim Butcher. He has written the Dresden Files, Codex Alera, and The Cinder Spires; yes, I have read all of them. His most recent book is part of the Dresden Files without being the

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Flash Fiction: Faerie Stories

I don’t have much experience writing flash fiction but I was inspired by fellow blogger, KaylaAnn, to try my hand at writing some. I hope that you enjoy the story. ************ Cities weren’t meant to contain these horrors. Beneath the building is the foundation of civilization and in the tall towers technology reigns supreme. Monsters

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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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Paperback Perils: Werewolves of Fantasy Literature

Besides dragons, werewolves are a consistent mythical creature in fantasy literature. They are particularly prominent in the subgenre of Urban Fantasy. I particularly enjoy this subgenre because it contrasts the world of magic to that of technology. Urban Fantasy is not all I’m looking at here but it has a definite presence.   Harry Potter:

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