Rebel Academy: Curse, Rosemary A. Johns

“... Magenta had shown me that I wasn’t nobody and I could save myself,...” It all comes down to the Dragon Tournament, and there’s a very good chance that our beloved crew won’t succeed. The repercussions for failing are high, and the results could be devastating. I absolutely love that one semi-alive witch could bring… Continue reading Rebel Academy: Curse, Rosemary A. Johns

Magic, Television, & Marijuana, Matthew Berkman

When Berkman sent me a review request for this, I thought the title and blurb had promise. Then I got to the price on Amazon, which I found highly amusing, and I knew I had to read it. The story is told in alternating viewpoints and timelines, so you get a bit of everything with… Continue reading Magic, Television, & Marijuana, Matthew Berkman

The Once and Future Witches, Alix E. Harrow

The Once and Future Witches is built on and around nursery rhymes, which are anything but. The year is 1893, and as The Eastwood sisters come together again after a long separation, they find the strength they didn’t have growing up. Suffragettes with a twist, how perfect! I feel like some reviewers are over reviewing… Continue reading The Once and Future Witches, Alix E. Harrow

Where Dreams Descend, Janella Angeles

Kallia has broken free from Jack and the life of performing at Hellfire House to enter a contest for the Conquering Circus. She almost doesn’t make it, being a female in a male-driven world and competition. Thankfully, Daron Demarco sees something in her. And thus begins the tale which is riddled with disasters from the… Continue reading Where Dreams Descend, Janella Angeles