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Review: Eyes of Silver, Eyes of Gold

Eyes of Silver, Eyes of Gold by Ellen O’Connell My rating: 5 of 5 stars Cord and Anne are my favourite fictional couple. Their relationship is serious #lifegoals for me. I’ve searched high and low for a book that is … Continue reading

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The After Kiss

It was five minutes till midnight hour and my phone alarm went off. I straightened against the side of the building and fumbled to get it out of my jeans to shut off the insistent buzzing. My gloved fingers made … Continue reading

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Why books are bad for you

When I was 12 I used to use them to escape from friendless classrooms and if I didn’t have one in my hand, I would stare out of the window with fierce concentration thinking of all the stories stored in … Continue reading

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Reviewing: Duty by Rachel Rossano

Duty: a novel of Rhynan by Rachel Rossano My rating: 4 of 5 stars 3.5 stars. I first read Rachel Rossano’s writing when I won her short story Exchange on goodreads and reviewed it. Since then I’ve followed her blog … Continue reading

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vampire house #3

Two tall, robe clad figures stood beside the examination table where the dead girl lay. One was a man with disproportionately broad shoulders and a narrow chin, and the other was an elegant woman with a pleasant face and long … Continue reading

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vampire house #2

Edison waited impatiently as the minute hand of the wall clock declared only half an hour had passed since he made the call. He weighed his options in his mind and tried to come up with a back up plan … Continue reading

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vampire house #1

Vampire House Every monster knows that it is a monster to its prey, and all prey know that they are food for the monsters. There is little room for conscience or hesitation at the moment of the fatal blow. And … Continue reading

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