Magic Monday: The Snow White Files by Sonya M. Black

Welcome to another Magic Monday post! Today, I’m reviewing The Snow White Files by Sonya M. Black. Brendan Hunter is a private investigator stuck on dead-end cases until seven dwarves show up in his office and offer him a King’s ransom to track down a missing girl. Their description of …

Lieutenant Junior Grade’s Log, Entry 20: February has begun!

If you’re subscribed to my blog through WordPress, you may have received an email earlier today about a blog post that currently doesn’t exist. I accidentally published my Magic Monday post for this month instead of scheduling it as I meant to. It is now scheduled for the 12th, and …

Lieutenant Junior Grade’s Log, Entry 18: New release arriving next month!

February is known for Valentine’s Day, but I prefer the less-well-known Fairy Tale Day, which takes place on February 26th. Who needs cards and flowers when they could be reading a fresh new fairy tale retelling? In celebration of fairy tales old and new, my writer’s group, the Just-Us League, …

Lieutenant Junior Grade’s Log, Entry 14: A Review of 2017

The third Monday of the month is usually reserved for a month map update. However, it’s December, 2017 is nearly over, and I’m suffering a slight amount of burnout from a stressful November. So today’s post is going to be a brief reflection on how 2017 has gone for me. …

Lieutenant Junior Grade’s Log, Entry 12: Excerpt from Within the Ironwood

It’s Monday again already? I’ll admit that I almost forgot about today’s post… It’s been quite the hectic week. Two Thanksgivings, painting a hallway, catching up on NaNoWriMo…you get the drift. Today’s post is brief but enjoyable–a sneak peek at my NaNovel, Within the Ironwood! This excerpt is from a …

Magic Monday: The Beast of Talesend by Kyle Robert Shultz

Welcome back to another Magic Monday book review! Today, I have an awesome fairy tale-inspired story to share. I love the cover, and the blurb is even better: Private eye Nick Beasley lives in a world where fairy tales ended a long time ago – where zeppelins now soar the …

Magic Monday: Snapdragon by Lea Doué

Today’s Magic Monday post features a short story rather than a full-length novel. Why? Because I enjoyed it so much! Here’s Snapdragon‘s blurb: Scarred and isolated, and bound to her beautiful twin sister through a horrible curse, Ryll passes her days in their country manor, resigned to her lonely existence. …

Celebrating National Fairy Tale Day

I recently learned that today is National Fairy Tale Day. These days, it feels like pretty much every day is National Something Day, but there are a few I enjoy celebrating (Pi Day, anyone?) and National Fairy Tale Day just joined that list because I LOVE fairy tales! In celebration …

Release Day: From the Stories of Old!

The anthology’s release date is finally here. You can purchase your copy today! From the Stories of Old: A Collection of Fairy Tale Retellings is now available for Kindle and in paperback. In this international collection, new life is given to fairy tales, both classic and obscure. Mythical creatures put …