Before Aragorn and Arwen crossed the boundary of race in The Lord of the Rings, there was Beren and Luthien, the original human man and Elven woman who fell in love.
I’m not gonna lie, I expected something totally different when I ordered Catherynne M. Valente’s “The Refrigerator Monologues”, but what I got certainly didn’t disappoint.
A bit behind the curve of other indie art forms, indie publishing is starting to make a move, with more and more authors turning to it as traditional publishing becomes more difficult to break into. […]
When you get into a book for the wrestling, and come out learning a lot more about yourself and society as a whole.
Whoa. May has got some seriously cool sci-fi and fantasy books set to release. Magic, Jane Austen, a posthumous release by Michael Crichton and a totally cool graphic novel. I’ve distilled the relatively large list […]
Stephen King did it once again. A book that I, at first, wasn’t sold on, won me over. And then I read two more. Damn you, King. Damn you.