My Review of V. M. Jaskiernia’s Larkspur, A Necromancer’s Romance (Larkspur Series, vol. I)

  Read June 27 2017 While not my interest nor genre, the author used old speech, and other antique forms of dialogue and references to royalty, perfectly. Her use of death and magic to create a land, a world, a realm, and its neighbors, the inhabitants and the way death and life are used or … More My Review of V. M. Jaskiernia’s Larkspur, A Necromancer’s Romance (Larkspur Series, vol. I)

My Review of Gina Lobiondo’s Button Nose the Sad Little Bear

Read June 20 2017 A heartwarming, reminder of youth. When our toys were our best friends, ignored, played with until losing parts and bits, washed, muddy, they took us to their world, were stuffed in boxes to get dusty and forgotten. Most of us move on from that, (I am not ashamed to say I … More My Review of Gina Lobiondo’s Button Nose the Sad Little Bear