Meet your new centuries-old boyfriend

I'm not well-read in the romance genre, so I wouldn't say that I am familiar with romance tropes and common themes. However, I've been devouring fantastical fiction like it's my job (btw, I would be happy to make this my job! Hire me to write book reviews!) and I keep bumping into this one character… Continue reading Meet your new centuries-old boyfriend


Review: The Frame-Up

The Frame-Up by Meghan Scott Molin In Molin's debut novel, violet-haired MG Martin struggles to reconcile her creative dreams with the vexing realities of her dream job: writing action-packed superhero serials like The Hooded Falcon comics she idolized as a teen. When clues straight from the classic series start showing up in real-life crime scenes,… Continue reading Review: The Frame-Up

Reading Roundup: November 2018

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. First, a story. At the beginning of the month I went on a hike with a dear friend. We ambled and looked at trees and ate pretzels and decided unanimously that one glorious trek up a low autumnal hill was enough for one day, and so we… Continue reading Reading Roundup: November 2018