Book Review: Ender’s Game

Once again, the Earth is under attack. An alien species is poised for a final assault. The survival of humanity depends on a military genius who can defeat the aliens. But who? Ender Wiggin. Brilliant. Ruthless. Cunning. A tactical and strategic master. And a child. ~ Amazon Ender’s Game was…

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Momentum -update

Momentum. I have none of that right now. I seem to have completely stopped doing the things I love most–reading, writing, reading, and writing. It makes me sad. Lots has been going on lately, but I am going to try and start doing things again anyway. Take that, life. Anyway,…

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Book Review: Ashes, Ashes

A young girl who is mysteriously immune to the plague that wiped out her family (and ninety-nine percent of the human population) tries to survive on her own, but must come to realize that she is most assuredly not alone; that someone wants her badly enough to send a pack…

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Book Review: Noble Imposter

Noble Imposter, the second installment in The Cantral Chronicles by Amanda Davis (click for her website) is at least as good as its predecessor, Precisely Terminated. And it might be even better. (if you haven’t read Precisely Terminated go do so now–or watch out for minor spoilers since this is…

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New Projects!

So, it’s been over a week since I posted last. Despite my apparent absence, I have not been idle! *crowd cheers* *face-plants back into reality* *stomps on the crickets* Ahem. Anyway, yes. Though I’ve not been blogging for the past week, I have been doing other things, including but not limited…

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