Archive for May, 2015

Shout out!

Posted: May 19, 2015 in Uncategorized

This blog is just for a shoutout to a personal friend of mine who also happens to be an amazing author! Go on over to THIS LINK HERE to read her original story, The Book Of Freya!

Here is a short description!

‘I am not a witch, I am not a witch, I am not a witch’.
Aisha Al-Kitab has always been devout in her faith. She prays, she fasts, she goes to school. Until one day a tall man shows up in her kitchen and whisks her away to a world she never thought possible, one filled with magic and horror, friendship and enemies. Her faith must be rebuilt, in a world where norse gods walk through her bedroom, where her classes consist of potions and spells, and where nothing is truly impossible. But there is an evil growing, threatening to control the world unless a higher group of heroes rise up.

So please, go on over and show your support for a fewllow writer!

Until next time, guys! Keep reading and writing!

Author Amanda McCormick

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WARNING, SENSITIVE CONTENT AHEAD PERTAINING TO SUICIDE AND DEPRESSION.

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After tackling her first mission and coming to terms with her power of empathy, Andriana discovers her first battles were only a taste of what is to come. She and her knight, Ronan, have admitted their feelings for each other, but their bonds are tested when Dri is captured by their mortal and spiritual enemy—Sethos—and his master, Keallach, emperor of Pacifica. Andriana is certain Keallach can be convinced to follow the Maker’s plan and join the other Remnants … but in time, she must decide whether she really can pull him back to the Way, or if Sethos’s web of darkness has slowly and thoroughly trapped them both … forever.

Remnants: Season of Fire (A Remnants Novel) Hardcover – March 3, 2015

I really was enjoying this novel as I began reading it. The writing was extremely well done, and the storyline, while a bit confusing, was something that I was interested in following. However, readers… this is going to be a shorter review than my usual ones for one simple fact – I did not realize, when agreeing to read this novel, that it was a part two in a series. I enjoy the novel to the extent that I want to read the first installation before I begin anything else. Just know that if you are looking for a SERIES to begin, the author of this novel is a wonderful writer… and you will be seeing a review from me as soon as I actually get my hands on the first novel. Read it though, if you haven’t! It’s quite lovely!