Love YA Sci-Fi? As part of the 2016 Brain to Books Cyber Convention, I’ve teamed up with six fantastic sci-fi authors–N.K. Traver, Janine A. Southard, Jenny Martin, Susan Adrian, Shallee McArthur & Fonda Lee–to offer you the chance to win some awesome books! The giveaway starts 12 am on 8 April and ends 11:59 pm on … Continue reading Win 7 YA Sci-fi books!
You are cordially invited to the annual Brains to Books Cyber Convention! Instructions: Book lovers | Authors If you’re a book lover, join us at the Fairgrounds, on Goodreads, for your chance to find new favourite books, contests and freebies! Plus, I’ll be giving away a signed paperback copy of Hero plus some cool swag! To … Continue reading 2016 Brains to Books Cyber Convention
Star Trek: Axanar (trailer) This trailer is totally awesome and I am sooooo watching the film when it’s released. Also, don’t miss out on the Prelude to Axanar short, also on YouTube. Star Trek: Axanar is coming out some time next year (2016). Star Trek: Horizon (opening scene) Star Trek: Horizon is a full length … Continue reading 3 Star Trek films you never knew existed (probably)
Hero’s at OzComicCon this weekend and I’ve been awed by all the awesome cosplayers! Here’s a great photo of Kynan Waterford and his partner, dressed as mercenaries from his books Jupiter and Pluto. Check out my Facebook page for more photos as I take them!
I love it. Will someone make a movie of this already?
Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review 3.5/5 stars I love The Ugly Princess for its message and for having a truly ugly heroine. It’s message, that beauty is only skin deep, came through strong, right from the first page. I especially loved how happy the heroine, Olive, was to be ugly in … Continue reading The Ugly Princess by Henderson Smith
Dragons can fly because they’re magic… But what if you want to create a fantastical creature that’s a bit more plausible? Find out how on Fantasy Faction.
So, Ceylon Pekoe and Rose Petals take 2. This time I tried 1 tsp of ceylon pekoe with 1/2 tsp of rose petals, brewed for 4 minutes and served with milk.
The verdict: Glorious and yet frustrating. Glorious because black tea with milk is always so, and frustrating because that half teaspoon of rose petals just leaves my tastebuds wanting more.