Book Review: In Numina by Assaph Mehr

Book Description (Via Goodreads) This is the second story of Togas, daggers, and Magic – for lovers of Ancient Rome, Hardboiled detectives, and Urban Fantasy.A rich landlord finds tenants are abandoning his apartment buildings, spouting tales of horrific events and whispering that the old gods - the numina - came alive and cursed the buildings.Enter … Continue reading Book Review: In Numina by Assaph Mehr

5-Star Book Review: The Man with Two Names by Vincent B. Davis II

Introduction This is a book that's right in my wheelhouse (historical fiction) using real people from the time period to tell the story. It's book one of The Sertorius Scrolls, telling the story from the perspective of Quintus Sertorius and, occasionally, his lifelong friend, Lucius Hirtuleius. Sertorius (It's common to refer to people by their … Continue reading 5-Star Book Review: The Man with Two Names by Vincent B. Davis II

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Photo by Dilyara Garifullina on Unsplash I gotta be honest: I've been struggling again with a few bouts of Imposter Syndrome (which I've previously documented here). In my quest to read while I prepare to write once again, I've been experiencing some really, REALLY good fiction. I'll be reviewing them later on, but suffice it to say they've … Continue reading MORE CAKE!

Book Review – Nav’Aria: The Pyre of Tarsin by K.J. Backer

Introduction You know the usual stereotypes about unicorns, right? Happy, sparkly, wholesome kids stuff right? Three things often synonymous with one another are sunshine, rainbows, and unicorn poop (even that seems to be held with awe and wonder) Well, dear reader, I am about to present to you a different take on unicorns. And centaurs. … Continue reading Book Review – Nav’Aria: The Pyre of Tarsin by K.J. Backer