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Review: Cold Days by Jim Butcher
Cold Days (The Dresden Files #14) by Jim Butcher (2012) : 9780451464408 (Penguin Group) Harry Dresden is back in action, now with a new role to play in the ever-growing supernatural community of Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files. Note: If … Continue reading
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Book Review Extravaganza
I have actually managed to read a metric butt-ton* of books over the past few weeks. So, as a result, I have a ton of stuff to write reviews for. I’m way, way, behind. In an effort to make my … Continue reading
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Review: Ghost Story (Dresden Files #13) by Jim Butcher
Ghost Story (The Dresden Files #13) by Jim Butcher (2011) : 9781101476178 (Penguin Group) First of all, if you have not read any of the Dresden Files books, Ghost Story is not the place to start. Unlike many of the … Continue reading
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ConDFW Report Finale: Miscellaneous
Overall, I really enjoyed this con and want to attend it again next year. The con not only had the great panels I’ve already described but: Lots of gaming Art auction Movie night…with plenty to b-movies to riff on Steampunk … Continue reading
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ConDFW Report Part IV: Whodunit?
This panel was devoted to the merging of the tropes of the mystery genre with sci-fi/fantasy. It was very interesting. The biggest thing I probably got out of it was a list of some interesting authors to try. Names Bill … Continue reading
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