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    Review – The Pyre Starter

    The Pyre Starter is a book I picked up and put down many times over the course of the month I started it, and I struggled to understand why. It was this journey I wanted to see the end of,…

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    Review – Monster Girl in My Closet

    “Because eating bats hasn’t caused enough problems in 2020, let’s have sex with them!” – Me as I preordered this book, September 2020 I kid, mostly. Jamie Hawke is no stranger to non-human girls as love interests or as part…

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    Review – 21 Days with Momo

    Koji Kojou is a mysterious man. As an author, he strives to write slice-of-life stories that are influenced by Japanese web novels yet manage to be distinctly western, perhaps even Midwestern. They tend to be short, sweet, and show characters…

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    Review – Colony One

    Ever read a sci-fi book so good it makes you feel like it’s going to negatively impact the reviews you give for future books you read, or that you need to go back and lower past reviews you’ve written because…

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    Review – Felicity Fell

    Amazon has an algorithm problem. When one thinks of lesbian erotica, they tend to think of two women sexually involved with each other. Who these stories are targeted may change depending on the author or the author’s skill but at…

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    Review – Mind Games

    LitRPG is riddled with overpowered characters and underpowered weenies with overpowered women carrying him. Marc Whipple’s entrance into the World Apocalypse genre brings a type of character that’s refreshing, given this: a character with a unique power that could be…

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    Review – Soul Bound to a Dragon

    Kurtis Eckstein‘s books have been recommended to me a number of times, usually because of his series “Immortal Supers” (which starts with The Daily Struggles of an Immortal for those interested.) So when I saw he had written a book…