Book Reviews

A Phoenix First Must Burn edited by Patrice Caldwell A Phoenix First Must Burn by Patrice CaldwellMy rating: 4 of 5 starsAnthologies are always difficult to review, for all that I love reading them. In a really good anthology, there will be stories for everybody, while introducing everyone to new authors and new concepts. In … Continue reading Book Reviews

Geek Girl Tutorials

A catch up post from June How to Customize Your Face Mask I may be coming a bit late to this party. Now that I am back at work, my face mask collection has increased significantly. Unfortunately, none of the masks I've purchased have had wires. I drive a school bus and wear glasses. I … Continue reading Geek Girl Tutorials

Geek Girl Learns

from Amber Royer's Story Like a Journalist Part One Itsy the Dragon likes to plan novels! This is going to be a bit different. I just recently got this book, just in time for pre-Nanowrimo planning. So I'm going to be using October to go through the book to plan my novel for November! So … Continue reading Geek Girl Learns

Book Reviews

a catch up post from June The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place by Julie Berry The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place by Julie BerryMy rating: 4 of 5 starsWhen I first started listening to this book (I had the audiobook, so I missed out on the inside illustrations, apparently), I thought that I wouldn't like … Continue reading Book Reviews

Third Thursday Short

A catch up post from May Itsy's all about the time traveling steampunk! This week the prompt wasn't so much a prompt as an idea. Suppose time travel is real. You think the Parthenon is a busy tourist attraction as a ruin? What about seeing it when the Greeks were using it? The world population … Continue reading Third Thursday Short