A free eShort for children (of all ages!) from TOR Books. My Take This was cute, and definitely with a twist for this little girl who only wanted a pony for her birthday…and got a tiny demon instead. It’s the realities of childhood with parents requiring proof of responsibility, their “lies” and how easily children seen through them, the meanness of other children, and how one child lords it over others — psychologically and physically. What frustrated me about this story is that Corwin gives us all these tidbits but never does enlighten us. Was Mathilde plotting something with Ix’Thor? Did she know what his true plans were? What about her parents? What I loved was how very normal it seemed. Everyone has pets which have to be fed, which sometimes escape and must be caught. The “pet” store owner and his concerns. The oohs and aahs of the children. The threats and promises of parents who set responsibility before their children and make the proper care of a pet a contingency for getting what one’s heart truly desires. Do read this one, you can’t help but get a kick out of it! The Story What little girl doesn’t want […]
Month: October 2013
If I go to Mass, will I make my massé shot…en masse in this Word Confusion from KD Did It for the self-editing writer.
It’s ghosts of Christmases past in both Walt Longmire’s and Lucian Connally’s lives with a story that takes them back to another Christmas Eve in 1988.
The year 2060 is drawing to a close in New York City and loved ones are coming together for Thanksgiving. But sometimes the deepest hatreds seethe within the closest relationships, and blood flows faster than water…
It’s easier to count the number of sandwiches I ate than to count the amount of beef I put on them in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
When threatened, run or fight, and Reacher fights, aiming to find Turner, clear his name, and keep a step ahead of the army, FBI, D.C. Metro police, and four thugs.
FBI agent Lily Yu is about to confront a power even darker than magic as her mother and others lose their memories, their lives. And Al Drummond returns.
As anti-vampire riots erupt all over town, Merit and her allies rush to figure out who’s behind the attacks, who will be targeted next, and if they can stop the it.
Whether your pail is pale or dark, it should still carry water in this Word Confusion from KD Did It.
When Grandmother Coyote steps into our simple missing persons case, it devolves into a nightmare of corporate greed and slavery endangering the supernaturals.