Monthly Archives: September 2017

[Book Review] Ride The Storm (Cassandra Palmer #8)

Title: Ride the Storm (Cassandra Palmer #8) Author: Karen Chance Rating: Your Cup of Tea Maybe? Genre/Category: Urban Fantasy, Vampires, Witches, Time Travel, Psychics Release Date: August 1, 2017 Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group Note: I received a free copy of this novel from the publisher … Continue reading

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[Small Stitch Reviews] Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone (Five Chapter Preview)

The first five chapters of Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone are the most stressful things that I’ve ever read. And believe me, they’re so worth it. When I first heard of Adeyemi’s success and talent (the bidding war and … Continue reading

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Luke Cage – Looks Like A Cinnamon Roll…

Note: This piece largely revolves around sexual racism and the sexual objectification of Black male bodies. There are references to sexual assault, descriptions of objectified Black bodies, and a link to an article on the “Brute Caricature” that includes images … Continue reading

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[Stitch Elsewhere] “Rupert Wong and the Ends of the Earth” Review @ Strange Horizons

To the gods and ghouls that he cooks for, Rupert Wong is little more than a mouthy piece of meat. At best, the titular character of Cassandra Khaw’s gloriously gory series hardly registers as anything more than an annoyance. At … Continue reading

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Rayne: A Racist Rando on my Lucifer Review

Imagine being so incensed by some random person on the internet’s almost two-year-old review of a pilot episode of a show that’s now starting season two that you write them not one but TWO separate comments explaining in detail how … Continue reading

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Finn – Looks Like A Cinnamon Roll…

In “Cinnamon Rolls, Sinnamon Rolls, and Capable Killers: How to Categorize Your Fav” the author gives the following description for the “True Cinnamon Roll” (which falls under the “Looks like a Cinnamon Roll, Is Actually a Cinnamon Roll” part of the … Continue reading

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