Bookworm Blues Reviews Pretty Little Dead Girls!

Many of you might be familiar with Sarah Chorn. She’s an influential book reviewer, and also has a wonderful column at SF Signal called Special Needs in Strange Worlds. SNiSW is really worth your time to read. Not only does it discuss diversity in genre literature, but it focuses specifically on special needs. As far as I know, there isn’t … Read More

T.O. Munro’s Review of Pretty Little Dead Girls

This beautiful review of PLDG nearly stopped my heart. Author T.O. Munro took the time to write a beautiful review that was exquisitely worded. I couldn’t be more pleased. Pretty Little Dead Girls has been out for five days and has received 18 five-star reviews and 1 four-star on Amazon. This makes me so happy and means so much! It … Read More

Hey. Hi. Reddit and a Four Star Review. Yay!

I’m not super familiar with Reddit, but thank goodness Ragnarok Publishing is! Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love is currently (barely) in first place for the Reddit Best Fantasy of 2013 awards. If you have an account and would like to upvote me, I would absolutely love it! You can do so here. Also, Mogsy from … Read More

An Awesome Review for Apocalyptic Montessa! And Blue Star Pajamas!

The very cool Darkeva from Hellnotes has delivered a fantastic review on Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love.  I was grinning from ear to ear. Be forewarned, though, that there are quite a few spoilers. If that doesn’t bother you, then read on, by all means!  This review really made my day. Speaking of days, today … Read More

Hooray! A Wonderful Review of BS!

I will never again write a book with “BS” as initials. Let me just be clear on that. TT Zuma wrote a wonderful review for Beautiful Sorrows over at Horror World. He said: “Mercedes M. Yardley might just be one of the finest and most imaginative storytellers since Neil Gaiman, she is that good.” What an honor! It really made … Read More

Troll or Derby: A Book Review

It’s easy to weary of the traditional fae in literature.  They’re gorgeous, ephemeral little things with delicate wings.  While such ethereality can be charming in small doses, I would prefer fae with more bite.  A little more teeth.  And a lot more rock and roll. Then Red Tash’s Troll or Derby came blowing through the doors and my prayers were … Read More

Review: Aleera: Tainted Blood

I just finished Joseph Mead’s debut novel Aleera: Tainted Blood.  Aleera, the daughter of a demonic warlord and a succubus, is being tormented by a serial killer who leaves behind charred bodies.  While trying to track down the killer, she is constantly battling her own dark urges.  Will she be able to control the demon inside her when her life is at stake? … Read More

Review: R.B. Wood’s THE PRODIGAL’S FOOLE

I’m delighted to be a participant in R.B. Wood’s The Magical Mystery Blog Tour.   His debut novel, The Prodigal’s Foole, is really a delightful read.  Why, you ask?  It’s full of all of the shiny goodies that I love in a book.  A likeable hero. Twists and turns.  Romance gone awry.  Throw in a battle between the demonic and priests in Kevlar, … Read More