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An Interview With James J. Butcher

James J. Butcher, son of famous New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher has entered the urban fantasy world with his exciting new novel Dead Man’s Hand.  Dead Man’s Hand is the story of...

An Interview with Karen Heuler

Karen Heuler’s latest novel, The Splendid City, is something truly special. It tells the story of a young witch, Eleanor and her cat, Stan, who is in reality an annoying man… whom she dealt with...

REVIEW: The Splendid City by Karen Heuler

Just after finishing Karen Heuler’s The Splendid City, I emailed the publicist saying that this is a very special book and we need more like this. So you could say I enjoyed this. Set...

heroic hearts

REVIEW: Heroic Hearts by Jim Butcher and Kerrie Hughes

Picking up Jim Butcher and Kerrie Hughes’s new story collection Heroic Hearts, you learn that heroism comes in many forms, whether flying, furry or four-legged. Harry Dresden may be a battle-hardened Chicogoan wizard, but...

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An Interview With Ben Aaronovitch

Years ago, on my quest to read the world of urban fantasy, I came across Bestselling urban fantasy author Ben Aaronovitch’s Rivers of London novels and was immediately hooked.  Ben kindly sat down with...

the best thing you can steal

REVIEW: The Best Thing You Can Steal by Simon R. Green

The Best Thing You Can Steal, by Simon R. Green, is the start of a new series starring a group of thieves and scoundrels set in an urban fantasy world where magic is real....

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REVIEW: Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig

While Miriam Black’s devil-may-care attitude coupled with the wit and ultimate self-destruction would generally appeal to me as a reader, Blackbirds, Chuck Wendig’s uber-popular urban fantasy series, left me flat. Chuck Wendig is a...

REVIEW – Crowbones by Anne Bishop

Crowbones by Anne Bishop is another excellent addition to The Others series. I have read my fair share of urban fantasy, romantic, tragic, or otherwise. As a reader and reviewer, it has become a...

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An Interview with David Slayton

Last year on a book tour, I first came across David’s book, White Trash Warlock, and I was immediately struck by the honesty that Slayton wrote the lead protagonist, Adam Binder. I immediately knew that...

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REVIEW: Dead Things by Stephen Blackmoore

In Dead Things by Stephen Blackmoore, the lead protagonist Eric is truly a dark son-of-a-bitch.  If Dead Things is anything to go on, I would have to guess the whole series has a noir urban fantasy vibe reminiscent...

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