My Plain Jane – Review

"If there was something strange in your neighborhood, you could, um, write the Society a letter, and they would promptly send an agent to take care of it." The Lady Janies are back, this time rewriting a bit of Englands history regarding the classic novel, Jane Eyre. This time, Charlotte, (yes, Bronte), is friends with [...]

July Wrap-Up

Alright 2018, you need to seriously slow THE F DOWN!!! I know I say this every month, but I really think this time I misplaced a month or three. They were just there... *sigh* Anyhoo, I suppose I should just proceed with my wrap-up and leave my disbelief over the monumental levels of procrastination that [...]

But Not Forever – Review

"The six of us stood before the mansion, dazed by what we had stumbled on, out of breath after chasing each other around the dark, tangled forest." Sonnet McKay, home on vacation from life abroad, finds herself in the woods with her family and friends. After an afternoon of exploring, they stumble on an abandoned [...]

When The Beat Drops – Review

"This beat is everywhere, percussion lines woven together in colorful tonal textile before unraveling just enough to keep the crowd on their toes, hints of distorted cello and bright, pure vibra-phone darting in and out of the beats like playful fireflies." Mira has always heard the music in the world. Where the world hears noise, [...]

Who Are You, Trudy Herman – Review

"Yet, if we trace back far enough, aren't we all related -- all deserving of equal justice?" Trudy Herman was a normal American girl when the War hit. Her parents came from Germany, but she was born and raised in America. She couldn't imagine her home turning against her. But, in 1943, Trudy and her [...]