What’s The SHORT Story Morning Glory: A Thousand Flowers by Margo Lanagan

For now, I am going to stick with the title What’s The SHORT Story Morning Glory as I like it even though it is kind of long. This weekend’s short story, as per the last few weeks, comes from the anthology Zombies Vs. Unicorns. A Thousand Flowers by Margo Lanagan seems to be universally unloved […]

What’s The SHORT Story, Morning Glory?: On Bougainvillea by Carrie Ryan

As you can certainly see, I am still experimenting with a name for this feature. I’m quite excited to write about this week’s short story. Continuing with the short stories from Zombies Vs. Unicorns, I read Bougainvillea by Carrie Ryan. Holy hell, it was awesome. Okay, so I’ve read reviews of Zombies Vs. Unicorns where […]

Review of Fallout by Ellen Hopkins

Every day people make bad decisions. Every day people have to deal with the repercussions of someone else’s bad choice. So, even if your parents aren’t drug addicts, it can be easy to relate to Fallout by Ellen Hopkins, because chances are at least once in your life someone has made a decision which affected you, […]

Scary Short Story Sunday: The Highest Justice by Garth Nix

  I am sure you have all heard of the (R)eaders (I)mbibing (P)eril challenge hosted by Carl at Stainless Steel Droppings? I have decided to participate in all facets of the challenge this year. Expect a declaration of my participation in the Good Books & Good Wine Update. I have decided to declare Sundays from […]

Review of Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Hear that? That is the sound of time you could be spending reading Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. I will admit, I had low expectations for Clockwork Angel. I had previously read City of Bones, which I enjoyed but was not blown away or anything. I haven’t yet continued […]