The Captain’s Log – the first half of the Spellbound Series series (Annette Marie) – It’s Wryd & Wonder Month!

Ahoy there me mateys!  The crew knows that I don't read much urban fantasy.  This one caught me eye because of the silly titles.  I binged the first four books of the eight book series: three mages and a margarita dark arts and a daiquiri two witches and a whiskey demon magic and a martini … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the first half of the Spellbound Series series (Annette Marie) – It’s Wryd & Wonder Month!

The Captain’s Log – cursed luck duology (Kelley Armstrong) – A Series Finished!

Ahoy there me mateys!  I love Kelley Armstrong!  I discovered her through her young adult book, sea of shadows, and she became me most read author of 2016.  I have not read all her stuff because not all of it appeals to me.  This sounded interesting but it be urban fantasy which I don't usually … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – cursed luck duology (Kelley Armstrong) – A Series Finished!

The Captain’s Log – mennik thorn series (Patrick Samphire)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I don't read a ton of self-published novels but have been interested in the SPFBO ever since I started blogging.  One of me crew, Matey Lynn is a judge in the contest.  Every year I make a list of those nominees that interest me, based on her reviews, and I am … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – mennik thorn series (Patrick Samphire)

The Captain’s Log – a Muster of Mini-Reviews of the Remaining 2021 Books!

Ahoy there me mateys!  I have read more books this year then there are days left to review them individually.  So today I bring ye a muster of mini-reviews.  What be a muster? Well the Oxford English Dictionary defines it as: assemble (troops) especially for inspection or for battle; collect or assemble (a number or … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – a Muster of Mini-Reviews of the Remaining 2021 Books!

The Captain’s Log – the last graduate (Naomi Novik)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I adored book one which tickled me fancy in all the right ways.  This was more goodness.  El continues to be a favorite character in her snarkiness.  At this point in the story it appears that the school is out to get El specifically in some kinda weird vendetta.  I was … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the last graduate (Naomi Novik)