The Captain’s Log – lent (Jo Walton)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I have always wanted to read this author's work and this was the first.  I wasn't sure what I was expecting with this novel (and was surprised!) but I am certainly glad to have read it. This novel follows Girolamo Savanarola who was a priest in 15th century Florence.  The fantasy … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – lent (Jo Walton)

The Captain’s Log – brother red (Adrian Selby)

Ahoy there me mateys!  This author has written three novels in the world of Sarun that can be read independently from each other.  The other book I read was the winter road which was awesome.  This one was pretty darn good too. The highlight continued to be the use of plants as a major resource.  … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – brother red (Adrian Selby)

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 – a Muster of Mini-Reviews of YA 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 YA Books