Game Review: Aery – Little Bird Adventures

Aery: Little Bird Adventures Developer: EpiXR Games UG Publisher: EpiXR Games UG Release Date: 16 Oct, 2020 Genre: Exploration Platform: Switch RRP: $14.50 AUS   Aery is a peaceful exploration game from the perspective of a little bird who decided to discover the world. Calm down from the hassle of your daily life, experience the […]

Why I Don’t Use Kindle Unlimited

At first glance, Kindle Unlimited seems like a good deal for those of us book dragons who consume many ebooks a month. For $13 a month or thereabouts, you can access a huge library and read as many books as you want. It’s great as a subscription service because many authors place their books in […]

Are Authors Morally Responsible For Their Characters?

Authors do not have to be morally responsible for the thoughts, decisions, and actions of their characters, and imposing that on authors restricts their ability to tell an engaging story. It’s absolutely fine if you only want to read about innocent, good, pure characters (Pollyanna eat your heart out!), but punishing authors who write characters […]

Night Spinner by Addie Thorley

I will admit that I was a bit apprehensive about this book at first. I thought the blurb sounded really good as a fantasy novel in itself, but then when I saw it was a Hunchback of Notre Dame retelling I hesitated a bit.  It’s not that I don’t like the story: I do, at […]

June Wrap Up

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