Extremophile is the second in the series called The Unwinding by Juliana Rew. The first one I read, Unwinding is subtitled Gin’s story. I didn’t realise it was a series at the time. A couple of months ago I discovered
The Time Quintet is the general series name for A Wrinkle in Time and its successors by Madeleine L’Engle. Published from 1962 through to the late 1980s, they were considered masterpieces of juvenile time-related fiction. They escaped me entirely. As
Feathers of the Phoenix is a new series from the wonderful Cheryl Carpinello. The Atlantean Horse is book 1, and the story suggests a search for five feathers in all! I already had this on my TBR, but was delighted
The Last Saxon King was a book I got from NetGalley in September. I’m not entirely sure why, except it involves time travel. It took me a while to read it as I stopped for several weeks early on. Not
Alley to the Past came out of today’s #writephoto offering from KL Caley at New2Writing.com. I felt like I’d walked down this alley before. After a couple of days, I worked out where it was in my memory, and set
This is How You Lose the Time War. It sounds so intriguing, and I’d heard great things of it. And of course, I had to add it to my list for the Spacetime reading challenge! This is How You Lose
Shadows from the Past is the amazingly wonderful time-travelling series for middle grade readers from Wendy Leighton-Porter. And much loved by adults like me! Especially if you like cats, or reluctant heros, or any combination of these things. I caught
The Psychology of Time Travel attracted my eye the first time I heard about it. I’m just glad I found a copy of it in the library. It contributes to my SpaceTime Reading Challenge, of course, as well as my
The Shadow of the Witchfinder – book 15 in Wendy Leighton-Porter’s marvellous Shadows from the Past series. 15, you ask? Well, since the last one I reviewed Wendy has inserted Max’s novellas into the sequence. That means I have not
I, Mona Lisa – a netgalley book that I couldn’t resist. The Mona Lisa telling her own story – the painting itself? How would that work? Brilliantly, as it turns out! A great addition to my Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge,
Antique–a great #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2Writing.com, but one that puzzled me. I’ve done a good number of stories with antiques with weird, supernatural or cursed properties. What could I do that was different? This. And it’s just
Two magical series feature in this month’s review catch-up: The Chase Tinker series and the Time Quintet. Actually, I’m not sure I should speak of magic in relation to the Time Quintet, but fabulous beasts are involved, so I will.
Folly is the prompt for today’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2Writing.com. I saw pretty much straight away that this was the view from the other side of the Arch we had as the prompt a few weeks ago.
Arch is the prompt for #writephoto this week. It’s a lovely photo by KL Caley, and gave me several ideas, but only one that persisted. I’m having trouble fitting everything in at present. Editing Zanzibar’s Rings is competing now with
The Kingdoms has a blurb which drew me in, even if some of the reviews might have thrown me out again. Thank you publishers and Netgalley for the chance of an ARC for this book. Although the formatting of the