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Review: Grilled Cheese and Goblins: Adventures of a Supernatural Food Inspector

Author: Nicole Kimberling

Publisher: Blind Eye Books

Rating: 5 stars

Buy Links: Amazon

Type: Anthology

Received from Publisher

 

Blurb:  Vampire Hunter. Leprechaun Fighter. Food Inspector. Keith Curry has his work cut out for him. NATO’s Irregulars Affairs Division is a secret organization operating in thousands of cities around the globe. Its agents police relations between the earthly realm and those beyond this world, protecting citizens from both mundane and otherworldly dangers. Former chef turned NIAD food inspector, Special Agent Keith Curry found out about magic the hard way and is now determined to keep dinner safe for everybody. Includes the novellas Cherries Worth Getting, Magically Delicious and the never-before-published Bring Out Your Best plus bonus shorts and more! Continue reading Review: Grilled Cheese and Goblins: Adventures of a Supernatural Food Inspector

Devil Take Me Blog Tour: Dead Man’s Handle by TA Moore

First of all, thank you so much for having me! I’m thrilled to be here and to introduce my novella from the Devil Take Me anthology. The minute that Rhys Ford and CS Poe told me about the anthology–which a whole nother story, by the way–I was firm ‘my story is about the sidhe!’. I mean, I’m Irish. It’s a no-brainer right? Instead I went somewhere entirely different, because I’m me and I always do.

So this exclusive prequel ficlet is your welcome to the grimy little world of ‘Collared’.  Mind the step! (Or follow the link to read the rest of the post on my blog!) Continue reading Devil Take Me Blog Tour: Dead Man’s Handle by TA Moore

Once Upon a Time in the Weird West

Author: Various

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Rating: 4.5 stars

Buy Links: DSP & Amazon

Type: Anthology

Received from Publisher

 

Blurb:  This isn’t the same old Wild West. The usual suspects are all present: cowboys, outlaws, and sheriffs. There’s plenty of dust, tumbleweeds, horses, and cattle on the range, but there are also magical gems, automatons, elementals, airships… even dinosaurs and genetically modified insects. Roaming among the buffalo and coyotes, you’ll encounter skinwalkers, mad engineers, mythical beings cloaked in darkness, and lovers who stay true to their oaths… even beyond the grave. On this frontier are those at the mercy of their own elaborate devices as well as men whose control of time and space provides a present-day vision of the West. There might even be a dragon hidden amongst the ghost towns and wagon trains.

If you like your Westerns with a splash of magic, a touch of steampunk, and plenty of passionate romance between men, these genre-bending tales will exceed expectations.

Hold on to your hats, cowboys and cowgirls. The West is about to get weird, and you’re in for a hell of a ride.

See excerpt for individual blurbs.

Group review by Faye, Dianne, and Whit Continue reading Once Upon a Time in the Weird West