Poetry: The Misunderstood Merman

A couple months ago, I had mermen on the brain, so I ended up writing a poem about one! It was partly inspired by something I came across on the internet in which someone suggested maybe mermaids didn't mean to drown people (it turns out there is in fact a poem written by Yeats about this very thing). It was also partly inspired by numerous pieces of merman art I saw in which the mermen looked...
 

Book Review: Drown by Esther Dalseno

The little mermaid never felt like she fit in with her beauty-obsessed, emotionless, underwater world, so, when she finally gets to go to the surface and falls in love with a beautiful, depressed prince, she eventually decides to trade her voice for legs and start a new life at the palace. But, while she discovers the joys and pains of love, relationships, and humanity above ground, a mysterious...
 

Book Review: The Sea Witch (The Era of Villains Book 1) by S.J. Valfroy

Serena is madly in love, but, unfortunately, she's only a maid at the castle and Triton is the prince who doesn't even know she exists. Serena has always shunned her sea witch powers, growing up witness to the manipulative, terrible ways her mother uses her own, but, when the cruel words of Queen Amphitrite push her over the edge, Serena just might be ready to use them, unaware that it just might...
 

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Paranormal Creatures I Like to Read About

I love urban fantasy and paranormal romance, so I absolutely couldn't resist my chance to talk about my favorite genres. And one of the things I love most is seeing the different way paranormal creatures are portrayed by different authors. I usually prefer the "good" kinds, the ones who are the protagonist or the love interest or the best friend and are technically monsters but still have a good...