Author Chat + Giveaway: Interview with Richard A. Knaak about the Black City Saint Series

Guess what, everyone: It's release week for Black City Dragon by Richard A. Knaak! And to celebrate the book release, I have for you all an interview with the author! If you're not already a fan of this series, I definitely recommend that you check it out. A 1600-year-old Catholic saint, sharing his body with the dragon he slayed, guarding the gate to Feirie, fighting off the creatures that...
 

Book Review: Black City Dragon (Black City Saint Book 3) by Richard A. Knaak

It's still Prohibition Era in Chicago, and Nick continues to guard the gate to Feirie, but when one of his oldest enemies shows back up in his life, he has bigger problems than rogue fae. Both and Claryce are more tangled up in Galerius's plans and history than either of them realized, and they'll need all of their allies if they want any chance of beating this...
 

Update: Life and Books (11/4/18)

Another month gone by! Did everyone have a good Halloween? I dressed up as a person sitting at home reading and blogging. Because I was a person sitting at home reading and blogging :-P Unfortunately my dental situation is still a mess. No dentist/specialist seems to know anything, I might need implants now (if I'm even a candidate for that), and I can't even find a doctor in my area who a)...
 

Bookish News: November/December 2018 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Releases to Get Excited About

My gosh, did I say I was excited for the releases coming out the last two months? Well, I was. But the next two months---THE NEXT TWO MONTHS. These are some great books, my friends. I already know it. (And this isn't even all of them since the post got long and some aren't on Goodreads yet.) Anyway, we've got demons, elves, shifters, dragons, fae, mages, orcs, and even a human or two. Many of...
 

Bookish Musings: Can You Guess Which Supernatural Creature Said These Quotes? (A Quiz!)

To celebrate Wyrd and Wonder 2018 (a bookish/blogging fantasy event taking place during the month of May), I thought it'd be fun to make a quiz! And it's no secret that I love supernatural creatures, so what better topic? Some of these quotes are probably pretty obvious, some are more vague, some might be tricks ;-) It's hard to find quotes for something like this, and I wasn't going to sit...
 

Book Review: Black City Demon (Black City Saint Book 2) by Richard A. Knaak

Nick is trying to go back to business as usual with his duty as the Gate to Feirie's guardian, but then peculiar murders start happening, gangsters with magic start targeting Nick, and Nick discovers information about one of Claryce's past incarnations he never knew. Something sinister is once again threatening both the Feirie and human worlds, and Nick and his crew must stop it, but first he...
 

The Weekly Update: 10/15/17

I had so much stuff to tell you all last week, and this week I have pretty much nothing. I'm perfectly ok with that though because it means at least nothing bad happened! But oh, I did randomly get hooked on cooking shows? I've never liked them before, but I swear I spent one whole day just marathoning an entire season of some Halloween bake-off show, and I'm also really loving this one that's...
 

The Weekly Update: 9/3/17

Whew! It has been over a month since I have done a Weekly Update, and I have so much stuff to share all in one post now that it's a little overwhelming. I'm still not sure I'll be doing these every week though. I might switch to every other week or monthly. I'll figure something out eventually....
 

Book Review: Black City Saint (Black City Saint Book 1) by Richard A. Knaak

Ever since slaying the Dragon, Saint George, now known as Nick Medea, has been tasked with the duty of protecting the Gate to Feirie, along with the Dragon that now shares his body. Nick thought they handled the worst of their problems 50 years ago when they burned Oberon in the Great Fire to stop him from combining the mortal and Feirie worlds, but when strange things start happening, Nick...