Happy 7th Birthday to The Speed of Write

How can seven years have gone by since I started this blog? It certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been that long. It feels like it was just yesterday. Okay, not yesterday, but certainly not seven years! It’s hard to believe that this year alone I’ve read 161 books. How did I find the time? Anyway, it’s […]

Review of Crimson by Warren Fahy

In the vein of a classic sword and sorcery high seas adventure, Crimsonbrings us the story of Prince Trevin, traveling home upon the death of his father to take his place as ruler and protector of Halla, the mortal world. He immediately meets the woman who will be his Queen, Neuvia who works in his […]

Review of The Dark Hand of Magic by Barbara Hambly

Sun Wolf and Starhawk are reunited with their old mercenary troop in the last book of the series, The Dark Hand of Magic.Then men come to Sun Wolf for help when it seems a curse has been put on them. The siege they’re currently running has been going badly. Preventable accidents keep happening, food is […]

Review of Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong

Kelley Armstrong starts a new fantasy series with Sea of Shadows.Sixteen year old twin sisters Moria and Ashyn are the new Keeper and Seeker of Edgewood, a town that sits on the edge of the Forest of the Dead, where exiles are sent to die. Ashyn’s job is to find the souls of the dead […]

Review of The Ladies of Mandrigyn

I don’t very often reread books that I read previously, but when I came across the Sun Wolf and Starhawk series on Amazon for Kindle, I found myself wanting to read it again. It had been so long, that I didn’t remember everything. So in some ways, reading The Ladies of Madrigynagain was like reading a […]