Other Reviewers: Goodreads About 5 years ago I found the webpage Archive of Our Own and found the world of fanfiction. There are those fan fictions that really feel more like porn with plot, and there are others that take the original world and build an even more varied and elaborate world. One such … Continue reading Review: Too Invisible by DebsTheSlytherinSnapeFan
Other Reviewers: Goodreads Fan-Fiction. It has become something that I read 75% of the time now. I keep going back to my Goodreads list of to-reads and no of my published books look interesting enough to spend money on. Maybe I am getting burned out. So, I have been checking out Archive of Our Own, checking … Continue reading Review: A Desperate Arrangement — by mikkimouse
Other Reviewers: Goodreads This week is another fan-fiction review: Paws of Fury by Veritas03 I am a big fan of Fan-Fiction, and now in TV series like TeenWolf, I am frustrated with their inconsistent plot lines. In Fan fiction, we get the freedom to not follow these lines, but create a whole new world or … Continue reading Review: Paws of Fury — by Veritas03
Other Reviewers: Goodreads I am tired and burned out. For the last 7 months I have been working my ass off at a new job, trying to fix my new house up, and weave into a new community and friends. My entire life has changed, including what I do to relax and unwind. After a … Continue reading Review: Life Renovations — by Windseeker2305
Other Reviewers: Goodreads Lately I have been trying to save money for our new house by not buying so many books. That combined with my new job and new friends means less time available to read. Next week, I will be reviewing Rhys Ford's Clockwork Tangerine. But I just could not put this book down … Continue reading Review: Rats’ Alley — by Auburn
When I am feeling stressed or depressed, I go to my comfort books. And this week, despite the fact that I have three Advance Reader Copies to read and complete reports, I just wanted to read about Sterek. I have written about Fan Fiction before, and certainly about my love for Sterek classics like DILF. … Continue reading Review: Enemy Lines — by qhuinn (Tekla)
This week's post is more of an editorial, mostly because I just moved to another state and last week was my first week at the new job. Which, on a personal note, was one of the hardest weeks I've ever had at a job! So, not a lot of time for reading, but I do … Continue reading Topic: So… Why Write Book Reviews?
This week's blog post is a topic, rather than a single book review. I suppose the most important thing about this blog to me is that I enjoy writing and producing work. So occasionally, if I am not inspired, either by book or topic, I don't post. Luckily, that lack of inspiration is rare. But … Continue reading Topic: Is it Possible to write a good book as Fanfiction?
Other Reviewers: Goodreads This week's post is an unusual post: a book that is free and considered fan fiction. The book is DILF by twentysomething. Don't let the title mislead you (it stands for Dads I'd like to F#$%), this is actually quite a heartwarming story. As of today, this book is available for free. … Continue reading Review: DILF — by Twentysomething