Review: Tangleweed and Brine

What if there were no happy endings? What if Rapunzel’s mother carried her to fill a cavernous void left by her need for fulfillment? What if the owner of the gingerbread house longed for something more in life, and built a house so she could help fill the hearts of those who felt as she did? What if the kiss that would bring the frog prince back to his human form meant a death sentence to the kisser? What if sister Fair tried to keep Trembling hidden to protect her, and not out of jealousy?

What if? What if?


L.A. Weatherly’s Broken Sky: Lady Pilots and Other Great Things

Sometimes I love the circumstances in which a book happens to land in your hands. In this case, the impending L.A. Weatherly event prompted me to sit down with Broken Sky. Initially, I intended to read it for the sole purpose of knowing was Lee would be talking about. I hadn’t heard much about Broken Sky at all and I had not read Lee’s Angel series either, but as soon as I’d read the prologue I was sold. Broken Sky is the story of Peacefighter pilot Amity Vancour, set in futuristic 1940s…