Hello, Bloglandia!

Well, look who woke up to a nice little Boxing Day gift! And no, we don’t do Boxing Day in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean I won’t accept Boxing Day gifts. 

Many thanks to Jonny Pongratz for another cluster of stars to tuck into my writing belt. 

By the way…I blazed my way through Jonny’s own paranormal horror novella, Reaper, yesterday, and all I can say, is you would be wise to grab yourself a copy. It’s only 99c…but that’s for a limited time, so don’t dilly dally if you have a little Christmas loot to spend.

Anyway, onto the review for the first installment of my historical fantasy series, Domna, Part One: The Sun God’s Daughter (which is FREE on most retailers…just in case you’re already out of Christmas loot 🙂 )


Hello Bookworms! I hope you had a very merry Christmas and are amping up for the new year. I know I am! It can’t be worse than 2020, right? Today I’m stopping by with another book review.

This has been on my TBR for a while, and it’s time to finally put my money where my mouth is. I’ve read plenty of Painter’s short stories, but reading some of her longer works has been something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time. I have not read anything set in her world of Osteria, so this is my first experience. Alright, here we go!

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Book Review: Domna, Part One: The Sun God’s Daughter — Jaunts & Haunts

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