Ebook Giveaway & Interview: Arthur Slade, author of The Hunchback Assignments

Everyone, please give a warm welcome to author Arthur Slade. I've enjoyed Slade's works - check out my reviews of Dust and Ember's End. We chat about book villains, which fictional characters to invite over for tea, tough jobs, and plenty more! Also, don't miss the international¬†GIVEAWAY at the end of this post - ebook … Continue reading Ebook Giveaway & Interview: Arthur Slade, author of The Hunchback Assignments

The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien

Why I Read It: Participated in a great Read-Along over at Snobbery. Where I Got It: Own it. Who I Recommend This To: Fantasy buffs, classic lovers, folks with hairy feet fetishes. Publisher:¬† Houghton Mifflin Company (1997) Length: 256 pages Part of me feels like this timeless classic hardly needs a review. But I am … Continue reading The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien

The Hobbit Read Along Part III

The finale to The Hobbit has arrived (this last section covers chpts. 13-19). While I had remembered the basics, I was still surprised how much this last section pulled at my emotions. Perhaps I am getting to be a little more human with age. Once again, Snobbery has a great post up with a summary … Continue reading The Hobbit Read Along Part III

The Hobbit Read Along Part II

So much, and incredible amount, of stuff happened in chapters 6-12. It's been well over a decade.. uh.. maybe 2 decades since I read this and I can't believe some of the things I forgot about. Snobbery once again is our wonderful host and she has a great synopsis with snarky commentary over at her … Continue reading The Hobbit Read Along Part II