Book Blog Tour – Book Review: We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen

The Lily Cafe is thrilled for the opportunity to participate in the book blog tour for We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen! Thank you to Mara Lawery and Justine Sha at MIRA for both the opportunity and a review e-copy. Title: We Could Be Heroes Author: Mike Chen Publisher: MIRA Publication date: January 26, 2021 Genre: Superhero Fiction, Fantasy … Continue reading Book Blog Tour – Book Review: We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen

Book Review: Rats in a Maze by Peter Bailey

Title: Rats in a Maze Author: Peter Bailey Publisher: Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC Publication date: September 20, 2020 Genre: Mystery, Fantasy One Sentence Summary: Detective Ray Fisher thinks the car accident that killed two criminals is an open and shut case, until his memory seems to be leading him astray...straight into a massive government conspiracy. The Plot: Playing with Memories Two … Continue reading Book Review: Rats in a Maze by Peter Bailey

Book Review: Last Memoria by Rachel Emma Shaw

Title: Last Memoria Author: Rachel Emma Shaw Publisher: Self-published Publication date: May 10, 2020 Genre: Fantasy Summary: Sarilla has the power to take memories, and is branded a monster because of it even though she is the king's caged pet. Falon wants nothing more than to reclaim the 6 months worth of memories that were stolen from him. When fate throws … Continue reading Book Review: Last Memoria by Rachel Emma Shaw

Finding Magic in Motherhood, Part 2: Remembering the Low Tech Childhood

My childhood couldn't be more different than the one I'm giving my kids. It's a combination of a different time and the people involved in raising the kids. On one hand, I'm sad I'm not giving my kids the same childhood I had, but, on the other, I'm oddly relieved. I wonder if my mom … Continue reading Finding Magic in Motherhood, Part 2: Remembering the Low Tech Childhood

The Thing About Dragons

I love dragons. I think they're my favorite mythical creature. There was a point in time where I would not read a book if it didn't have a dragon. When I think of dragons, I think of majestic, noble creatures. They're wise and maybe a bit frosty. But their elegance when they take to the … Continue reading The Thing About Dragons

Memories by Catherine Burkett

Title: Memories Author: Catherine Burkett Publisher: Self-published Publication date: December 10, 2015 Genre: Fantasy Summary: Vincent can heal people - physically and mentally. But for a price. For every healing he does, he must give up a memory of equal size. And then go on the run again. Armed with a black book and precious … Continue reading Memories by Catherine Burkett