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L. Frank Baum
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One of my favorite retellings of Camelot is The Squire’s Tales series by Gerald Morris. It’s a ten-book series that he recently finished, retelling different Arthurian legends. I admit the quality varies from book to book, but there are truly … Continue reading
This sci fi kick I’ve been on lately has led me back around to Star Wars, which I must admit I haven’t paid much attention to for about ten years–and it had probably been that long since I watched the … Continue reading
What if a magician in the sideshow had real magic? It’s a great premise…and just the smallest part of Mairelon the Magician by Patricia C. Wrede. It’s an excellent book, but it will do you no good to read the … Continue reading
For ages, everyone told me I had to watch Doctor Who. So I finally did–and they were right! I always say my main interest is stories, not exclusively books…so why not a review of a TV show with truly brilliant … Continue reading
I decided to give E. D. Baker another chance. She wrote the highly disappointing Frog Princess–but I was so intrigued by the premise of The Wide-Awake Princess, I decided to try it anyway. The story is about Sleeping Beauty’s younger … Continue reading