Book Review – Farseer Trilogy

I read all three books in the Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb this year. Highly recommend this series for all fantasy lovers. The author builds a vibrant world and populates them with empathetic characters. Apart from Prince Chivalry, who is revered by all, the other characters are flawed, and that makes for a wonderful read.Continue reading “Book Review – Farseer Trilogy”

Guest Blog by Kathleen Marple Kalb

NOT YOUR GRANDMA’S DIVA (Well, depends on your grandma!) Your mental picture of an opera singer probably isn’t a slim woman in breeches fencing a bad guy…and that’s just the first expectation Ella Shane shatters on any given day.             Ella, the main character in my Gilded Age mystery series, is used to being different. SheContinue reading “Guest Blog by Kathleen Marple Kalb”

War of the Three Kings

Magadha is at war, and kings are being hunted. Who is next to fall? Heir to Malla, the first book in the series, is out. If you are new to my series, please start your reading there. Warning: There are spoilers below for Heir to Malla! War of the Three Kings is the second bookContinue reading “War of the Three Kings”

Book Review: Everyday People

Everyday People by Salini Vineeth is a delightful collection of eight short stories that depict life in modern urban India. I grew up reading Tamil magazines, and my favorites were the short stories in them. In a page or two, to create an impactful character and narrate a story that touches your heart is aContinue reading “Book Review: Everyday People”