Category Archives: Pamela Belle

The Serene Wombles

Today marks one year since my very first post on this here writing and review site. And what a year it has been! Me with the reviewing, you with the sometimes reading my reviews. Not to mention the occasional paid … Continue reading

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Reviewing Through the Time Machine: The Wolf Within, by Pamela Belle

It’s all been very current around here lately, and although I’m desperately trying to reign in my impulse to post (because twice a week is really enough) I’m also conscious of things I said I wanted to review at the … Continue reading

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Poetry in Fantasy

So, this is a divisive thing. I’ve heard a lot of complaints about random poetical interludes in fantasy writings. The use in fantasy is no surprise, really. Much early fiction we know about was poetical. That’s how you got your … Continue reading

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Reviewing through the Time Machine: The Silver City, by Pamela Belle

You may have heard me tweeting about this one-off and on since the Autumn, when I started rereading it. Here are the vital stats: Title: The Silver City Author: Pamela Belle Series/Standalone: Book one of the Silver City Trilogy Genre: … Continue reading

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