I got a copy of The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook for my birthday a few months back (should an FTC disclaimer be required, consider this it), and it’s taken me a while to get around to writing this review. I had to put some thought into this one. Something about the book bothered me, and it’s taken me a long time to dig around inside that vague discomfort and shape my thoughts into something I could articulate.
I wouldn’t say the book was bad, I enjoyed parts of The Iron Duke quite a bit. Some elements are awkwardly pieced together. The discrepancy almost made it seem like 2 different stories were stitched together. Continue reading →
Tiger Eye Part 1: Curse of the Riddle Box, based on the novel by Marjorie M. Liu, is aimed squarely at casual gamers. No cutting edge graphics, simple (but fun) game play, fairly short game time, but it can be bought for under $15.
Paranormal romance has gained a solid foothold in the world of books and TV. I know a few people who are fans of the stuff and chances are you know someone like that yourself. That’s why I decided to share with you a few tidbits from a press release I received.
New gaming company, PassionFruit Games, launches with first of its kind romance casual game based on bestselling author Marjorie M. Liu’s Tiger Eye novel.”