#Reviews: #TuesdayBookBlog Dead of Winter: Journey 13, The Harbor by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

By Olga Miret Hi, all: I bring you the last but one Journey of Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene’s Dead of Winter. And the author has shared that she has finished the last journey, so I will bring you that one pretty soon, I am sure, as I can’t wait to know what happens! Dead of Winter:… Leer más #Reviews: #TuesdayBookBlog Dead of Winter: Journey 13, The Harbor by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

#TuesdayBookBlog SUGAR AND SNAILS by Anne Goodwin (@Annecdotist) (@InspiredQuill)By Olga Nuñez Miret

Hi all: Today I am taking part in the online blog tour for a novel by an author who has recently become a new favourite of mine. Anne Goodwin. Although I read her most recent novel, not long ago, she is now touring with her first, and you shouldn’t miss it either. Oh, and don’t… Leer más #TuesdayBookBlog SUGAR AND SNAILS by Anne Goodwin (@Annecdotist) (@InspiredQuill)By Olga Nuñez Miret

##bookreview: DEAD OF WINTER: by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene (@teagangeneviene)

By Olga Núñez Miret Hi all: I’m not going to try to introduce the reviews of the two next journeys in the popular series Dead of Winter. Those who read my blog regularly know I’ve been following it for a year now, so, without further ado… About the author: Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene lives in a… Leer más ##bookreview: DEAD OF WINTER: by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene (@teagangeneviene)

Man Who Laughs, by Victor Hugo, Review

By Tamara Yancovsky (https://monikajeneva.wordpress.com/author/monikajeneva/) The Man Who Laughs, by Victor Hugo, is a love, horror, and suspense masterpiece rolled into one phenomenal story of a fellow whose face is warped by sadistic methods into a perpetual smile from infancy. This unusual novel cultivates an unexpected finality that dropped my jaw to my ankles. I read… Leer más Man Who Laughs, by Victor Hugo, Review

Marga Clark presents her new book Atisbos in Madrid

Marga Clark’s tenth collection of poems, Atisbos, in manner of a dialogue with the unsayable, revisits her themes of the brevity of time, disintegration and oblivion. The poems ignite our own darknesses, weave uncertain destinies, transform the imaginary into real, always leaning into the invisible. One of her poems whispers: I bleed to ashes. In another, she exhorts: The… Leer más Marga Clark presents her new book Atisbos in Madrid

FRESH FLESH & CHILLED CHABLIS

by mikesteeden Berlin, oh my Berlinin those years between two warsyou were coarse, of course, you knew ita reprobate behind closed doors decadence’s dream unfetteredyour nightclubs lewd and crudeWeimar culture babes ‘a dancing’most times in the naughty naked nude transvestites, candelabra’ssmall dark venues, dimly litcabaret within a smoky hazesuch a perfect fit The Blue Angel,… Leer más FRESH FLESH & CHILLED CHABLIS

NEW YORK TABLEAUX Poetry and Art By Valentí Gómez-Oliver

Valentí Gómez is a collaborator of Masticadores.com. You can see his publications: Vidas paralelas Link Pinyon Publishing Translated from the Catalan by Keith & Amanda Adams Poems and refrains punctuated along a moving sidewalk space-time mural of New York City: the good, ugly, tender, and hard. Rhythmic clamor and musical riffs embedded in the strokes… Leer más NEW YORK TABLEAUX Poetry and Art By Valentí Gómez-Oliver