Moonstruck Vol. 1: Magic to Brew By:
Grace Ellis, Shae Beagle
Caitlin Quirk, Clayton Cowles Release Date:
February 14, 2018
Moonstruck (Volume 1) Rating:
Graphic novel series Moonstruck is a young adult series that
combines fantasy and mystery with an LGBTQ+ cast. Written by Grace Ellis and
Shae Beagle and illustrated by Caitlin Quirk and Clayton Cowles, this is a
series that has graced many “best of” and “you need to read this” lists on
professional and fan sites for several years.
The Haunted Forest Tour By:
James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
October 1, 2007
Horror novel The Haunted Forest Tour was co-written by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand, two authors with significant writing skill and a plethora of novels to each of their names. Moore is an award-winning author of more than forty novels. Strand has also written upwards of forty novels and has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award ten times. Here, the pair come together for a creature feature of epic proportions.
The Red Menace: How Lipstick Changed the Face of American History By:
Ilise S. Carter
November 15, 2021
Ilise S. Carter, freelance cosmetics and beauty writer, examines how lipstick in particular and cosmetics at large have influences the changing tides of American history in The Red Menace: How Lipstick Changed the Face of American History.
An Atlas of Extinct Countries By:
September 3, 2020
(All reviews are our own, honest opinions.)
Gideon Defoe brings the life and death of countries that are no more into the hands of readers in a compact volume now available in paperback. Forty-eight countries are outlined in three to five pages, each of which includes a map and some quick statistics.
The Ice Lion By:
Kathleen O'Neal Gear
June 15, 2021
Rewilding Reports #1 Rating:
Author and archaeologist Kathleen O’Neal Gear has written several books, including multiple series. Her latest novel, and the start to a fresh series, is The Ice Lion, a novel set on a future earth that has suffered an apocalyptic event. With the world having returned to an ice-age state, people live as they did in the far past, and creatures long extinct in our time freely roam the land.