Seanan McGuire was born in Martinez, California, and raised in a wide variety of locations, most of which boasted some sort of dangerous native wildlife. Despite her almost magnetic attraction to anything venomous, she somehow managed to survive long enough to acquire a typewriter, a reasonable grasp of the English language, and the desire to combine the two. The fact that she wasn’t killed for using her typewriter at three o’clock in the morning is probably more impressive than her lack of death by spider-bite.

pocket apocalypse

Review: Pocket Apocalypse by Seanan McGuire

It’s release day for Seanan McGuire’s next InCryptid adventure! Sometimes it’s the little things that make me happy… 😉 drey’s thoughts: I wish that the covers for Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series hadn’t gotten quite so comic-ish (other than those for Discount Armageddon and Midnight Blue-Light Special). I wonder if readers skipped the series because of[…]

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one salt sea

Review: One Salt Sea by Seanan McGuire

I’ve been waiting and waiting for this since I finished Late Eclipses… It does NOT disappoint! drey’s thoughts: Toby’s life is so not boring… But at least One Salt Sea waits (almost) a few chapters before throwing her into chaos. Again. She’s trying to re-learn her body, thanks to her mother’s actions in Late Eclipses[…]

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late eclipses

Review: Late Eclipses by Seanan McGuire

Hmm… I’ve found another series where I’ve skipped writing reviews. I will have to re-read and catch up on reviews for A Local Habitation and An Artificial Night… drey’s thoughts: I love Toby Daye–she’s definitely up there with my other favorite kick-ass heroines: Joanne (Walker), Mercy (Thompson), Jane (Yellowrock), and Gin (Blanco). Why? Well, she’s[…]

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