Whew! Apologies for the delayed review, readers. It’s been a busy time and I had to read this work in between breaks. Yes, it’s been that type of busy behind the scenes here at A Song of Joy and I am ashamed to say it has prevented me from reading and reviewing the early copy … Continue reading Review: White Ops by Declan Finn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H4EBicz5qQ While taking part in the Superversive Livestream on Romance, one of this author’s fellow guests mentioned that “anyone who thinks life after marriage is boring” is misinformed. Reflecting on these words I was reminded of the many, many adventures I have had with my own family, as well as escapades related by friends from … Continue reading Family Matters – Are Stories Surrounding Families Boring?
I have a new short story available for your enjoyment, readers! The publisher is none other than E&GJ Press, specifically their Ember: A Journal of Luminous Things magazine. You can read the story online free here, readers: https://read.emberjournal.org/caroline-furlong/other-items-sold-separately/ This is a momentous occasion: I have my first online publication! There will be print publications in … Continue reading Bulletin: A New Short Story Is Live!
Liger Zero Phoenix No, fellow Zoids* fans, the title of the book being reviewed today has nothing to do with the franchise. I just couldn’t resist the reference. While it was not the best entry in the franchise by a long mile, not everything in Zoids: Fuzors was bad. Liger Zero and the Phoenix were … Continue reading Review – The Carter Files, Book 1: Phoenix by Lori Janeski
Take a look at this fantastic piece on Marvel's WandaVision, readers: Loss, Hope, and Renewal in ‘WandaVision’ and the MCU By John Tuttle As human beings, there are feelings inherent to who we are that we experience regularly. Pain, both physical and emotional, is a struggle many of us are faced with. But the capacity for … Continue reading An Interesting Perspective on WandaVision