Guest Post: Shen Hart, Writer and Marketing Consultant

Mirintala/ August 6, 2013/ Guest, Writing

Hello one and all! I’m Shen Hart and Chris was kind enough allow me a slot on her blog. Today I’m going to touch on what I am and what I do before diving into my passion for writing. I’m an indie marketing consultant. I jokingly say that I’m saving the world, one indie at a time. This means that

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The Hole Behind Midnight By Clinton Boomer

Mirintala/ June 18, 2013/ Book, Media Review

Reposting (was on my blog before transition, originally posted in January 2012) Spoiler Free!   I’ll start by saying thank you to Scott Gable for a review copy, because let’s face it, my hatred of anything that has the faintest scent of time travel/alteration would have turned me away from this book, much to my loss. I thoroughly enjoyed this

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The Clockwork Bluebird By Ravven Kitsune

Mirintala/ June 7, 2013/ Book, Media Review

My friend Ravven Kitsune (cover artist extraordinaire and writer) has self-published her Clockwork novel. This link ( is to her blog post where she talks about the inspiration behind it and has links to purchase. It is currently in Amazon KDP (long time followers know how much I dislike Amazon, so you know I care about this book) but once

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The Janus Affair By Pip Ballantine And Tee Morris

Mirintala/ June 3, 2013/ Book, Media Review

Spoiler Free, as always.   This book has the honour of being the first book I’ve ever bought on release day. Sadly, it took nearly a year to find the time to read it. Definitely worth squeezing into my day. This book is the sequel to Phoenix Rising, the first book of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. I quite liked the

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City Of The Lost By Stephen Blackmoore

Mirintala/ May 16, 2013/ Book, Media Review

I hate reading reviews with spoilers, so I strive to avoid them in my writing. There are plenty of other reviews out there that will outline the entire book if that’s what you’re looking for. Things go to hell fast for Joe Sunday and there’s a landslide following him down. Everyone has an angle, everyone wants something, and he knows

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