Can fan-fictions considered as literature of value? This post will be somewhat unusual compared to my previous posts. This week I decided not to choose a book, but to get to the bottom of the secret realm of fan-fictions. There are a lot of questions and skepticism around fan-works, and I want to find some […]Read More Something niggling me for some time now…
This is the second part of my novella, Believing is Seeing. Talbott’s story is heavily built on the first part, so if you did not read that storyline, you can check it out on this link.Read More Believing is Seeing – Act II, Talbott
I. Ha Aadennek három lépésben kellett volna összefoglalnia Kirikkel való kapcsolatát, meglepően könnyű dolga lett volna. Mert bármennyire is furcsa az ő párosuk, mégis mintha az egész univerzum minden történésével egymás gravitációjába taszította volna őket.Read More Három lépés – Kívülállók
I think when we choose our next read, we let our decision to be made guided by some sort of preferences. It could be the genre, the writing style, the gender or other characteristics of the main characters, the historical period where the novel takes place etc. Furthermore in my opinion the point of view […]Read More Through someone’s eyes: novels written in 1st person POV
Disclaimer 1: Please note, that this is the 4th chapter of the novel, so if you did not read chapters 1-3, you can find them linked here. Disclaimer 2: In this chapter I deliberately changed some events of Paris’ liberation by the Allies forces. So don’t be surprised if you find discrepancies between the real […]Read More Disparities – 4.
Well, where to start? I think every reader have has a spectrum of books they like to read within. It’s also true for me. I mainly read romances with same-sex couples as main characters. My spectrum extends from WWI and WWII (or modern military romances) through time travel to sci-fis taking place in space or […]Read More One step out of my comfort zone: novels taking place in Africa
Short disclaimer: This novella takes place approximately two and a half years after ‘Cinderlight – a Fay’. This one can be read as a stand-alone, but I still recommend to read the first part here, to get to know the characters. And please keep in mind that ‘Cinderlight – A Fay’ was my first novella […]Read More Cinderlight – Revival