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I read it, you should too! The Music of Mars- review

I read it, you should too, The Music of Mars by George G. Moore. In his debut novel Moore leads us on a journey into a future where we have populated the planet Mars. Which features a research lab called MarsVantage which splinter company of the Earth based Interplanetary. MarsVantage …

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Lego Art Gets a Perfect Summer Setting in Nature Connects

by Susan Quilty, author of The Insistence of Memory If you’re a Lego lover (who isn’t?) and you’re looking for a reason to get out of the house this summer, check out Nature Connects. This solo exhibit by Brooklyn artist Sean Kenney is now on tour around the world. Its …

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Mercy Thompson Series- Review

by Garrett Thomas, Founder of The Gamermaster’s Stash Started in 2006 this series has 10 books currently out with another one scheduled for next year (2019). The story follows a strong willed female protagonist who runs an auto repair shop, and just happens to be able to turn into a …

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Night Angel Trilogy – Review

by Garrett Thomas,  Founder of The Game Master’s Stash   Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks Released about 10 years ago Brent Weeks’ first series is just as good today as it was then. The series follows the life of an orphaned urchin child turned mystical assassin. From surviving on …

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All-Star Post-Con: Let’s Keep the Spirit Alive!

by Susan Quilty, author of The Insistence of Memory Year 1 of All-Star Comic Con is a wrap. The weekend exceeded my expectations—and that’s saying something because I fully expected it to be an amazing experience! If you missed it, All-Star is a new kid on the Northern Virginia comic con …

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The Stormlight Archives- Review

by Garrett Thomas, Founder of The Game Master’s Stash The Stormlight Archives by Brandon Sanderson Review I’m going to try and keep this review as spoiler free as possible, while at the same time trying to condense Sanderson’s over 1 million words in the series so far, and that’s just …

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