Cauldron Anthology – Submission Date Moved

We, at Cauldron Anthology, are extending the deadline for submissions. This gives us, and our readership more opportunity to receive a larger variety of work.  The editors would love to see more art submissions, and some essays as well. This month we have some short stories that we can't wait to share. We love our… Continue reading Cauldron Anthology – Submission Date Moved

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Tiny Moments – By Sarah Little

Synopsis: There are moments that define us; moments that defy us; moments that design us; moments that decry us. We are made up of little moments that devise us and destroy us, and make us decide who we really are "tiny moments" is a collection of 10 poems which catch short moments in time. Find on… Continue reading Tiny Moments – By Sarah Little

Coda – By Emma Trevayne

Goodreads Synopsis: Ever since he was a young boy, music has coursed through the veins of eighteen-year-old Anthem—the Corp has certainly seen to that. By encoding music with addictive and mind-altering elements, the Corp holds control over all citizens, particularly conduits like Anthem, whose life energy feeds the main power in the Grid.  Anthem finds… Continue reading Coda – By Emma Trevayne

Top Ten Tuesday – Book Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog meme started by The Broke and The Bookish.  This week's theme was series that you want to read but just haven't managed to get to yet. Boy this was quite the job.  See I only have 2667 books on my Goodreads TBR so you can imagine it was… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Book Series I’ve Been Meaning to Start

Furthermore By Tahereh Mafi

Goodreads Synopsis: Alice Alexis Queensmeadow 12 rates three things most important: Mother, who wouldn’t miss her; magic and color, which seem to elude her; and Father, who always loved her. Father disappeared from Ferenwood with only a ruler, almost three years ago. But she will have to travel through the mythical, dangerous land of Furthermore, where down can be up, paper is alive, and left… Continue reading Furthermore By Tahereh Mafi