Kelly Cipera has been a bookworm from a very early age, discovering the fantasy genre in the 7th grade by reading The Smallest Dragonboy by Anne McCaffrey during an English class. After that it was too late; science fiction and fantasy became insatiable habits helped along by her father. Married to a rocket scientist, she now lives in Virginia and continues to read voraciously.
This historical fictional tale of Nefertari, Nefertiti's niece, was an enjoyable read. I will likely pick up anything in the future written by Michelle Moran because her books offer a great escape. Her voice is unique and she keeps the story full of Read More
No coffee table would be complete without this book, especially if you have ever enjoyed going into a Ripley's location. Like the exhibits you will find there, every time you look in this book you will see something new or be astounded again. Read More
Pictures For Sad Children is really an entertaining read even if it isn't really an uplifting one. While the name evokes more melancholy than it perhaps truly has, there are times when it is bittersweet or has an almost morose sense of humor. Read More
As a whole the story is a quick and enjoyable read. It's not the pick-me-up book of the year, but it is beautifully written. The pathos of the main character really pulls on your heart strings and you really want things to end well for her. Overall, an Read More
Looking for a webcomic that has the feel of Edgar Rice Burroughs or E.E. Smith but the Heart of Calvin and Hobbes? Then Marooned is the comic for you. Creator Tom Dell'Aringa talked with Kelly about the comic and its influences. Read More
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