Nerd901: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review

Head on over to Nerd901 and check out my review for Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the franchise's most ambitious title yet!

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Haunted 901: Urban Legends & Haunted History

Oh, Memphis. Mighty 901. We have a lot of history, don't we? Musicians have sung songs of the Home of the Blues, the Birthplace of Rock n Roll. People have cheered and chanted about the Grind City. But every year, the dark side of our fair blip on the map comes around: we gotta lot... Continue Reading →

Spookytober Review: Vampyr

Hello hello! Spookytober is officially in FULL EFFECT! *inset a million Halloween-esque emojis* Yep, I celebrate all things Halloween for a month straight. I'm a big holiday person, and Halloween's MAH FAVE. Like, my office is decorated entirely in Halloween decor that never comes down. It's a skull thing. Anyway! Today, I'm bringing you a... Continue Reading →

Paperback Giveaway Winners!

Woohoo! Thank you to everyone who entered the Autographed Paperback giveaway! Winners have been selected-- the first winner is... AUDREY S.! And since I had so many lovely entries, I picked a second winner... KATHY D.! Check your emails, please, so that I can get these books to their new homes! (Winners selected on Rafflecopter... Continue Reading →

Heads Up, 7UP! URL Change

Hey all! Just wanted to throw it out there that the website will now be BardGirlPress.com, updating to reflect the changes I previously mentioned here on the blog. All links floating around the web should redirect automatically, so don't panic! This will create a dedicated space for ALL writings, under both Melody Klink & Mavvy... Continue Reading →

Bad Mood Boogaloo in PAPERBACK!

It's five years in the making, but Bad Mood Boogaloo is finally in paperback! " Today is just not Boogaloo's day! Normally a sweet, smiley baby, Boogaloo just can't be made happy, no matter what Mommy tries.. but in the end, there's a sweet surprise! A rhyming picture book intended for infants and toddlers, Bad... Continue Reading →

The Magic of the Group Story Experience

Most of us can remember sitting in front of our teachers as little kids, eagerly listening to a story. We were each enveloped in our own way, but occasionally, we'd glance around and share the moment with our classmates-- the excitement, the shock, the happy ending. After all, storytellers have been wowing our civilizations as... Continue Reading →

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