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April reviews!

Well, I’m here. NaNoWriMo hasn’t killed me (yet) and neither has the recent Wayback Machine implosion that briefly removed hundreds of hanfic sites from the archive. Unfortunately, one of this month’s stories was removed and something still seems to be blocking anything hosted by HansonFiction.com.

But that’s neither here nor there; what I’m posting about today is the set of stories I was able to review for April. And they were…

In addition to these, I also have a bonus review from Elizabeth. She has reviewed my story In the Dark, and you can find her review listed under the Anthem era.

Provided the Wayback Machine doesn’t give me any trouble (again), next month’s reviews will be:

Check back in a month for these!

A first for PTH…

IF you missed my tweet earlier, I’ve just officially launched my first ever fanlisting and the only one currently hosted here at PTH. You can check it out here, and if you consider yourself a ZHan fan, join! :)

March Reviews! :)

For once, the reviews went over pretty much without a hitch. No major changes from my plan, no other delays–just a few weeks of reading and some new reviews to share with you all! I love it when things go smoothly.

And so, for March, the stories were:

I also have a bonus review from Elizabeth of the story of Three Minds As One. You can it listed under the TTA era.

Since next month is Camp NaNoWriMo, I’ll be taking it a little easier, but you can still expect to see the normal amount of reviews. The stories for April will be:

See you girls then! And, of course, in about two weeks for the new monthly spotlights, too :)

P.S.

The past thirty six hours have been pretty rough here. Snow, ice, and the unsurprising power outtage. At some point during that time, a story I’ve been reading was finished. It might have been too late to make it into my initial review post, but I’ve added it in. Go check out my review of Stained Red and stay warm–I’ll be trying to, now that I have electricity and wifi again!

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