I know, I’ve been really quiet for the past… yikes, it’s been a month. I can blame both Tulsa and work for that, as well as personal bullshit you guys don’t care about. But I’m back, and I have some reviews for you guys to make up for it!
Thanks to a wonderful fellow fan for sending it to me, I was able to review In Praise of the Vulnerable Man by Abby. You can find that under the Shout It Out era, and yes, that link does point to a downloadable PDF of this classic Zaylor fic.
Elizabeth also contributed reviews of the last two (for now) Kindred series fics: Kindred 11: The Psychopath and
Kindred 12: The Family, both by Aimster and listed under the Anthem era.
That’s it for now, and you can probably expect me to go quiet again as Camp NaNoWriMo begins next month.
It’s been such a crazy month, trying to get ready for the big trip, and it’s only going to get crazier. It’s a good thing I picked a short one this month!
You can head over to the reviews and check The Walk era for my review of Cotton Candy by Eva and Hayley. Elizabeth has also continued to review the Kindred series by Aimster, and you’ll find her review of Kindred 10: The Doctor in the Anthem era.
Pretty soon I’ll have to start a category for MOE era stories…
Until then, enjoy these reviews, check out some new fics and say hi if you see me in Tulsa!
Or something like that. I’ve been pretty busy this month, between NaNoWriMo and various things in my personal and professional life. So while I’ve had my review for this month done for a few days, I forgot to post it yesterday as I had planned.
In any case, it’s posted now. You can read my review of Barfight by Steps in the Underneath era section.
I also have a guest review this time. Elizabeth has continued reading and reviewing Aimster’s latest series, and you’ll find her review of Kindred 9: The Twins by Aimster in the Anthem era section.
Check back in a few weeks for new spotlights (I hope) and in a month for more reviews! I hope we’ll be starting the MOE era soon, and if so, there will be even more news here on the site. So keep an eye out for that as well, as soon as they give us a release date.
Well, first things first, it’s time for a new layout! I can’t believe the other one had been up since 2014. Where did the time go??? This one is a little fresher, and gets me excited about what this year holds for our fandom. I’m still very anxious for a release date for Middle of Everywhere, because we are more than overdue for a new era. Maybe a greatest hits release isn’t all that new, but I’m ready anyway.
So the layout is here, and the rest of it (hall of fame, etc) is coming soon! In the meantime, please let me know if there are any problems with the site. You may need to clear your cache to get everything to display properly.
Once you’ve done that, check out the new reviews for March, too. I’ve reviewed Unexpected Beautiful by Becky, and Elizabeth has contributed several reviews. You’ll find her reviews of Behind Walls by Cad, If Tomorrow Never Comes by KT and Kindred 8: The Jock by Aimster in the Anthem era, and her review of my story The Stars Have Fallen in the Shout It Out era.
Check back soon for more newness!
You have to get excited about this month as a Hanson fan, don’t you? First of all, it’s Taylor’s birth month. Secondly, it’s (hopefully) going to be tour announcement month this year. I know we’re all reeling from how quickly Hanson Day tickets are selling out, but I for one am still pretty damn excited about it.
But before all of that, it’s time for another spotlight here at PTH! This month, I was able to interview KT, who is semi-new to the scene and the newest addition to my Like Ashes Series. So head over to the spotlights section to learn a bit more about her!