From Ashes to Magic: “Life and Death”

The gods of life and death. A cosmic romance. Mortal conflicts on a divine scale. "Life and Death" in From Ashes to Magic is "fun, philosophical and darkly tragic all at once." Get your copy on Amazon:

Kiss Me, Love Me

Kiss me, love me. Don't leave me out in this weather. Take my hand. I don't need a wedding band. Hold me, mould to me. Please, say our love is forever. Believe in us. You're the one I trust. Copyright © 2019 by Nita Pan All rights reserved. This post or any portion thereof may … Continue reading Kiss Me, Love Me

Claws and Sighs

Claws, sighs, and sleepless nights.You have me in knots. I don't want you to stopThis burning in my chest. Copyright © 2019 by Nita PanAll rights reserved. This post or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the author except for the use … Continue reading Claws and Sighs

Spiders Caressing My Spine

My eyes flutter shut as your lips graze mine. I shiver as your hand spreads over my thrumming heart. Your fingers are like spiders caressing my spine as you oh so slowly pull me against you. Please, I gasp. Don't leave me again. Copyright © 2019 by Nita Pan All rights reserved. This post or … Continue reading Spiders Caressing My Spine

Sandcastles, Seafood, and Sluggish Summer Days

ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Right around the time where I was considering going on an social media hiatus, Lillie Vale tweeted, asking if anyone was interested in reading an ARC of her debut, Small Town Hearts. I've read her works from Wattpad and have fallen in love with her … Continue reading Sandcastles, Seafood, and Sluggish Summer Days

Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People

Following my discovery of Young Adult novels back in 2010, I spent the next couple of years reading and rereading Diane Duane's Young Wizards series and whatever Holly Black and Rachel Caine book I could get my hands on.  I recall having just finished a book about a fae disguised as a human when the spine … Continue reading Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People

Quoth the Raven…

This was one of those books where I saw the cover and cringed.  With a moody boy all in black holding onto a blonde bathed in pink, I had to fight my better judgement to read the description.  I was intrigued but unwilling to start a new trilogy.  It wasn't until one of my favorite … Continue reading Quoth the Raven…

Down, Down in the Underground

Holding promises of magic, music, and a fairy tale atmosphere, I knew that from the moment I saw S. Jae-Jones's Wintersong it would be love.  For once, I didn't wait eons to bring it home.  I stared at it, smelled the pages, and began consuming it. Ever since she was a child, Liesl heard stories of … Continue reading Down, Down in the Underground

Evil Grandmas, SATs, and Other Things I’m Iffy About

When my mom brought home Forever, Again by Victoria Laurie, I immediately thought, chick lit!  and I back peddled.  Not that there's anything wrong with chick lit; it's just not my usual cup of tea.  But, after reading the jacket and first page, I decided to give it a chance.  After all, don't they say not to … Continue reading Evil Grandmas, SATs, and Other Things I’m Iffy About

Pass the Scalpel, Please.

   You better watch out, You better hide. You better run. I'm telling you why, Jack the Ripper is coming to town! As you can tell from that little ditty I came up with above, I'm obsessed with Jack the Ripper.  Well, not just him.  I'm a big fan of unsolved crimes and the more … Continue reading Pass the Scalpel, Please.