Hue’s Reviews: Ian Kelly’s Casanova

The story of Casanova writes as myth outweighing reality. In his time, he rattled pearls and purses as he swaggered through eighteenth century societal balls and beds, leaving intrigue to knock on my door. Giacomo Casanova begins his life as a young cleric, only to begin a scandalous affair with a married woman and forced…

My Firecrackin’ July TBR

Excuse the corn. July’s here and with this month’s arrival comes a new TBR. New stories. New escapes. New adventures. Literary fiction. Young adult. Adult fiction. These genres fill my list’s scopes. Will I stick to the list? I’m pretty sure. But, sometimes a new book sashays my way and steals my attention. Who can…

Hue’s Classics: “The Lottery”

“It isn’t fair, it isn’t right,” Mrs. Hutchinson screamed, and then they were upon her.” Only when it’s your turn, huh, Mrs. Hutchinson? A quaint village. Superstition and rocks. Failed crops. Humanity dies. What choice do you make? Do you follow authority or do you stand against the crowd? Chilling to the bone without gratuity,…