THE HOLLOWS CORNER – Everything Rachel Morgan

The Hollows Insider - Kim Harrison - Rachel MorganClick the pic for all posts regarding our favorite itchy witchy

The Hollows is my flagship Urban Fantasy series.  Before I became a fan in 2005, I would generally only read vampire stories when it came to this genre.  Kim Harrison’s wonderful world really helped me branch out and discover other amazing works, which is partially why I created this blog in the first place.  Considering the large number of Hollows followers on this site and the high frequency of posts I’ve made (and will make) about the series, I decided to put everything in one place to position myself as the massive if not obsessive aficionado that I am as well as create a spot where fellow fans can see everything I’ve posted relating to the series.  I just want everyone to know that there is a Hollows community here. While the Hollows isn’t all I do, it is a big part of what I do.  If you have something you might want for me to blog about related to the Hollows, please comment below and we can chat about it ^_^.  In the meantime:

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12 responses

  1. nafi

    wow looove these book loooove them die hard fan all the way!!

    January 24, 2012 at 7:37 PM

    • Then you have come to the right place! I’m glad to have you! How long have you been a Hollows die hard?

      January 24, 2012 at 10:59 PM

  2. Kat

    Has anyone tried making Trent’s waffles?

    February 17, 2012 at 11:56 PM

    • Good question. Have you read the Hollows Insider? The recipe is in there. I really want to try to waffles at some point but I don’t make then frequently enough. However with it being a long weekend I may find some motivation. We do have mayo in the fridge though I’m more of a miracle whip girl generally. I won’t deviate for this though. I’ll have to take a snapshot of my Hollows Insider book so that it doesn’t get stained with ingredients.

      If I make a batch I’ll blog about it and certainly will be thanking you, Kat!

      February 18, 2012 at 12:10 AM

      • Kat

        I did read the Insider, which I thought was great over all. I thought the spells & demon descriptions would have served better if they were interspersed in the story rather than seperated into their own chapters. I wanted to know about them, and enjoyed the descriptions, I just didn’twant them all at once. Just my opinion.
        The recipe is what prompted the question. I don’t own a waffle maker or I’d have tried them right away. If I can find a friend to borrow one from I will let you know how awesome they are. Can’t get better than getting a little piece of Trent into reality right?

        February 20, 2012 at 3:48 AM

        • Yeah I agree the Insider was fantastic. I have a waffle maker (great Christmas gift) but I only make waffles on the rare occasion. I didn’t get around to it today but I plan to make them this weekend after I get the proper ingredients.

          Hey, could you possible make them as pancakes instead?

          February 20, 2012 at 9:39 PM

  3. Kat

    I don’t know. Sometimes the recipes are interchangeable. It’s worth a try 🙂

    February 20, 2012 at 11:49 PM

    • It was delicous, Kat! I’ll post about it tomorrow!

      February 26, 2012 at 6:24 PM

  4. I started reading Rachel Morgan because I loved how the the first load of titles were really nice takes on epic cowboy movies. It spoke of some originality to me!!! And I’ve never looked back since. I used to cite Anita Blake as my favourite but the sex has become too gratuitous and I don’t enjoy them as much anymore, as well as very sloppy writing. Whereas it’s the opposite with the Kim Harrison books, the writing’s sharp, the characters are good and irregardless of the circumstances they’re believable!!!!

    March 6, 2012 at 2:56 PM

    • I started reading Rachel Morgan first and then got into Anita Blake. I really enjoyed Blake, but the gratuitous sex ruined it for me too. I just gave up and honestly I don’t even miss it. The AB I loved has been long gone since Book 6. That’s still my favorite.

      March 6, 2012 at 9:30 PM

      • Kat

        Ladies glad it wasn’t just me! I gave up on her after book 7 and I found Rachel. I really wonder what caused the dramatic shift in the AB series. It was quite good at the beginning.

        March 6, 2012 at 11:39 PM

        • Yeah after Book 7 it just wasn’t the same Anita Blake anymore. I read all of the books through the library and then ended up buying Blood Noir, which was the last Anita Blake book that I bothered to read. Makes a big difference when I have to actually fork over the dough to read it.

          March 8, 2012 at 12:59 AM

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