12 August 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Book Giveaway: Crisis of Faith by Eliza Wood

I’m giving away a copy of Crisis of Faith by Eliza Wood. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, August 19. About the Book: A present-day terrorist attack on the proposed site of a Manhattan mosque kills several young women, prompting the President […]

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21 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Camp Sunshine (Sunshine Series) by Ruth Francisco

I’ve read and raved about other books by this author so when this one came in for a review, I was excited to check it out. I wasn’t disappointed, exactly, but I wish it hadn’t been so over written. Let me see if I can explain a bit, but first… the good. I was transported […]

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19 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Leaving Eva by Jennifer Sivec

Man. Oh, Man. This was a tough book to read at times. It touches on some pretty heavy topics like drugs and domestic abuse. The writer’s style is simply amazing in that she drags into the lives of these characters and holds you there, demanding that you care about them. … and care, you do. […]

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14 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Tangible Expressions by Roberto Guerra

I really did enjoy the plot of this book, it was just familiar enough with just enough twists to keep me reading it until the very end. The problem is that it was a bit confusing. I’m okay with a little bit of confusion and misdirection, but I felt like there were several times where […]

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29 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Michael J. McCann, author of The Ghost Man

Why did you decide to become a writer? When I was a kid, I was a book reader and a daydreamer. I devoured every juvenile novel the library had on their shelves back then, and I always wanted to be able to tell the same kind of stories myself. Science fiction, sports, historical fiction, you […]

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17 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Pieces of Me By Eisley Jacobs

When I read the description for this book, I immediately thought of the movie “Memento”. It has that same sort of vibe and it sounded like it would be a fun ride. Amnesia, nefarious doings afoot and a strong lead character made me want to read it right away. I’m SO glad that I did. […]

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08 April 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Book Giveaway: Crisis of Faith by Eliza Wood

I’m giving away a copy of Crisis of Faith by Eliza Wood. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, April 22. Description: A present-day terrorist attack on the proposed site of a Manhattan mosque kills several young women, prompting the President of the […]

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22 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Phil Taylor, author of White Picket Prisons

I’m going to do this a little bit differently, because reading isn’t about the writer; it’s about you, the reader! When you read a book do you go straight to the author bio, or do you jump into the story and maybe read the back flap if you really liked the book? Yeah, me too. […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Psych by J Twerell

The author sent me this book, asking for a review. It sounded a little different so I decided to give it a read. I really liked the story – it’s a really well laid out and structured plot. I loved the web that the author weaved us into. I found the character of Stephanie Walker […]

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12 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Broken Glass by Rob D Young

I thought this short book was pretty good. It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t horrible. It just felt unfinished. The last quarter of it (which I didn’t read) appears to be the author’s work product for where he wants to go with a second book. I think that time could have been better spent fleshing […]

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