17 February 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Chris Palmer, Co-Author of ElsBeth and the Call of the Castle Ghosties, Book III in The Cape Cod Witch Series

What three words best describe The Cape Cod Witch Series? Natural-world magical adventures (Maybe that’s three-and-a-half words …) Can you give us your best one sentence pitch to convince readers, especially reluctant readers, why they should give this series a try? This is quote from a professional reviewer of the first ElsBeth book: “The Cape […]

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13 November 2013 ~ 2 Comments

UPRISING (Bonfire Chronicles) by Imogen Rose

I read a lot of independently published books. There are a handful of authors that are on my “don’t miss” list. Imogen Rose sits at the top of that list for a reason. This lady can tell a story! I keep waiting for a book that I hate from her to come down, but every […]

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08 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Stage 6 by Dylan James

Here’s a confession for you – I love zombie novels. I love post apocalyptic. Okay, not really a confession, most people know by now that I love a good flesh eating fun. This book did not disappoint my love of the end-of-the-world. This time, the end of the world takes place in my very own […]

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04 November 2013 ~ 2 Comments

Winds of Salem: A Witches of East End Novel by by Melissa de la Cruz

I think this book, like the others in this series, is bad luck for me. It seems like they come into my mailbox for review and I end up having major surgery. Perhaps the Beauchamp witches really are putting a curse on a fellow Beauchamp family member? Hmm… anyway… this review is entirely too overdue […]

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05 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Michael Grigsby, Author of Triad Awakening

Why I Write Young Adult Fiction I’ve worked as a teacher for fifteen years. In all those years, I’ve really loved reading and writing with my students. I’m amazed at the unlimited imaginations of young people! To keep current (and find great books for my students), I started reading Young Adult novels. I was amazed […]

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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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06 December 2012 ~ 0 Comments

SHUDDERVILLE by Mia Zabrisky

Confession: I only chose this book to read because I was sick of seeing Christmas trees up already around town. I’m pretty sure they started putting the things up in March this year and I wanted something semi-evil to read or at least something a little twisted. I couldn’t find a book with a killer […]

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16 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

11/22/63 by Stephen King

Stephen King is one of those authors that you either love or hate or love to hate, right? He has some great works and he has some that are just plain old “meh” stuff. He has a couple of books that are just amazing though and this one can just about nearly join them. The […]

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26 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

A Light To Starve By by Axel Taiari

When this book came to me from the author with a request of review I thought he must be brave. A quick look through my reviews and you’ll notice that while I love short stories, I also hate when they are done badly. Let’s face it, most are done very badly. It’s not enough words […]

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