book review, book tour

July in Review

And so another month draws to a close. I started July like a powerful lioness, but sometime over the last 31 days, I turned into the cowardly lion (before Dorothy). I was involved in three Blackthorn Book tours this month. I love being a reviewer for Blackthorn Book Tours. It is a great way to… Continue reading July in Review

book review, book tour, thriller

Book Tour: Come Join The Murder by Holly Rae Garcia

My third and final Blackthorn Book Tour of the month, Holly Rae Garcia’s impactful crime thriller, Come Join The Murder. About the book "This is a novel I would read and reread and recommend to others. Fans of vigilante and desperado revenge will delight in this horror story." — Horror Tree. Rebecca Crow’s four-year-old son… Continue reading Book Tour: Come Join The Murder by Holly Rae Garcia

book review, fiction

A Confession by William F Aicher

A life laid bare. A captive audience. It’s confession time. A man reveals details of his life to another, but can he be trusted? This is a very ambitious novel. Writing in second person is always difficult, and the problem of keeping the reader engaged is magnified with a book written completely in second person… Continue reading A Confession by William F Aicher

book review, fantasy, romance

Mark of A Demon By Despoina Kemeridou

A deal struck at Heather’s birth marks her for life in this intriguing fantasy romance. New born baby, Heather, is not expected to last the night. Her distraught mother summons a demon and trades her own life for her daughter. Fourteen or so years later, Heather, forever tied to a demon, falls in love with… Continue reading Mark of A Demon By Despoina Kemeridou

book review, fantasy, horror, young adult

Snowed by Maria Alexander

He knows when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake. He knows if you’ve been good or bad, so be good for goodness sake. Teen life can be a struggle, but Charity Jones has a harder time of it than most. Adjusting to her new school isn’t easy, bullying is extreme, and her delinquent… Continue reading Snowed by Maria Alexander