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12 Days of Christmas: December in Review

Happy Christmas! Free Fiction Click here to read my 100 word ghost story. Buddy Read Buddy Read & Rant with Jonny @ Jaunts & Haunts about The Ten Thousand Doors of January. Best of the Year Click here to find out which books made my nice list for 2020. Book Reviews Mother of the KingViridian… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: December in Review

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New Release: Dead Meat Day 6 by Nick Clausen

With the zombie tide washing across Europe, is there any hope to it’s end in sight? Dan, William, Ozzy and company continue their journey to the Faro islands in their commandeered helicopter. Iver and the survivors of the ferry have found refuge on a small island. In the bunker, Birgit continues to practice voodoo for… Continue reading New Release: Dead Meat Day 6 by Nick Clausen

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New Release: Mother of the King by Rami Ungar

Get ready for a time traveling, magical, near future fantasy novelette. On the brink of war, the titular mother recounts her unusual experiences that led to her conceiving her son, who might save his country from annihilation. I enjoyed this exciting novelette. Kudos to Ungar for writing a female first person perspective so well. I… Continue reading New Release: Mother of the King by Rami Ungar

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Book Launch: 7 Weeks In Hell

Hip hip hooray! 7 Weeks in Hell is here! It’s been 18 months since the events of Basard, and Vicky Murtagh has started a new life in Galway city. Afraid to leave her apartment and plagued by strange visions, could it be that zombies are once more walking the streets of Ireland? Find out what… Continue reading Book Launch: 7 Weeks In Hell

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October in Review

October marks my first anniversary of consistently posting book reviews. I’d great plans for this month, with lots of horrors, a book launch and cute pictures of animals in costumes. Unfortunately, the best laid plans of mice had men often go awry. Farewell to Big Pup I’ve lost two crew members this year, and Big… Continue reading October in Review