For the contemporary square of Indiecember, I chose What Friends Do by C E Shields. 13 year old Debbie is terrified on her first day of High School (Secondary School in Ireland) until she meets outgoing Antoinette. They becoming friends, and Antionette brings color and laughter to Debbie’s life. They form a strong bond, but… Continue reading What Friends Do by C E Shields
My book today completes the 30-60 reviews square on my Indiecember card. There and Never Ever Back Again: Diary of a Dark Lord is a series of essays, or diary entries, by the unnamed Dark Lord and the unnamed Chosen One who is tasked to kill her. Similarities are drawn to Tolkien’s work, both in… Continue reading There and Never Ever Back Again: Diary of a Dark Lord by Jeff Mach
Raghad Jabbar Zarkani grew up in Iraq, survived a war and now lives in the U.S. These are her poems. Divided into three parts; Part I Contains poems of her life in Iraq during wartime, her childhood experiences of Saddam Hussein and the way people treat her as an immigrant. Part II has poems that… Continue reading Stranger Paths by R.J Zarkani
Thanks to Megan Tennant, the inventor of the Indiecember Reading Challenge, and for holding it again this year. This is my first time participating in the challenge. I only found out about it a few weeks ago. What is Indiecember? It’s a Bingo style game to support self published authors. Participants post reviews on Amazon… Continue reading Indiecember Reading Challenge 2019
Here, all in one place, are the links to the books I’ve reviewed this month. Click on the bottom of the book over to get to the book review.