book review, poetry

Bleeding Orchid by Ruth Anne Garcia

A personal collection of poems that is sure to have a strong emotional impact on anyone who has experienced a major illness. The book contains 55 poems, themed around the three categories of Diagnosis, Sickness and Surgeries, and Remission and Beyond. Each poem is a heartfelt, personal outpouring of the author’s soul as she shares… Continue reading Bleeding Orchid by Ruth Anne Garcia

book review, fantasy, short story

Swashbuckling Cats Edited by Rhonda Parrish

A book about pirate cats, conceived on Twitter. Do anthologies get better than this? 14 stories concerning felines of the high seas make up this adorable, imaginative and invention anthology of short fiction, edited by Rhonda Parrish. I am predisposed to love this book. Filled with cats, as well as other animals, cheese (yes, cheese!)… Continue reading Swashbuckling Cats Edited by Rhonda Parrish

book review, horror

Dead Meat Day 4 by Nick Clausen

Denmark is doomed! Just like the zombies, this series grows stronger every day. By Day 4, the army has been mobilized to stop the spread of the undead, which is bound to fail, even when you don’t consider the walking corpses to be virus infected patients. As with the other books in the series, a… Continue reading Dead Meat Day 4 by Nick Clausen