“Closer Than Blood” by Gregg Olsen

There’s no denying that Gregg Olsen is one of my favorite writers. He has a way with mysteries and thrillers that grabs my attention and firmly holds it throughout his books. Closer Than Blood is no exception. In fact this book has quickly risen to the top of my favorite Olsen books. Olsen lays the plot effectively, teasing the reader with clues from the very … Continue reading “Closer Than Blood” by Gregg Olsen

Domestic Violence Awareness

As we come to the end of October and fall begins to take hold of those of us here in the United States I want to take the time to reflect on Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Personally I don’t think one month is enough time to focus on this devastating international problem. Domestic Violence is not relegated only to our fifty states. It touches the … Continue reading Domestic Violence Awareness

“Footsteps” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

The sound came from upstairs; at least I thought it did. It was hard to tell with the dryer thumping and the washer filling with water.  I moved to the foot of the wooden steps that led up to the main level of the house and cocked my head to one side. Holding my breath I listened closely. It sounded as though the floorboards were … Continue reading “Footsteps” by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

“The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine

Author Bio THE AUTHOR, Mark Fine was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has made the United States his home since 1979, living in New York, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles. For well over a decade he headed an award-winning record label that he founded, called Hammer & Lace, that united non-profit organizations with world-class celebrity and music talent to create benefit albums and entertainment events … Continue reading “The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine

“People of the Masks” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

I have been a fan of this series by the Gear’s since the very first book, “People of the Wolf”.  Their ability to blend the archaeological history of the cultures with fictional plots makes their books compelling. “People of the Masks” is no exception. Beginning with the present day, a team of archaeologists have unearthed a long buried Iroquois site. Living in the northeastern United … Continue reading “People of the Masks” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

Remember: Protectors of the Elemental Magic by Marnie Cate

Remember: Protectors of the Elemental Magic Relaunch Tour To celebrate the relaunch of Marnie Cate’s beloved first novel, Remember: Protectors of the Elemental Magic,  it will be available on Kindle for $0.99 / £0.99 beginning  October 29, 2015 through November 4, 2015 Biography Marnie Cate was born and raised in Montana before adventuring to the warmer states of Arizona and California. Her love of Dame … Continue reading Remember: Protectors of the Elemental Magic by Marnie Cate

“Hellbeast” (The ARC Chronicles Book 3) by Matthew Harrill

Author Bio:  Born and raised in Bristol, England, Matthew W Harrill is an international award-winning horror author. His series, ‘The ARC Chronicles’ consists of Hellbounce (which has received acclaim at the Halloween Book Festival, the London Book Festival and most recently the 2015 International Book Awards), Hellborne and the final book of the series, Hellbeast is imminent. In addition to his mentor David Farland (The … Continue reading “Hellbeast” (The ARC Chronicles Book 3) by Matthew Harrill

Jean Gill

Author Name:  Jean Gill Book Title:  Plaint for Provence Genre and Sub-Genre: Historical Fiction / Romantic thriller Book Content Rating:  PG13 Author Bio Jean Gill is a Welsh writer and photographer living in the south of France with a big white dog, a scruffy black dog, a Nikon D750 and a man. For many years, she taught English in Wales and was the first woman to … Continue reading Jean Gill

“The Eyes of the Sun Trilogy” by Christina McMullen

Bio: Christina McMullen is a science fiction and fantasy author who dreams of flying cars and electric sheep. She currently resides in Texas with her wonderfully supportive husband and three dogs. When she isn’t writing, Christina enjoys travel, vegan cooking, modern and classical art, and of course, reading. Blurb A Modern Twist on an Ancient Evil Tales of vampires in New Orleans are as old … Continue reading “The Eyes of the Sun Trilogy” by Christina McMullen

The Followers of the Torments Saga – K Caffee

Author Bio: Born in Houston, K. Caffee has a long history of spinning captivating tales for a wide range of interested people.  One of her earliest memories is being lost in a huddle of adults as a kindergartener on her way to a church choir camp.  Whatever the tale she had been telling was captivating enough the entire group missed a rest stop, and the bus … Continue reading The Followers of the Torments Saga – K Caffee