Author Name: LaToya Wilson/London Starr Book Titles Ileeria: The Chosen One (LaToya Wilson) Ileeria’s Dark Passenger Ileeria’s Sacrifice A Million Dollar Love (London Starr) A Million Dollar Love 2 A Million Dollar Love 3 The Other Man: Dangerous Love and Secrets 1 Genre and Sub-Genre: Fiction; interracial paranormal and interracial romance Book Content Rating: Adult (18+) Based on language, violence, sexual content. Author Bio LaToya Wilson … Continue reading Books by London Starr
This latest book in the Phoenix series once again shows Ted Tayler’s skill at creating a thrill packed story of terrorism. His ability to weave recent events into a taut tale of good guys versus bad guys is unsurpassed. In Nothing Is Ever Forever Phoenix and the Olympus Project are faced with another high priority assignment. I didn’t think Tayler could top the action surrounding … Continue reading Nothing Is Ever Forever (The Phoenix Series Book 3) by Ted Tayler
Author Bio Frank Pickard has six books listed on Amazon. Five of his books are novels in e-format and/or paperback. One of the eBooks is a memoir, AMERICAN NOMAD, one is a romance, THE WEIGHT OF GRAVITY, and one is a ghost story titled PHOTOPLASM: A Haunting. Two of the novels are in a series; AMERICAN NOMAD and ISLAND JEWEL. Frank’s latest work of fiction … Continue reading Frank Pickard, Author
Re-released and FREE! I have re-released View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale with a fabulous new cover designed by Rachel Bostwick. The book has been re-edited by Angela Bishop and there is a little new material added as well. To celebrate the event and as a gift to my followers this new edition will be FREE on Amazon Kindle from December 20th through … Continue reading “View From the Sixth Floor” Re-Released and FREE!
To celebrate the release of the second installment in the Rise of the Elohim chronicles, the Eye of Mares is going to go blog hopping like a headlining rockstar, multiple showings for over the course of two weeks, with a new page shared with each appearance, continuing from where the last one went off and today I get to host the latest page: … Continue reading “The Rise of the Elohim: The Eye of Mares” by Rocky Rochford
Echoes of Winter: A Wintery YA Short Story Collection Assorted Authors Let me begin by saying I was given a copy of this book in return for a fair and honest review. I admit to being somewhat skeptical since it is categorized as a Young Adult book. What I imagined the stories would be like is a far cry from the wonderful surprises I found within … Continue reading Echoes of Winter: A Wintery YA Short Story Collection
“Plaint for Provence” is the third book in the Troubadors Quartet by Jean Gill. The story continues to follow the troubairitz Estela de Matin and her lover Dragonetz los Pros as they navigate the often troubled waters of political intrigue in medieval France. Now reunited with their infant son Musca and Estela beloved guard dog Nici they have settled into family life in Marselha. But … Continue reading Plaint for Provence: 1152: Les Baux (The Troubadours Quartet Book 3)
Author Bio While in high school, Robyn’s writing dreams budded and waned. Those dreams were rekindled after accomplishing a first class honours degree in English/Writing, and a PGCE. Robyn went on to complete her Masters in Creative Writing and taught English and creative writing. When she’s not writing, Robyn loses herself watching films and reading; creatively crocheting; baking; pickling; socializing with friends and … Continue reading “Seven Stops” by Robyn Cain
It’s the holiday season. We’ve passed Thanksgiving and now Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s is here. Somewhere in the midst of all that celebrating you suddenly feel as though the bottom dropped out. Shopping, caroling, entertaining, parties; whatever you’re doing and wherever you are, you just feel overwhelmed. Maybe you realize you’ve spent more than you should have. Perhaps you forgot to invite someone to … Continue reading Depression and the Holidays
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The Watchmage of old New York is a gem. Well crafted, full of pyrotechnical plot elements, it is fascinating from the very beginning. Literature and media is full of tales of Victorian New York City. Mr. Sanders merges the magic of old New York with actual magic. The watchmage is a guardian of “dwellers”, paranormal creatures from other… Continue reading Review of “the watchmage of old new York” By C.A. Sanders.