When I was working and in school, I did most of my reading for pleasure during the summer months. Although my school days have long passed and I retired a few years ago, I find I still do more reading during the hot days of summer.it is because lounging by the pool or on the beach seems the ideal time and locations for relaxing with … Continue reading Summer Reading List
I am not a big fan of BDSM; however, I love earlier books by Alexis Alvarez. After reading His Firm Direction my feelings about the subject have changed. I loved this book. Alvarez has a real knack for making her leading men so sexy they seem to step off the page. She displays this skill again with Axel Masters. Strong and masterful, there is … Continue reading His Firm Direction by Alexis Alvarez
The eighth book in the vigilante series revolving around Phoenix and the Olympus team lives up to the standards set in the earlier book. Evil Always Finds A Way by Ted Tayler picks up where book seven leaves off, providing a smooth transition to the continued battle against The Grid, led by Hugo Hanigan. Beginning with the kidnapping and torture of Dawn Prentice, who … Continue reading “Evil Always Finds A Way: The Phoenix Series Book 8” by Ted Tayler
The Queen of Scream: Suzi Albracht It’s no secret that I’m a great fan of horror; horror movies, horror books, horror television shows. I love Stephen King, Ramsey Campbell, Edgar Allan Poe, and Joe Hill. Good horror stories have to grab you right away and carry you along until the boogeyman jumps out and says BOO! so softly it makes your skin crawl. Those evil … Continue reading The Queen of Scream – Meet Suzi Albracht
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – A solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks any part of the sun, and on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will be visible across all of North America and pass right over areas like the Smoky Mountain National Park. Anyone within a roughly 70-mile wide path from Oregon to… via Top 10 spots to watch total solar eclipse in East … Continue reading To View or Not to View?
Goodreads Book Giveaway Carved Wooden Heart by Elizabeth Horton-Newton Giveaway ends July 24, 2017. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway Excerpt Jesse had not moved. It was as though he was a magnet and I was irresistibly drawn to him. “Mr. Carver, how nice to see you.” His lip curled. “Really? Mr. Carver?” His eyes narrowed. I knew that look. It … Continue reading Goodreads Giveaway!
I’ve read short stories by Karen J. Mossman and was eager to read this book, The Truth Will Out. It’s a choice I’m glad I made. This story packs a punch from the beginning. Mossman wastes no time getting into the heart of the matter. Sarah and her friend Abby are young women who share a house and are enjoying life. Playing a child’s … Continue reading “The Truth Will Out” by Karen J. Mossman
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Genre: Anthologies/Soldiers/Future Description: As a tribute to soldiers fighting for freedom all over the world, The Sisterhood brings you a special edition of the Gems of Sisterhood Series. Dedicated to those serving their countries in a military capacity, this book is chock full of stories about soldiers fighting for freedom! Meet Neferure, a true-life historical figure who… Continue reading Gems of Freedom
I stumbled on to The Cupcake Caper and author Kelle Z. Riley by accident. I was in of a group of authors talking about our books in an online gathering, The Romance Caper, along with Ms. Riley. My usual choice of reading material is dark murder mysteries. However, I decided to take a chance on this book. I’m glad I did. The Cupcake Caper is … Continue reading “The Cupcake Caper” by Kelle Z. Riley
As an avid cruiser, I couldn’t resist reading a book with the delightful title Killer Cruise. Add to that, it was written by author Marilyn Baron, one of my favorite writers, and it was almost pre-destined I would dive into the story. This was my introduction to the psychic detectives of the “psychic crystal” series. Jack Hale, a former Atlanta police detective, and … Continue reading “Killer Cruise” by Marilyn Baron