A Frequent Peal Of Bells: The Phoenix Series – Book 11 by Ted Tayler

  It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Ted Tayler’s Phoenix series. The eleventh book in this action-packed series, A Frequent Peal of Bells, continues the conflict with the criminal organization, The Grid, as well as additional terrorist attacks across Britain. Tayler maintains his skill at focusing on current events and weaving them into tightly knit fictional tales that mimic real life occurrences … Continue reading A Frequent Peal Of Bells: The Phoenix Series – Book 11 by Ted Tayler

“The Orb: An Electric Eclectic Novelette” by Paul  White

Blurb “The Orb” is a fast-paced, urban action, speculative fantasy adventure. After stealing the Orb from the Librarians, she is on her way to meet the Cardinal who has promised to pay fifty thousand pounds to lay his hands on the Orb. But the Librarians what their treasure back and are willing to go to great lengths to ensure that happens. However, they are not … Continue reading “The Orb: An Electric Eclectic Novelette” by Paul  White

Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

  I have to confess I was a tad skeptical about reading an “alien sci-fi romance.” But, since one of the authors happens to be a favorite of mine, I decided to take a chance. I am delighted I did. Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West is dynamite. It’s a sexy, thrilling, creative book. Alien Prince Lock got me … Continue reading Conquered By the Alien Prince: An Alien Sci-Fi Romance by Rebel West

“The Vanished Child: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery” by M J Lee

  I stumbled on this book by accident and I am so glad I did. The fact that M J Lee created this tragic mystery based on real events is overwhelming. The Vanished Child deals with the unjust treatment of children from the British Isles who were taken to foreign countries. Harry, the primary character in this book, is so well described he practically leaps … Continue reading “The Vanished Child: A Jayne Sinclair Genealogical Mystery” by M J Lee

“Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell

Book Blurb   “A love story of loss and redemption and the ghosts that haunt our lives and our houses. Aurora Goldberg Stein is lost in grief. Her beloved husband, Jake Stein, has just died in a tragic car accident and her sorrow is overwhelming. But is this really the end? Perhaps, perhaps not. She hears his voice. She sees his ghostly presence. She travels … Continue reading “Sunspots” by Karen S. Bell

“The Turning” (The Forsaken Series) by Phil Price

The Turning is a complex story of fantasy, horror, and the supernatural combined. Phil Price has developed a book about another world, reached by a mysterious opening or doorway. Once someone steps through that opening he is confronted by a world inhabited by vampires, monsters, and all sorts of folk. Some of these creatures are good while others are terrifying. Jake is a young man … Continue reading “The Turning” (The Forsaken Series) by Phil Price

“Three Floors Up: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White

  I love a solid horror story and Paul White has crafted one with his novelette, Three Floors Up: An Electric Eclectic Book. Beginning with an unnamed man observing the street outside his third-floor window, the story builds step by step, navigating the recesses of his mind like an alligator-infested swamp. He is a spectator who watches the world outside and the people who move … Continue reading “Three Floors Up: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White

“Operation Debt Recovery: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Ian Welch

  Author Ian Welch has crafted a witty cautionary tale in his novella, Operation Debt Recovery: An Electric Eclectic Book. Beginning with bank employee, Brandon Payne, and his dissatisfaction with his boring job, Welch creates the character of Everyman. Payne wants bigger and better things; he wants to marry his beautiful girlfriend, Michelle, he wants a late model car, and he wants a big house. … Continue reading “Operation Debt Recovery: An Electric Eclectic Book” by Ian Welch

“BAT SHIT CRAZY Review Requests: Email Humor” by Gisela Hausmann

  I’ve been a follower of Amazon Top Reviewer Gisela Hausmann’s “how to” books for a while. Her advice on writing effective e-mails, getting book and product reviews, and more have become a staple in my library. Her latest book, BAT SHIT CRAZY Review Requests: Email Humor, is more than a collection of humorous e-mails. Using humor, Hausmann shows readers what NOT to do when writing … Continue reading “BAT SHIT CRAZY Review Requests: Email Humor” by Gisela Hausmann

“Miriam’s Hex An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White

Within the first few paragraphs of Paul White’s novelette, Miriam’s Hex, I hated Miriam Chapman. She was the epitome of every nagging wife I’d ever read about. Her husband, Peter, plagued by Miriam’s demands, is a weary hard-working fellow who can’t seem to catch a break. Obviously under-appreciated at work, besieged by his wife’s demands at home, Peter elicits sympathy. What follows is a delightfully … Continue reading “Miriam’s Hex An Electric Eclectic Book” by Paul White