Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review

Blurb: Does the heart beat faster from love or terror? As a born-and-raised citizen of Horror, Pansy Finster has survived Hauntings such as mad killers and poltergeists by living her brother’s rules, including, “Avoid dolls, clowns, and masks.” But after the death of her fiancé, Pansy finds herself alone—which is a dangerous status in Horror.Continue reading “Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review”

Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review

Blurb: Ross, a young paramedic, whose world takes a sudden tragic turn on what should be one of the best days of his life. Just as he is about to propose to his girlfriend, he suffers a massive heart attack and dies. Ross awakens in the afterlife and learns that the Grim Reaper actually doesContinue reading “Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review”

Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review

Blurb: Spirited Away meets Coraline in the Suburbs of Hanoi, Vietnam with a twist to the genre. A heart-pounding journey of betrayal and bond, strength and perseverance, with the looming threat of ghosts, demons, and black magic… told from the perspective of a comedic protagonist! An eerie children’s nursery rhyme lures Thanh – an intelligent college girl withContinue reading “Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review”

Updated review: Weatherman by Price Doom

A few days ago, I wrote a review for Weatherman by Price Doom. I’m a busy little be at the moment as I am moving over 500 miles away on Tuesday and I’m currently still working a full time job! So, I know these are not valid excuses but I wrote my review for WeathermanContinue reading “Updated review: Weatherman by Price Doom”

Early Retirement by Luke Ethan Knight: A Book Review

Blurb: A lifelong production operator who’s been dragged from boiling-hot reactor cells to outdoor polar pipeline arrays, Cap Jenkins figures he’s seen just about every ugly thing that life on an extraterrestrial corporate mining colony has to offer. But when a fresh, unnervingly innocent young operator clocks in for his first night shift with noContinue reading “Early Retirement by Luke Ethan Knight: A Book Review”

Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson

I’m here today with the incredible and talented Wendy L. Anderson. Wendy is the author of an epic five book series; Kingdom of Jior, and two standalone novels; Ulrik and A Cut Twice As Deep. Thank you so much for joining me today Wendy. After reading your novels, I absolutely can not wait to readContinue reading “Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson”

The Last Ny-Failen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#5 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: The Last Ny-Failen is the final book in the Kingdom of Jior epic fantasy series. For 100 years King Lorn has ruled the Kingdom of Jior and the Ny-Failen have lived peacefully beside humankind. Now that peace is threatened by a looming civil war as some ofContinue reading “The Last Ny-Failen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”

Iron and the Arrow by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#4 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: The Kingdom of Jior is a wild and tumultuous place carved from hard granite and black crystal and found deep in the heart of the Violent Mountains. Storm Rider, the untamed grandson of the King of Jior, can call the winds, tame the lightning, and soar withContinue reading “Iron and the Arrow by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”

Heirs of Jior by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#3 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: Princess Lyra Song, young and beautiful, stepping into maturity, pursues her hopes and dreams endeavoring to explore a betrothal with the Heir of Krickgold. However, when she is mistaken for a witch by a Lord from a neighboring country, her dreams are dangerously interrupted. Waylaid, taken prisonerContinue reading “Heirs of Jior by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”

Redemption of the Fallen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#2 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: Five years have passed since Lorn liberated himself from Lan-Loe, his evil father’s Sorcerer. Legends were born from tales of the great battle between Lorn and a black-winged demon, of Lan-Loe’s death, and the defeat of demon-kind. Ever since that time, people have been flocking to JiorContinue reading “Redemption of the Fallen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”