P M Terrell writes some fabulous historical fiction. Clans and Castles: Checkmate is based on a true story that takes place in Ireland. She is wonderful with her research, drawing me in and bringing the world alive. Soooo, let’s take a step back in time.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 29, 2020 at 11:24am — No Comments
Well, the subject for Little Girl Lost by Jane Blythe is sure to get emotions in an uproar. I mean, how degraded must someone be to kidnap, torture, rape and sell a child? I love walking the dark side with my characters and Jane Blythe makes that so easy to do.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 28, 2020 at 3:20pm — No Comments
I signed up for the White Oaks tour, but didn’t quite get this finished in time to post with the tour. So….let’s enter the swamps of White Oaks.
Go by the tour page and enter the giveaway for a chance at a $20 Amazon gift card and a Kindle version of the book.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 23, 2020 at 8:24am — No Comments
Any book by Britney King is high on my reading list, so as soon as Kill Sleep Repeat hit my Kindle, I was all over it. Britney has never disappointed me and this one was so much more than I expected.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 22, 2020 at 11:42am — No Comments
Carmen Webster Buxton approached me, asking if I would like to read her Wakanreo series. I have read some of her other work and enjoyed it, so I said yes. She sent me the lovely books and I put them near the top of my reading list. Aliens Vows is Book II in the series.…Continue
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I love a good monster story and we all know about those pesky mosquitoes and the diseases they carry, but…what if……Continue
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Jane Blythe has been entertaining me with her stories for some time now, and Forgotten did not let me down. Even though I knew a lot of what would happen from previous novels, it still felt like the first time. Glad I put some distance in between books.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 15, 2020 at 11:58am — No Comments
I would grab From The Deeps for the cover alone. Isn’t it fabulous? I love water creatures and grab any books that contain them and From The Deeps looks like it has something special to offer.
Cover: Arizona Tape…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 13, 2020 at 12:26pm — No Comments
I am always eager to dive into another Leine Basso novel by D V Berkom. This ex-assassin never fails to engross me in her dangerous missions.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 11, 2020 at 11:18am — No Comments
The Devil and Dayna Dalton by Brit Lunden is my fourth story in the Bulwark Anthology. This cover really caught my ‘eye’ and I was excited to return to the small town of Bulwark, George and get the lowdown on Dayna.
Cover Art by OTO-Design. What do you think?…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 8, 2020 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Dead Meat: Day 1 is not my first Nick Clausen storyt. Just like it says, Dead Meat is only the first day in the series, and I am super excited to see where Nick Clausen takes us.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 7, 2020 at 5:11pm — No Comments
Eventide by Mae Clair is the third book in the Hode’s Hill series. Do you believe in monsters? No? Maybe, after reading the Hode’s Hill series, you will change your mind.…Continue
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Just looking at the colorful, gorgeous cover of Meow, and the title, and Catnip Assassin, how could I possible resist. I devour my Amazon freebies when I travel and do mini reviews to share them.
Cover: Ravenborn Covers…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 6, 2020 at 3:05pm — No Comments
A Thin Slice of Heaven by P M Terrell is a ghostly love story in the haunted lands of Ireland. P M Terrell infuses a bit of her history into her historical fiction making it all seem possible…if you believe in ghosts.…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on January 6, 2020 at 2:23pm — No Comments
I found Pamela Fagan Hutchins through an Amazon freebie, Saving Grace and I loved it. When I got a chance to read Switchback, I had to grab it and it turned out to be so much more than I expected.…Continue
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Dead Or Alive by Jane Blythe is Book III in the Detective Parker Bell series and it is wonderful to be back with such a fabulous group of characters and to see what trouble they find themselves in this time.…Continue
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My Review For From The Sky: Twilight with aliens and I love it! Conspiracies, danger, UFOs, aliens of different kinds and a guy and a girl in love. What more could I want?
She was an ordinary girl with an extraordinary secret, but it wasn’t that her boyfriend was an alien. An interdimensional…Continue
Added by sherry fundin on December 23, 2019 at 2:31pm — No Comments
Winter Arrives by Roz Marshall is a series that is nearly complete, so don’t hesitate to pick it up if it sounds like a good one to you. This is not my first Roz Marshall book and it will not be my last.
I like this pretty cover by Alba Covers.…Continue
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Ever since I found Kathryn Meyer Griffith, I have been devouring her wonderful stories.
Do you ever wonder about an author’s life? Well, Kathryn is sharing some of her thoughts and stories, so…grab a cuppa, sit back, and enjoy.…Continue
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