BOOK REVIEW: ALONG CAME A WOLF by Adam Dreece

So I may have mentioned that I'm using 2019 to catch up on all the billion books I have on my Kindle and/or Nook. And since I haven't used my Nook nearly as often since I got my Kindle, I figured I'd fire it back up and pick out the last few books I had … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ALONG CAME A WOLF by Adam Dreece

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BOOK REVIEW: MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND by Christina Lauren

It occurs to me that I have a metric butt-load of romances on my Kindle, and eventually I'm going to need to get around to reading them all. I know I haven't exactly marketed myself as a romance blogger, so I may be starting a side blog to cover all of them. No worries, I … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND by Christina Lauren

BOOK REVIEWS: ….uh, several

So I haven't been reading a ton, but I've been reading enough that I feel bad not having put anything up here lately. I've been doing a lot more and haven't quite found the balance I want between them all, hence the radio silence on here. As I always say, I'm hoping to get my … Continue reading BOOK REVIEWS: ….uh, several

BOOK REVIEW: THE SCATTERED AND THE DEAD by L.T. Vargus and Tim McBain

I've been on the mailing list for this pair for a while now (I honestly don't remember where I found them any more, or when) and I'm sure this book has been on my Kindle for just as long. I'm always up for a good look into post-apocalyptic nightmares, zombies, you know, whatever the end … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE SCATTERED AND THE DEAD by L.T. Vargus and Tim McBain

BOOK REVIEW: THE BLUEBELL INFORMANT by Nick R B Tingley

I received a copy of this book free of charge from the author in exchange for my honest review. I like killers with calling cards. I like the concept of calling cards in general. (One of the video games I'm playing at present uses the concept, and it pleases me immensely.) So in reading the … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE BLUEBELL INFORMANT by Nick R B Tingley

BOOK REVIEW: BLACK IRIS by Elliot Wake (writing as Leah Raeder)

I know all of you are probably familiar with my love of this author, particularly his book CAM GIRL, especially if you watch any of my YouTube videos. When BAD BOY came out in December, I was all set to by it instantly, but was told it might help to read BLACK IRIS first, as … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: BLACK IRIS by Elliot Wake (writing as Leah Raeder)