Believe it or not, guys, there are less than four weeks of winter left! Not that I needed an excuse to read more books, of course, but being able to have an extra excuse always makes the reading so much more pleasurable. We have been lucky in our little corner of the world in that… Read More Book Review Round-Up: Four Books to Read During the Four Weeks of Winter Left
Remember that one thing that fascinated you when you were a child? Dinosaurs, fairies, angels, princesses? How awesome would it be to seen something like that? Twenty-two year old single mother Anna Jennings didn’t have a fascination with dinosaurs, but her four year-old son David does. But his powerful imagination envelops his mother in a… Read More Book Review: ‘Imaginary Things’ by Andrea Lochen
Each Saturday of the month, this space is given to someone else whose content overlaps mine, be it Borna’s Monthly Book Review, Maeve’s Monthly Movie Review, or a X-Files review courtesy of The M0vie Blog or Apt. 42. But once in awhile a month comes by featuring a fifth Saturday, leaving me wondering what in… Read More Winter Reading: Book Review Round-Up
About the author: Jane lives in Mount Airy, North Carolina. She is the author of the Madeline Maclin mysteries and the new Grace Street Mystery Series. You can find her at http://www.janetesh.com/ or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. About the book: A fun, fresh, fascinating fantasy tale, Butterfly Waltz introduces protagonist Des Fairweather, a young musician whose… Read More Book Review: ‘Butterfly Waltz’, by Jane Tesh
Janet DeLee’s latest book, Taking Leaps and Finding Ghosts, is a delightful, pleasant read that takes regular people going through regular things (and some…) growing through the process and ending up in a better place because of it. In short, it is a story that will resonate with many, if not all readers. I picked… Read More Book Review: ‘Taking Leaps and Finding Ghosts’, by Janet DeLee
From Sahar’s Reviews’ Vault Author Ripley Patton’s debut novel, Ghost Hand, is the first installment of the PSS Chronicles, which captured me from the first page and was very hard to put down, even briefly. A fast-paced young adult paranormal thriller, it managed to pack together tense moments, action packed sequences, the sweet beginnings of… Read More Book Review: Ghost Hand, by Ripley Patton
From Sahar’s Reviews’ Vault Every once in a while, I read a book that, when finished, leaves me content, happy and wrapped in a warm cocoon of happiness. Sieni A.M.’s debut novel, Illumine Her, was just this kind of book. Capturing me from the very first pages, it took me on a wonderful journey to… Read More Book Review: Illumine Her, by Sieni A.M.
This third book of the PSS Chronicles series by Ripley Patton continues the story of Olivia Black and her runaway friends, led by the elusive Marcus, straight after the brutal tragedy in the final pages of Ghost Hold. Some of the valiant band are held hostage, some are dead, some are hurt, and some on… Read More Book Review: ‘Ghost Heart’ by Ripley Patton