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
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
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
The Ask an Author feature, published twice a month on Friday afternoons, is getting increased attention through social media, bringing extra love and shedding light on some great authors. If you are an author who wants to be added to this list or a reader with a question, it would be a pleasure to hear… Read More Ask An Author: Do You Believe in the Existence of the Paranormal?
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
This second book by Jackie Fullerton is an enjoyable amateur detective story following Anne Marshall’s attempt to identify a law professor’s killer. When Professor Elliott Spence is killed in a hit and run, the police seem to be ignoring some vital information. Anne Marshall, a court reporter by day and law student by night, can’t… Read More Book Review: Revenge Served Cold by Jackie Fullerton
For those of you who, like me, don’t watch Supernatural only because of its inherent awesomeness, but also because of a fascination with all things paranormal and supernatural, here is the URL of a fellow blogger’s work in compiling material and his personal thoughts on the topic: http://www.thesupernatural.info/. It compiles not only reviews and thoughts… Read More Supernatural: Taking it another step further