National Pet Memorial Day Reads

In honor of National Pet Memorial Day, tomorrow on September 12, we would like to post about some of our favorite reads in honor of beloved pets who are no longer with us. Stacy's Choice: A World Without Color: A True Story of the Last Three Days With My Cat By Bernard Jan One story.... Continue Reading →

Scorpid, New Release!

Blurb: When man toys with nature, nature strikes back.Dr. Haylen Bennett, a genetic scientist at the Center for Biological Defense Research, and colleague Dr. Sarah Li, live quiet lives on a remote island base. When ordered to perfect an organic natural armor able to withstand .50 caliber AP rounds, it’s just another job for them.Suddenly... Continue Reading →

Reviews of A Queen’s Spy by Sam Burnell

Blurb:  A gripping Historical Adventure set in 16th Century Tudor England. Elizabeth Tudor needs a hero. Murder, Mystery & Intrigue with a Splash of Romance. Based on actual historical events, an epic tale of a young Tudor nobleman’s courage as he tries to keep his future Queen safe in one of England’s most turbulent eras.... Continue Reading →

Review: Brother My Brother

Brother My Brother: A Tale of the South By Jessica McDonald Description: In the heart of the South, a family is torn apart. But by the Grace of God they find the strength to stand firm against the flowing tide of sorrow and hardship. Daisy's Review: This is a Christian historical fiction novel about a... Continue Reading →

Review of Oracus: The Lavorian Rider, Interview With Author Paul Gaskill, and A Giveaway for the Book!

My Review:  ****stars! Oracus is the main character in this young adult fantasy. I loved it! Oracus is unaware of his destiny as a Lavorian Rider, but things change rather quickly. He had lived his entire life of 19 yrs. in the isolated little village of Thessly, so isolated that the inhabitants were unaware of... Continue Reading →

Review of List of 10, Interview With Author C. L. Swinney, and Enter to Win 1 of 2 Copies of List of 10!

Blurb: A narcissistic professional photographer lived a dangerous double life as a serial killer. He'd focus his rage on prostitutes mostly. It wasn't uncommon for him to bring them home then try to explain why they were there to his wife. Sexual urges met, either via rape or after paying for kinky sex, the killer would... Continue Reading →

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