Hello awesome readers. Today I have a review for you of a historical nonfiction book that tells you the stories behind the art of British royals throughout the years. I have mixed feelings about this book. I thought it was a bit boring and repetitive, but history isn't my thing, so I can recommend it… Continue reading (REVIEW) Lust, Lies and Monarchy by Stephen Millar
Hey awesome readers. You guys ready for some feels and inspiration? Check out this book by our very awesome guest reviewer, and author Andrea Lechner-Becker. Sixty Days Left: A Novel "Don’t wait until you know when your life will end to begin living it. Do it now.” Blurb: Almost 40% of Americans will receive a… Continue reading *Spotlight* Recently Released – Sixty Days Left: A Novel by Andrea Lechner-Becker @AndreaElbee
Welcome to Teaser Tuesday, a Meme, created by The Purple Booker, that wants you to add books to your TBR, or just share what you are currently reading. It is very easy to play along: – Grab your current read – Open to a random page – Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that… Continue reading Teaser Tuesday ~ Jul. 17, 2018 ~ The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen @casorensen
The Buried Book Author: D. M. Pulley Category: Historical Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Coming of Age Suitable for: Adults My Rating: 4.5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle Pages: 412 Description: This book was a sad and heartwarming story about a nine year old boy who was abandoned by his mother. Jasper is confused as to why his… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Buried Book by D. M. Pulley @DMPulleyAuthor
Hello awesome readers. Today I am reading a book recommended to me by E. M. Jenkinson of The Ghastly Grimoire. Right away I recognized Dead Over Heels as a book on my TBR. What I didn't know was that I had miss-filed this book and had it sitting in the waiting room with all the full length… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Dead Over Heels by @tbraun_author
Hello awesome readers. Today I am delighted to share with you a special guest post about making the switch from writing novels to short stories. This inspirational and educational post is brought to us by one of our giveaway contributors, Eddie Generous. Training the Brain for Shorts Whether it’s Nanowrimo or the dream of seeing… Continue reading Training the Brain for Shorts – Guest Post by Eddie Generous @GenerousEd @UnnervingMag
You, Me and Us. by Liam Hurley was released today! Blurb: “F*** you for breaking my f***ing heart…” This is the heart-breaking yet hilarious story of Jimmy Rowland and Erin Poppet.
So, I finished this book before Halloween with all intentions of reviewing it around that time but I found this review to be difficult to write. I really did like the story but it has its flaws. Read on to see why I gave this spooky horror novel 3 stars. The Haunting of Barry's Lodge… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Haunting of Barry’s Lodge by Annie Walters
Update: I rarely (like never) change a rating but I'm changing this one from 3.5* to 4* because I found out that there IS a SEQUEL! Woohoo! My main issue was that this book didn't have a solid ending or a sequel, but now that I know there is a sequel (and I am even… Continue reading (REVIEW) Alien Love Story by AK Dawson @andrewkdawson #scifi #bookreview
Reluctant Courage: A Family’s Fight for Survival in Nazi Occupied Oslo by Rica Newbery It is 1942 in Oslo, two years into the German occupation of World War II. Maria and her three daughters are used to coping with the hardships of war, but when Maria’s husband leaves her for another woman and a German officer is billeted to their home, their troubles are only just beginning. Maria and her daughters must stop fighting with each other and find a way to survive through grief, dread and fear.
Hello wonderful readers. Today I have a great guest post for you from an author who donates half of his book proceeds to the prevention of child maltreatment. Please enjoy the following guest post by Robert Eggleton and find below more info about his cool book, Rarity from the Hollow. (Still a few days left… Continue reading Guest Post by Robert Eggleton @roberteggleton1 “Child Maltreatment and Futuristic Technologies”
THE BRINI BOY Some time ago I came across an amazing story; of how one boy fought to save his friend from the electric chair. I originally wrote this story as a screenplay. It seemed such an obvious candidate for a film I sent it off to Working Title TV. They were interested and even… Continue reading Guest Post by Jane McCulloch author of The Brini Boy @janemccwriter
Hello lovely readers, I have another special October creepy #ShortReadsSaturday review. This one is for those who like ghost stories that aren't too hardcore. Chills A Short Story Collection Author: Sahar Sabati Category: Short Scary Stories, Psychological Thriller, Ghosts Suitable for: Teens+ My Rating: 3.5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle copy provided by Lola's Blog… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Chills: A Short Story Collection by Sahar Sabati @Saharou
I am so excited to share this review with you. This is one of the best books I have read this year. It blew me away, spoiler alert - 5 Stars! I drank "Dont Be An Idjit" (Supernatural Fandom loose tea) with it. Which was citrusy and uplifting, perfect to pull me through the darkest moments of… Continue reading The Brothers Three by Layton Green (REVIEW) #mustread Fantasy
Stay tuned for more #horror genre #ShortReadsSaturdays for the month of October! Curfew A Short Story Author: Philip Harris Category: Horror, Short Story, Dystopian, Dark, Creature Horror, Suspense Thriller, Supernatural Suitable for: Adults My Rating: 4.5 Stars Format Read for Review: Kindle. Pages: 26 Description: As a child the most traumatic moment of his life was captured… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) Curfew by Philip Harris @SolitaryMindset