Guest Post for Deliver Us Book Tour

Today I’m hosting a guest post about the important parts of writing a great novel, by suspense author Santino Reynolds. Follow the author on: Facebook, Goodreads or Twitter. Guest Post: Power To The People The Most Important Part Of A Great Novel I’ve lived somewhat of a gypsy life, having lived in six different states […]

Starter Day Party Deliver Us

We’re hosting the starter day party for Deliver Us today, a suspense novel written by author Santino Reynolds. Tour Schedule September 20th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading September 21st: Guest Post and Giveaway @ Sik Book Reviews September 22nd: Book Excerpt @ Bossy Book Babes September 24th: Author Interview @ Frankie Blooding September […]

Book Review: Seven Point Eight (The First Chronicle #1) by Marie Harbon

Title: Seven Point Eight (The First Chronicle #1) Author: Marie Harbon Genre: Science-Fiction, Thriller, Fantasy Publisher: Createspace Publication Date: April 6th 2012 Author Website | Goodreads | Amazon | B&N Review copy provided by the author in exchange for honest review. Seven Point Eight: The most powerful number in the universe. The number that connects […]

Book Review: The Vanishing Game

Title: The Vanishing Game Author: Kate Kae Meyers Genre: Thriller, YA, Supernatural Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Publication Date: February 14th 2012 Goodreads | Amazon | B&N Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. Seventeen-year-old Jocelyn follows clues apparently from her dead twin, Jack, in and around Seale House, the terrifying foster home where they once […]

Book Review: The Wicked and The Just by J. Anderson Coats

Title: The Wicked and The Just Author: J. Anderson Coats Genre: Historical Fiction, YA, Mystery Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publication Date: April 17th 2012 Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. Cecily’s father has ruined her life. He’s moving them to occupied Wales, where the king needs good […]

Book Review: The Angel Maker by Stefan Brijs

Title: The Angel Maker Author: Stefan Brijs Genre: Thriller, Science Fiction, Mystery, Literature Publisher: Penguin Books Publication Date: December 30th 2008 Goodreads | Amazon | B&N A literary page-turner about one man’s macabre ambition to create life-and secure immortality The village of Wolfheim is a quiet little place until the geneticist Dr. Victor Hoppe returns […]

Book Review: Dissolution (Matthew Shardlake #1) by C.J. Sansom

That said, Dissolution reminded me an awful lot of The Name of The Rose. Unfortunately though, The Name of The Rose was a lot better. I have nothing against C.J. Sansom’s writing style or narrative, but it pales in comparison to this classic. In the abbey of Scarnsea, a commissioner sent by Cromwell himself, who was evaluating the monestary, was found murdered. Shardlake and his assistant travel to the abbey to find the identity of the murderer and solve the crime. But as soon as they arrive in Scarnsea, it’s obvious that they’re the target of a menacing presence who wouldn’t back away from hurting them as well. Secrets are buried deep inside the monestary, and Shardlake needs to find them before they find him.

Book Review: Beneath The Shadows by Sara Foster

If you’re as much of a fan of gothic horror as I am, then the synopsis of Beneath The Shadows probably intrigues you more than you’d like to admit. It was the synopsis that first drew me in for this story, but it definitely didn’t dissapoint. It’s a bit less gothic than I would’ve liked, but it does its best to be a gothic horror with a modern twist, and it succeeds in that department. The only problem? To me, it read more like women’s fiction meets mystery. Or even a cozy mystery of sorts. There were creepy, ghostly elements, but they were either quickly dismissed or offered little to nothing to the story. This could’ve been handled differently, better even, by living up to its genre and giving the reader true gothic horror.

Book Review: Abandoned (Smoky Barrett #4) by Cody McFadyen

I purchased Abandoned at a booksale last year for the very low price of $1. The best dollar ever spent, if you ask me. Sure, I wouldn’t rate this book a five star, but it was a decent, satisfactory read that kept me chilled the entire time. I had to keep on turning pages to find out what would happen next to the main characters, and if that happens, it’s always a great sign.

Starter Day Party The Rebel Princess Tour

I’m hosting a starter day party for The Rebel Princess Tour today. The Rebel Princess is a contemporary romance novel by author Anne M. Strick. Tour Schedule August 15th: Starter Day Parrty @ I Heart Reading August 16th: Excerpt and Giveaway @ Serenity’s Lovely Reads August 17th: Guest Post @ Library Mosaic August 18th: Excerpt […]