Lacewood is the first novel I’ve read by author Jessica James. I kept seeing posts about the book earlier in the summer through my Triberr feed and decided to check it out. I admit the author’s name drew me in as I have a family member with the same name, but she doesn’t write books!... Continue Reading →
Hey, y'all. I managed to do a little reading last week. Of course, I didn't do a lot of writing, but that's another story. Anyway, a couple of weeks ago friend and fellow author Staci Troilo posted a review of Rachel Caine's Stillhouse Lake Series. I'd had the first book on my reading list for... Continue Reading →
Hey, Readers. Hope you are enjoying the summer. So far, it's been a relaxing one for me. I've endeavoured to do more reading and have made a little progress with my Goodreads challenge. I recently came across the above quote by author Stephen King and it hit close to home. (My TBR list is still... Continue Reading →
Hi Readers. Some of you have been around for a while and know that I've hosted author Mae Clair. Mae is one of those writers that I always look forward to her new releases because I know I'm going to enjoy the book. Her latest release, End of Day, didn't disappoint me. Blurb: The past... Continue Reading →
Author Colleen Chesebro posted a wonderful review of Quantum Wanderlust today on her blog. Check it out!
Title: Quantum Wanderlust
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Publication Date: September 16, 2017
Formats: Paperback & Kindle
Genres: Time Travel, Science Fiction, Dystopian, Science Fiction & Fantasy
IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS:
What if you had all the time in the world?
Thirteen authors answer that question with short stories about time travel. Go back in time to right a wrong, forward to see the future. No jump is too large, no method unfeasible, no lesson beyond learning.
• Visit the past to learn a family secret.
• See the formation of a future dictatorship.
• Assume responsibility for weaving the fabric of…
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With the onset of online shopping, digital books, self-publishing, and such book reviews are an author's lifeline. They can make or break a book. Amazon is the number one place to post reviews, and many people will go there to read reviews even if they purchase a book through Barnes and Nobel, Kobo, iBooks, and... Continue Reading →
Annaveta Travotsky is a young girl poised on the brink of womanhood in 1913 Russia. She is the oldest child in a family of Russian peasants. Life is hard for the Travotsky family as it was for most peasant families. Her father arranges for her to marry a man whom she doesn’t love. When tragedy strikes, turning Annaveta’s world upside down.
Lizzie Clydell is a young woman struggling to come to terms with her own tragic past—the death of her parents. When her grandmother invites her to a meeting of the local genealogy group, she reluctantly agrees in order appease her grandmother. "It’s just a little family history. What could go wrong?"