Hey, everyone. It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for Tuesday Book Share. This week I review a collection of short stories written by various authors. If you enjoy mysteries, this book is for you. Blurb: Who knew death could be so eclectic? Relish this mesmerizing murder mystery mash-up of short stories. Murder and mystery... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. A couple of weeks ago, I shared how I had enjoyed reading short stories. One of the books I enjoyed is Jewel by Jan Sikes. Today, I'd like to share my review. Blurb: For almost eighteen years, Jewel has known little beyond hopelessness and hunger. Barely existing in a ramshackle cabin, on the... Continue Reading →
Hey, everyone. I don’t have a review or guest this week, but Unclear Purposes is getting some love over at Marcia’s blog today for Share a Review Tuesday. A bit of background. I never intended to write a series, but after a particular character demanded I tell his story in Unknown Reasons, I needed a... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone. A couple of weeks ago on Story Empire, Craig posted about the length of stories and our short attention spans. (If you haven't read that post, click here.) While I still love to read a well-written novel, I’ve enjoyed a few short stories this summer that are easily read in less than an... Continue Reading →
Hey, y'all. Earlier this summer you heard a lot about the third and final book of my Driscoll Lake Series, Unclear Purposes. Each of the three books is special to me but I have to say, I enjoyed writing the second one the most. The reason? A character, Brian Nichols, basically dictated how to write... 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 →
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 →
To say that my New Year’s post is a little late would be an understatement. It’s already February, and I’ve yet to write a blog post this year (aside from having a guest, C. S. Boyack and a reblog of Mae Clair’s post about her latest release). I started a draft, or at least I... 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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