I didn’t’ know what to expect when I recently read the book called The Teeth of Giants by Gordon Wallis. I saw the cover and got excited about the elephant on it, so I signed up to be part of a blog tour for the novel. Unfortunately, it wasn’t just about elephants, Continue reading “The Teeth of Giants by Gordon Wallis – A Book Review”
Hey folks, this week I would like to share with you the book called Radical Acceptance written by Tara Brach.
I know I have written about this book in the past, but I just finished rereading it. I was feeling a bit down and needed a pick me up. Today I still feel a bit crappy, but at least I can now reflect on the book and accept what is happening at the moment Continue reading “Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach – Book Review for Monday Motivation”
Recently I had the privilege of getting my hands on a copy of G. Edward Smith‘s book called The Collection: Flash Fiction & Short Stories.
First, it was the story, A Strange Kind of Courage: When Life Matters, and then again in An Atheists Suicide.
Within the second story I mentioned, the main character, Connor Thompson, is in search of the life long question, what happens after death?
Do you know the answer, and is it an easy one?
Did you say yes? No? Continue reading “Is There Life After Death?”
Junkies of horror and short stories look no farther and feast your eyes on the brand-new tale weaved by Jamie Stewart titled Trick or Treat.
For a limited time, pick up your copy FREE right here! Trick or Treat!
If I do say so myself, I found that it had the right dose of spookiness and chilling details to fill your craving of a supernatural high.
While brewing up his tale, you can tell the author cleverly placed all the ingredients he needed into his literary pot to serve you a lethal dose of the creeps. The parts of the story blended together smoothly just like a creamy fatal elixir, and just like a pusher of the spooks, he had no problem making you devour his creation. Continue reading “Free -Trick or Treat – May 10 to 14”
Rogue archeologist Marah Chase is approached by MI6 with an impossible mission: to help them recover a lost treasure with the potential to destroy humanity.
Once a rising star in the field of archaeology, Marah Chase is now a black-market treasure hunter, her services available to the highest bidder. But when she s caught “rescuing” relics in Syria before they’re destroyed by war, an MI6 officer named Joanna Mason approaches her with an offer she can’t refuse: help save the world or rot in prison.
All Chase has to do is find Alexander the Great s lost tomb, recover an ancient weapon of mass destruction he may have used to conquer the earth, and destroy it before the bad guys can get it. Among those adversaries are a powerful church that believes in a forgotten epoch of advanced alien technology, the white supremacist thugs in its employ, and the rival archaeologist who recently left Chase for dead.
Chase can’t resist a challenge or the British spy recruiting her. There’s just one problem. If Chase has any hope of unearthing Alexander’s tomb before the forces hot on her heels do, she’ll need the help of the one person she’s been afraid to see since her fall from grace: Zoe Forrester, the heir to a hidden journal that holds the key and Chase’s ex-girlfriend.
A contemporary homage to the best adventure stories of literature, television, and film, Marah Chase and the Conqueror’s Tomb is an action-packed, globe-trotting quest, perfect for anyone who’s ever thought Indy really ought to be Jewish, female, and gay.