Looking for something new to read? Here are my thoughts on books in all sorts of categories. Horror, science fiction, biography, you name it!
What do you get when you take a Dave Batista’s Stuber, introduce him to the Charlie’s Angels Drew Barrymore, add Orphan Annie and friends (without the cute signing and crap), mix in the Taliban, and then throw in Desert Storm’s Oliver North? Barry Kirwan’s book, “When the Children Come.” Synopsis Nathan, emotionally scarred after three… Read More ›
Storm by Keith D. Graham Synopsis Easy going, likable Doug Adams is a meteorologist on his local TV station just trying to get through life. Then, a STORM of epic proportions brings a horrific plague to his home state of Florida. Now Doug and his new friends must try to figure out how to cope… Read More ›
Synopsis When Riley watched Chroma, the latest movie by Armani Manora, he had no idea how much his life was about to change. Riley’s parents, Jean and Paul, are currently getting divorced, and they have managed to keep the situation hidden from Riley, until now. They were unaware of the effects this was having on… Read More ›
A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden is a fantastic start to a series about a dark and distant future. When I got a copy of this novel, I only had a slight idea of what this book was about and honestly, I wasn’t sure I would like it. Lucky for me, I enjoyed it… Read More ›
Synopsis What does a sixteenth-century Scotsman, two opposing alien races, three countries, and four centuries have in common with the Loch Ness Monster? Join McDougal as he travels around the world and space in his quest to save and protect his new friends, the Tacharan. Or as the world knows them, The Loch Ness Monster!
Books-ahoy book my book people! I just got finished reading the newest short story by the mighty author Jamie Stewart, and for some reason, and now I can’t get the melody of “Oops!… I Did It Again” out of my head.
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