A review of “The Sea Was A Fair Master” by Calvin Demmer

Full disclosure, I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.   The Sea Was A Fair Master is set for a June 5,2018 release.   A flash fiction compilation that may give you nightmares   The Sea Was … Continue reading A review of “The Sea Was A Fair Master” by Calvin Demmer

A review of “Kinky Bones: (Wildcat Wizard Book 7)” by Al K. Line

Full Disclosure – I was provided a copy of the book by the author as a member of his “A-Team”, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. Something Witchy Kinky Bones is the seventh book in the Wildcat Wizard series by author Al. K. Line and for me, this … Continue reading A review of “Kinky Bones: (Wildcat Wizard Book 7)” by Al K. Line

A review of “The Staircase of Fire (A Shakertown Adventure Book 3) by Ben Woodard

Full Disclosure – I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. “The Staircase of Fire (A Shakertown Adventure Book 3)” is scheduled for a May 25, 2018 release A thought-provoking coming of age story The Staircase of Fire … Continue reading A review of “The Staircase of Fire (A Shakertown Adventure Book 3) by Ben Woodard

A review of “Stone Groove (Dale Conley Action Thrillers Series Book 1)” by Erik Carter

Full Disclosure – I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.   History Repeats   Over the course of a few days, an entire community goes missing. Over 100 men, women, and children vanish, with the only clue … Continue reading A review of “Stone Groove (Dale Conley Action Thrillers Series Book 1)” by Erik Carter

A review of “AndroDigm Park 2067” by JMJ Williamson

Full disclosure, I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.   AndrodigmPark 2067 is scheduled for an April 23,2018 release.   A futuristic Noir thriller   The year is 2067, and the centennial anniversary of the “summer … Continue reading A review of “AndroDigm Park 2067” by JMJ Williamson

A review of “-100: A Time-Travel Horror Romance” by Jonathan Maas

Full disclosure, I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.   To change your future, change your past   Kela and Adam seem to be made for each other. She is brilliant beyond measure and Adam gets … Continue reading A review of “-100: A Time-Travel Horror Romance” by Jonathan Maas

A review of “Murder in Little Shendon” by A.H. Richardson

Full disclosure, I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, I have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.   Murder in a small town   In the small village of Little Shendon sometime after the first war, a local shopkeeper is bludgeoned to death in … Continue reading A review of “Murder in Little Shendon” by A.H. Richardson

A review of “Perfectly Weird: The Perfects Book 2” by Amy Martin

Strange Days   Perfectly Weird is the second in The Perfects series of books by Amy Martin. Following the same timeline as Perfectly Normal, this instalment tells Dani McGuire’s story as the popular cheerleader wakes up on the floor of her former friend’s childhood home. Having assumed the body of her former friend Janey Douchette, … Continue reading A review of “Perfectly Weird: The Perfects Book 2” by Amy Martin

A review of “Vic Boyo, Doofus Detective in: Double Murders are Twice as Bad” by Milo James Fowler

Full disclosure – I was provided with a copy of this book by the author, however, have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. A hilarious screwball noir set in 1930s NYC Vic Boyo, Doofus Detective in: Double Murders are Twice as Bad is the newest book by Speculative Fictioneer Milo … Continue reading A review of “Vic Boyo, Doofus Detective in: Double Murders are Twice as Bad” by Milo James Fowler