A review of “Sam: A Horror Mystery Novel (Possession)” Iain Rob Wright

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - October 2015 I really wanted to read Sam partly in an effort to overcome one of my fears and also because Iain Rob Wright is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. As a rule, I do NOT do demonic possession books. Give me the crazed slasher, chainsaw … Continue reading A review of “Sam: A Horror Mystery Novel (Possession)” Iain Rob Wright

A review of “Ravage: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads - September 2015 Another take on the apocalypse I decided to read this book after a glut of mystery and romance because I needed something sane. Yes, for me ZA is "sane" as it is typically my genre of choice. I really love the fact that it seems that … Continue reading A review of “Ravage: An Apocalyptic Horror Novel” by Iain Rob Wright

A review of “Everything Burns” by Vincent Zandrini

Posted to Amazon and Goodreads - January 2015 Pyromania Noir Madness! I received this copy as my second free pre-release selection via the Kindle First program. Let's just say that once I started reading this book I couldn't put it down... may have even gotten caught reading when I was supposed to be working a … Continue reading A review of “Everything Burns” by Vincent Zandrini

A review of “Silent Echo” by J.R. Rain

Posted to Amazon and Goodreads - November 2013 A good quick read I received this as an advance copy for my Kindle and had never read anything by J.R. Rain before. The characters drew me in immediately and  were very well developed. In fact, if it weren't for trying to read this in addition to … Continue reading A review of “Silent Echo” by J.R. Rain

A review of “Freezing Point (Point Series Book 1)” By Karen Dionne

Originally posted to Amazon and Goodreads in May 2013 An environmental thriller Imagine yourself in the Arctic, on mass of ice as part of scientific research. There is a new initiative to melt icebergs and provide clean water to the countries of the world. Now, imagine something goes horribly wrong. Almost everyone at the research … Continue reading A review of “Freezing Point (Point Series Book 1)” By Karen Dionne

A review of “Titanic with ZOMBIES” by Richard Brown

Originally posted to  Amazon and Goodreads May 2013 The Walking Dead come to the White Star Line   I went into this with an open mind. Being a Titanic "purist" of sorts, I don't normally take kindly to anything that attempts to rewrite the story. It did look interesting, and since I was having "Walking … Continue reading A review of “Titanic with ZOMBIES” by Richard Brown

A review of “2060: The Peacekeeper (A Dystopian Thriller) by Robert Culligan

Initially posted on Amazon and Goodreads in March 2013 A fast paced ride that left me wanting more!   Set in a future dystopian New York City complete with GPS trackers and hover-vehicles, 2060 On the Run drew me in and refused to let me go. At roughly 40 pages, this book was less of … Continue reading A review of “2060: The Peacekeeper (A Dystopian Thriller) by Robert Culligan

A review of “Titanic A-Z, The Story of the World’s Most Famous Shipwreck” by Judy Nichols

Posted to Goodreads and Amazon February 2013 A great resource to teach the children about Titanic   Being a Titanic fanatic since my youth, I was glad to see this available on Kindle. I picked it up for my six year old and together we read through it as part of his homework assignments. This … Continue reading A review of “Titanic A-Z, The Story of the World’s Most Famous Shipwreck” by Judy Nichols

A reveiw of “Endurance: A Novel of Terror” by J.A. Konrath

Posted to Amazon and Goodreads in February 2013 Not bad. Pretty typical crazy family horror but not bad at all.   I was first exposed to Jack Kilborn with the kindle single "Serial" that he wrote with Blake Crouch, and I have to admit I was not impressed. This story was an improvement. Set in … Continue reading A reveiw of “Endurance: A Novel of Terror” by J.A. Konrath

A review of “Mindjacker” by Sean Patrick Reardon

Posted to Amazon and Goodreads February 2013 Maybe it was the print to digital transcription? I went into this book not sure what to expect, and I wasn't completely disappointed. The premise is very interesting in a "this could actually happen one day" sort of way. There was an abundance of profanity and violence, but … Continue reading A review of “Mindjacker” by Sean Patrick Reardon