Book Blitz: Superhero Syndrome

Urban Fantasy Date Published: September 2017 Tess McBray was dying. The Solstice Syndrome had no cure, and she resigned herself to an early grave. But just when she gave up on survival, all her symptoms mysteriously disappeared. All but one symptom, anyway. Something is wrong with Tess's hands. They absorb any material they touch, and... Continue Reading →

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Review: Traitor’s Hope

Traitor's Hope by Virginia McClain My rating: 3 of 5 stars First off, let me say I love the cover, so kudos to the artist. As a fan of Asian cultures, and Japanese in particular, I'm always drawn to books with an Eastern flavor to them. While there were some inconsistencies in McClain's use of... Continue Reading →

Spotlight: Traitor’s Hope

Traitors lurk around every bend. Mishi’s mind is betraying her, and she fears her kisō and katana will betray her next. Taka’s heart abandons her for a person she cannot possibly trust. Now that the two friends are obliged to help re-establish peace in the land of Gensokai, the only question is where the next... Continue Reading →

Review: The Eyre Affair

The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book was wonderfully whimsical, no topic left untouched by the wholly irreverent distortions of Fforde's world. As an English major, and life-long devourer of books, I was at least familiar with most of the works referenced in this story even if I... Continue Reading →

The No. 1 Bestseller from Germany - based on a true story! A story of true love ... So Near the Horizon by Jessica Koch Genre: NA Contemporary (based on a true story) Release Date: September 6th 2017 Summary: Seventeen-year-old Jessica has an uncomplicated life and a promising future. Leaving the house one evening, she... Continue Reading →

Review: Transference

Transference by Kate Jonuska My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars The only reason I can't give this book a perfect 5 is not because of the story or writing, but rather its need for a more thorough editing. I've long since resigned myself to the fact that all books are published with a few typos,... Continue Reading →

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