Book Thoughts: The Dark Half

Since I previously blogged about having recently finished re-reading The Dark Half by Stephen King, I figured I would share a little about my journey. A brief summary of the story: Thad has been writing under a pseudonym, George Stark, for a number of years. He's tired of it and when a journalist threatens to… Continue reading Book Thoughts: The Dark Half


Book Review: Ready Player One

Ready Player One By Ernest Cline Audio narrated by Wil Wheaton While I'm not the type of person who readily dives into this genre it was suggested to me by someone to read it. I'll admit I wasn't jumping on the bandwagon fast. I did purchase the story on and it remained on my… Continue reading Book Review: Ready Player One


Book Review: Falling Star by C.J. Wright

Falling Star by CJ Wright Meet Katie Jenkins. She, like many girls, has issues with self-confidence, wonders when a boy will look twice at her, and has a mom who works too much. But she’s different than most. She is special; at least according to her grandmother who passed away two years ago. Why, you… Continue reading Book Review: Falling Star by C.J. Wright


Book Review: Bad Direction

Bad Direction By Sherry Wood Imagine if the oh so sweet looking and decent appearances boy band One Direction was really a bunch of vicious, blood-sucking vampires? Sherry Wood has imagined something just like that. In her novel. Bad Direction is a boy band from Britian. They are living it up and living it large… Continue reading Book Review: Bad Direction


Book Review: His Mind Games

HIS MIND GAMES  by Rachel Dunning An inner world of magic and power. A lover. A night together - their first night. And then - disaster. He lost his mind, but she knew the truth. She knew. And so she ran, all the way down to Marfa Texas where she met...the man they call Jack.… Continue reading Book Review: His Mind Games


Book Review: Crow’s Row

Crow's Row by Julie Hockley  For college student Emily Sheppard, the thought of spending a summer alone in New York is much more preferable than spending it in France with her parents. Just completing her freshman year at Callister University, Emily faces a quiet summer in the city slums, supporting herself by working at the… Continue reading Book Review: Crow’s Row


Book Review: Relentless

Relentless by Karen Lynch 288 pgs Fantasy/Paranormal I  connected immediately with the protagonist Sara Grey. The author wrote a vivid, realistic character in a fantasy/paranormal. She done an exceptional job. With her father's murder haunting her, always wondering who or what killed him, her world is opened to the realms most choose to ignore. She… Continue reading Book Review: Relentless


Review: 25 Perfect Days

25 Perfect Days by Mark Tullius   Never have a read a book quite like this. Mark spins twenty-five short stories and that is a feat in itself. However, it gets even better! He builds a foundation and then weaves his magic in 25 unique ways to tell the story of what it looks like… Continue reading Review: 25 Perfect Days

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Review: Blakewood

Blakewood by Sable Grey   About the Book (from Goodreads) Elizabeth Mason has always been a governess but never for a household as larger or as strange as the one at Blakewood Manor. Upon her arrival, she soon finds that her beautiful new home is owned by a family of vampires. Despite her fears, she… Continue reading Review: Blakewood