Gold Skies Blog Tour & Giveaway

facebook Twitter instagram RSS A wave of pain rippled through my back, and I groaned. It is time that she learned her place. Worry surged through me as Mujadin’s threat from the platform echoed in...

Wavehouse Blog Tour & Giveaway

Twitter facebook RSS My stomach seized and spasmed. Even watching other kids compete seemed to make me queasy. Sketching, I knew, would calm my nerves; I opened my sketchbook and looked through the...

The Archivist Blog Tour & Giveaway

  instagram "You know he’s using you, right?” God. I just wanted to shelve books and then … well I had things to do after everyone left. Jessa Walsh insisted on being that little annoying angel on...

Bite Me Blog Tour & Giveaway

  instagram Thank you for the interview Louise, can you tell our readers a bit about yourself? Thank you for interviewing me! I grew up in San Diego which is why all of my books take place in...

I Go Schooled by Emma Chase and Loved it!

THE LATEST ROMANCE series FROM EMMA CHASE is a winner! GETTING SCHOOLED by Emma ChaseI cried, I swooned, and I fell in love with the characters from Emma Chase's GETTING SCHOOLED. I might have even...

A Million Little Things – Is Literally a Book About a Million Little Things…Go Figure

The third book in the Mischief Bay series is basically a stand-alone. You don’t have to read the fist two books to enjoy A Million Little Things. Each book in the series is about a group of women that all have different problems, come together in different ways, and work their way through their issues with friendship and understanding. I would put this firmly in women’s fiction category, and if you like real-world issue based novels this is the one for you. Mallery is an excellent writer and portrays contemporary problems with finesse. While my tastes lend more to fantastical fiction, I did enjoy the story of the three women in A Million Little Things, but I don’t know if I’ll read more in the series. Again, personal taste, not because the story isn’t well done.

Normal by Graeme Cameron

PJV Quickie: NORMAL by Graeme Cameron was a novel written in the spirit of books like AMERICAN PSYCHO and true crime novels, you are saturated in the mind of a serial killer. It’s not always a very comfortable place to be, but you might just enjoy reading about this particular killer… Review: Graeme gets props right off the back for channeling a serial killer, unless of course he actually “wrote...

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