Check out this post from my author blog.
Check out what’s new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore from this post on Sally Cronin’s blog.
Delighted to share the news of the latest book by Sue Coletta, Silent Mayhem, which is on pre-order at the special price of 99c/99p until April 24th.
About the book
Some things in life defy comprehension, but that doesn’t make them any less real. Or deadly.
When a familiar crow drops a cryptic scroll at Shawnee Daniels’ feet, she’s compelled to open it, even though everything in her power warns her not to. Mr. Mayhem—the most prolific serial killer the North Shore has ever known—claims her life is in danger. He “claims” he wants to help her, but just last year he threatened to murder everyone she loves.
While Mayhem taunts her with oddly-placed feathers, like The Creator left at his crime scenes, an interstate killing spree rocks Massachusetts and New Hampshire. A madman is decapitating men and women, dumping their headless corpses on two area beaches. But what…
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Check out this post from my author blog.
It’s been a week since my new book, kongo.com, was released. This was an interesting book to write. It contains three novellas that started as serials on my blog. The fourth novella is from an original story that has never been published. The intent of this story is to pull the other three together to show the ultimate goal of this corporation and the truth behind its technology.
In this post, I’m sharing the first part of this story. It’s called 3D life.
Fifteen-year-old Jeff Beckett clicked through the kongo.com web site nervously. His Uncle Steve gave him a $100 gift card and he couldn’t decide among the hundreds of thousands of things on which he could spend it. He knew whatever he picked would have to be approved by his mom. Ever since his dad left with a young analyst from his company, Mom had been…
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Check out this review of the book The Darkest Loop by: James Fant, as featured in this post from the PBS blog.
Title: The Darkest Loop
Author: James Fant
Paperback: 292 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 20, 2017)
*I received a copy of this book as a gift from the author some time ago. This review is long overdo.*
This is my second read from this author. I absolutely loved COEDand you can find my five-star review of that book here. I enjoy Fant’s writing style and how his characters always remind me of real people (which if you’ve been following my reviews long enough you know that’s my most favorite thing about books, good characterization and dialogue that sounds like real communication between people.)
On September 3, 2001 , Dallas gets a call from his friend Kevin inviting him to a BBQ during Labor Day Weekend. At the house Dallas meets Kevin’s sister Thena. Kevin and his wife Jasmine are trying to hook Dallas…
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Check out March Book Reviews, Part 2 from this post on Mae Clair’s blog.
I’m back with part two of my reviews for books I read in March. If you missed part one, you can find it here. To read the blurbs and learn about each title below, click the Amazon link after my review. I hope you discover something to add to your TBR!
By Sonja Yoerg
Iris grew up sheltered from modern society, living in a cabin in the woods with her parents and brother. When circumstances force her into the world, she stumbles into the life of Suzanne Blakemore and her family. Suzanne lives a picture-perfect life in a pristine house with a successful husband, a teenage daughter and college-age son. She spends her life running from one errand to the next, making certain everyone is taken care of, never slowing down to truly see or feel. And that’s what this book is about—becoming blind to routines and…
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Check out the book, Broose the Moose on the Loose! by Janice Spina as featured in this post from her Jem’s Books Blog.
It is difficult at times for children to know how important it is to be kind to others. In this Jemsbooks children’s book, children will read about Broose and find out how he reacted when he was treated kindly. He was kind in return. All Jemsbooks children’s books carry life lessons.
Broose the Moose on the Loose is a book that parents will love to add to their children’s library. Also available on Barnes & Noble.
Broose won a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award!
Broose is a sad moose who has no friends until he meets a young boy. Read what happens when Broose meets a boy with the same name as he.
I wrote this book and dedicated it to The Moosehill School. I dropped off a box of books to share with the children there. Broose was added to their window…
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Check out this review of the book, Girls With Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young, as featured in this post from the Books and Such blog.
The Girls of Innovations Academy are beautiful and well-behaved—it says so on their report cards. Under the watchful gaze of their Guardians, the all-girl boarding school offers an array of studies and activities, from “Growing a Beautiful and Prosperous Garden” to “Art Appreciation” and “Interior Design.” The girls learn to be the best society has to offer. Absent is the difficult math coursework, or the unnecessary sciences or current events. They are obedient young ladies, free from arrogance or defiance. Until Mena starts to realize that their carefully controlled existence may not be quite as it appears.
As Mena and her friends begin to uncover the dark secrets of what’s actually happening there—and who they really are—the girls of Innovations will find out what they are truly capable of. Because some of the prettiest flowers have the sharpest thorns.
Truth – I was skeptical about this book because of the…
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