One of the best (and hardest) parts of being a reviewer is reading an ARC before everyone else. As a reviewer I get to take a peek into a magical world before everyone else, and am dealt with the task of reviewing the work authentically and honestly. It is always my honor to reviewContinue reading “Review: From Paris to Forever by Savannah Blaize **UPDATED for order info**”
This is always fun! I absolutely love when I can participate in a blitz for a fellow author. Check this sweet cover out! Congratulations S.M. Lumetta! (You can now officially visit her in our Hall of Fame!) Series: Bodhi Beach #1 (Standalone) Genre: Romantic Comedy Cover Design: S.M. Lumetta Release Date: April 17, 2017 BLURBContinue reading “Cover Reveal: S.M. Lumetta’s FOX”
So. I’ve been chewing on how to change how I review books. I hate the star system. It doesn’t capture the depth of my review. I may love the characters but not the POV. I may also hate the ending but love the story. How do stars capture that? They don’t. For the sake ofContinue reading “Review Changes: Screw the Stars”
I finally found the guts to put my stories down on “paper” (see: screen). I have several ongoing stories I have feasted on for years and always hesitated on writing. What if no one reads my work? What if I don’t finish? What if its not good enough? Then I realized…. …….who cares? There areContinue reading “Finally writing my own story…..”
I meant to write this on the day of release (Feb 28), but life got in the way. That evil day job just had to interfere in my love for books. I happened to be off on BT Urruela’s release day. I chose to spend a few hours in the morning to read it. Continue reading “Review: Thirty Days: Part One by BT Urruela”
WOW! I finished this book on my kindle at lunch at my day job. What a great story by Nancee Cain. Rating: * * * * * Plot Without ruining the plot, the story is about a rebellious (yet very lovable) angel (Remi) sent from heaven to save the soul of Evangeline (Evie). From the momentContinue reading “Review: Saving Evangeline by Nancee Cain”
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