Book Review: Contained by S. L. Harpel

Contained is S. L. Harpel’s debut novel. It is a young adult, science-fiction tale built around a young girl, Ella, who finds herself torn between two worlds. Ella was born in the Outskirts, the barren wasteland that covers most of the planet after man has destroyed it with biological weapons. While still a small child, […]

Book Review: Tokyo Story by Tereza Mackova

What would you be willing to do to find the one that got away? Would you travel to another country? Would you comb the streets of a foreign city? Such questions form the basis of Tokyo Story by Tereza Mackova. Tokyo Story Tokyo Story, Tereza Mackova’s debut novel, tells the tale of Alice. In her […]

The Top 7 Best Michael Crichton Books

Michael Crichton was an amazingly talented author that we lost much too soon. Crichton finished his writing journey in 2008, but I firmly believe his legacy and books will last for eternity. One of my favorite authors (it’s so hard to try to narrow that list down), I have read almost everything that Crichton wrote. […]

Review – Mall Hair Maladies by Kristy Jo Volchko

Book Review: Mall Hair Maladies by Kristy Jo Volchko Mall Hair Maladies is told in first-person from the perspective of fourteen-year-old Tanya Sheffield. As she states in the beginning of the book, “All it takes is one chance meeting or moment to change everything.” Tanya’s life is changed by meeting her new best-friend, Randi Gattano. […]

Review: Beginner Internet Marketing Series by Gundi Gabrielle

The following books are exactly what you need. If you are new to blogging, or even not so new, you should read Gundi Gabrielle’s Beginner Internet Marketing Series. The series is geared to beginner bloggers, but there is a lot of information and resources that will be of benefit to any blogger. My original intention […]

Book Review – A Sword in Time by Cidney Swanson

A Sword in Time is the third book in the Thief in Time Series by Cidney Swanson. The time travel series is geared toward a young adult audience.

Book Review: Getting Home – The 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back Programme

Thank you so much to tropicalmary.com for publishing my first official review for Getting Home. Click through the link to read: via Book Review: Getting Home – The 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back Programme

Review: Working Stiffs by Scott Bell

Scott Bell’s Working Stiffs is a new twist on the dystopian zombie genre. Rather than being created from the bite of another zombie, these zombies, called Revivants, are created by injected nanobots as a scientific solution to cheap and endless labor.

Review: The Cairo Accord (Hadrian’s Gate Series) by Georgia Knight

Mr. Bowen creates such detailed and vivid descriptions that you cannot help but experience the worlds he has created.