Random Reading – Genre-bending suspense

I have a problem. I know too many authors, which means it’s hard for me to keep up with their books. So, apologies to Sally Kilpatrick and Susan Crawford for the delay in my reading and/or reviewing your new releases. Besides being written by authors I admire both personally and professionally, these two books have … Continue reading Random Reading – Genre-bending suspense

Characters on the Couch: Leanna Renee Hieber’s Percy and Alexi

I am absolutely thrilled that my first Character(s) on the Couch interview for my new website is with the elegant, talented, and all around cool person Leanna Renee Hieber and her two leads from her recently re-released novel Strangely Beautiful. I took it with me on a recent conference trip to Denver and might have … Continue reading Characters on the Couch: Leanna Renee Hieber’s Percy and Alexi

Announcing a sale and blog tour – updated 11/10

The third Lycanthropy Files book Blood’s Shadow will be coming out electronically on November 25. If you want to catch up on the series, now is a good time because The Mountain’s Shadow and Long Shadows ebooks are now on sale for 99 cents and $1.99, respectively, at all ebook retailers (see links above for excerpts and sale links). … Continue reading Announcing a sale and blog tour – updated 11/10

Book Review and Character Interview: Snow the Vampire Slayer

This week I’m happy to welcome characters from Rebekah Ganiere‘s new book Snow the Vampire Slayer. But first the gorgeous cover: BLURB: Lady Snow Gwyn is tired of playing “mother” to her seven Vampire Slaying brothers. For the past two years, she’s yearned to be out there fighting at their side as they hunt for … Continue reading Book Review and Character Interview: Snow the Vampire Slayer

Book Reviews: Red the Were Hunter and Solace Shattered

So the theme of my reviews this evening is fantasy from the urban fantasy writer’s perspective. First, my long overdue review of Rebekah Ganiere’s novel Red the Were Hunter. What if you were the key to an ancient prophecy that would begin to heal your lands, but fulfilling your destiny meant you had to turn … Continue reading Book Reviews: Red the Were Hunter and Solace Shattered

Review Roundup for Cyber Monday: Mindfulness and The Mountain’s Shadow

My blog tour ended up coinciding with two of the busiest weeks I’ve ever had at my practice, so I wasn’t able to post reviews or links to guest posts as they occurred. Yeah, until my writing really takes off, the day job and its demands have to take priority. Someday… Until then, it’s been … Continue reading Review Roundup for Cyber Monday: Mindfulness and The Mountain’s Shadow

Book Review: Chick Lit Plus

My blog tour set up through Chick Lit Plus starts today with a review by Samantha herself:While this isn’t my normal style of reading material, this book really had me hooked. The writing was really strong – from introducing us to the characters, setting the scene, and really unraveling a complex story filled with twists… … Continue reading Book Review: Chick Lit Plus

Book Review: Finding the Moon in Sugar by Gint Aras

It’s hard to write, finish, and revise a book, and it takes courage and money to get it out there. Readers who are interested in self-published books but who don’t want to waste their time on low-quality ones need a place to go for reviews. I’ll post a review of a self-published book the first … Continue reading Book Review: Finding the Moon in Sugar by Gint Aras

Book Review: From Sea to Shining Sea On U.S. 20…

It’s hard to write, finish, and revise a book, and it takes courage and money to get it out there if the author wants to self-publish. Readers who are interested in self-published books but who don’t want to waste their time on low-quality ones need a place to go for reviews. I’ll post a review … Continue reading Book Review: From Sea to Shining Sea On U.S. 20…

Book Review: The Golden Cockerel by Kenneth G. Allen, Jr.

It’s hard to write, finish, and revise a book, and it takes courage and money to get it out there if the author wants to take the self-published route. Readers who are interested in self-published books but who don’t want to waste their time on low-quality ones need a place to go for reviews. My … Continue reading Book Review: The Golden Cockerel by Kenneth G. Allen, Jr.