A MelanieM Review: The Worst Bad Thing by J.E. Birk

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Iceland, Stonehenge, London, Paris…. To the casual observer, it looks like a dream trip. For Tate O’Reilly, it’s anything but. He’s a man on a mission to rectify a critical mistake, and there’s nothing to hold him back—certainly not friends or family. For Tate, it all comes down to… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: The Worst Bad Thing by J.E. Birk

A Free Dreamer Review: The Empty Hourglass (Deal with a Devil) by Cornelia Grey

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 Thomas Escott has always wanted to be a toymaker, yet just as he achieves his dream, an accident claims his right hand. He’s certain his life is over—until he hears about groundbreaking prosthetics being made by a reclusive inventor. Jethro Hastings is perfectly content to live alone up in… Continue reading A Free Dreamer Review: The Empty Hourglass (Deal with a Devil) by Cornelia Grey

Love Alternative Romance? Don’t Miss Out On Dusk Peterson’s ‘Rebirth’ (Excerpt and Giveaway)

Rebirth (The Eternal Dungeon # 1) by Dusk Peterson Release Date: February, 2016 Goodreads Link Publisher: Love in Dark Settings Press Cover Artist: Dusk Peterson Blurb “‘This prisoner deserves special treatment.’ The hooded man looked over at the young man again.” Elsdon Taylor, a prisoner accused of committing a terrible murder. Layle Smith, a torturer with… Continue reading Love Alternative Romance? Don’t Miss Out On Dusk Peterson’s ‘Rebirth’ (Excerpt and Giveaway)

What Happens After ‘The Worst Bad Thing’? J.E. Birk Talks Inspiration, Characters and ‘The Worst Bad Thing’ (author guest blog)

The Worst Bad Thing by J.E. Birk Dreamspinner Press Cover art by Catt Ford Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words is happy to  have J.E. Birk here today to share some thoughts about writing and her latest release, The Worst Bad Day.  Welcome, J.E, we have a few questions for you this morning. Where do you… Continue reading What Happens After ‘The Worst Bad Thing’? J.E. Birk Talks Inspiration, Characters and ‘The Worst Bad Thing’ (author guest blog)