Review: Gravemound by Kim Fielding

Rating: 5🌈 The blurb doesn’t begin to tell a reader exactly how unusual and amazing a story Gravemound is. Much like Grimm’s tales but containing far more hope and light at the end then Grimm ever included, this novella takes on such large themes as grief, abandonment, deep loss, alienation, and fear. And through a… Continue reading Review: Gravemound by Kim Fielding

Review: Limelight (Vino & Veritas #15) by E. Davies

Rating: 3.5🌈 Here I am diving back into the Vino and Veritas series and Burlington,Vermont. It’s like coming home. A bit of a change here in that the main characters are only peripherally connected to V & V instead of working at either establishment. Caleb Holt, poet and accountant, adorable nerd , goes to live… Continue reading Review: Limelight (Vino & Veritas #15) by E. Davies

Review : Fathers of the Bride by Marshall Thornton

Rating: 5 🌈 I’ve so often associated Marshall Thornton with his outstanding but often gritty , and dark stories and series (Boystown series and Pinx Video Mysteries series, both must reads) that I forget this author also writes extremely funny, effervescent novels. Such as Fathers of the Bride, just released. Incredibly witty, often with on… Continue reading Review : Fathers of the Bride by Marshall Thornton

Review: Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters

Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters Rating: 4.25 🌈. First thing this book taught me? Don’t judge a story by it’s “CRASH !!!”. Outside of comic books (awesome) and the Adam West Batman tv series ( equally awesome), a word like that is most likely to be followed by a KERPOW!… Continue reading Review: Dragon Ever After (Here Be Dragons #1) by Louisa Masters