Review of Foreshock by Kari Gregg and Muses Upon a Earthquake

Before I get into my review, I want to say that I remember this day very well.  Before August 23, 2011, all the quakes felt here in the Washington Metropolitan area (MD-DC-VA) were very minor.  Most people were never even aware that they happened, so uneventful were they, along the lines of 2.1 or lower… Continue reading Review of Foreshock by Kari Gregg and Muses Upon a Earthquake

Review of The Storyteller by Blaine Arden

The Storyteller Rating:  4 stars The Storyteller is an amazing short story now available as a free read from Storm Moon Press.  It is narrated by Oleg, a young man who has been banished to his family’s country estate because of his blindness.  “Sightless, useless, an abomination”, he is tended to by Neiam who has been… Continue reading Review of The Storyteller by Blaine Arden

Review of The Ronin and The Fox by Cornelia Grey

Reviewed for JoyfullyJay on 3/10/12 Rating: 3.75 stars The Ronin And The Fox Following a dispute with his lord, Samurai Hajime left his master’s realm to become ronin, a masterless samurai.  As he journeys through one village, the innkeeper begs him to stay and help drive away a kitsune or fox spirit that is bedeviling… Continue reading Review of The Ronin and The Fox by Cornelia Grey

Review of Shattered Glass by Dani Alexander

Rating: 5 Stars At 26, Austin Glass appears to have it all. He’s a trust fund baby with a loving fiance. He drives fancy cars, wears tailored suits and is a decorated cop with his eye on advancement to the FBI.   His future is bright, shiny and planned out, including his rapidly approaching wedding.… Continue reading Review of Shattered Glass by Dani Alexander

A Review of Opposite Day by Erica Kealey

  This review was first posted on JoyfullyJayblog where I am a guest reviewer: Rating: 4.75 stars Davis Wheaton is having the bad day of all bad days.  His live-in boyfriend has cheated on him (not the first boyfriend to do so), his job and family are strangling him in expectations and demands, and it… Continue reading A Review of Opposite Day by Erica Kealey

A Review of Burn by T. J.Klune

This review was written for  and posted on JoyfullyJay on February 20, 2012: Rating: 3.75 stars Burn is the highly anticipated second book by author TJ Klune, whose debut novel, Bear, Otter And The Kid was a wonderful and well received story of a young man coming to term with his sexuality within the confines… Continue reading A Review of Burn by T. J.Klune

Review of Lessons in Discovery, Cambridge Fellows #3 by Charlie Cochrane

Rating: 5 stars Lessons In Discovery is the third in the Cambridge Fellows series, and the one that cemented my love for Jonty and Orlando. With the first book, the characters felt very removed and dispassionate. I loved the historical feel of the book, but the men? Not so much. The second book, Lessons in… Continue reading Review of Lessons in Discovery, Cambridge Fellows #3 by Charlie Cochrane

A New Delight – French Cooking At Home with Laura Calder

I love cooking shows.  They give me new ideas, they make me drool over spices, pastas, breads and knife skills.  I dream of new kitchens and Vulcan ovens.  It doesn’t matter if they are cooking Italian (think Giada) or New Orleans style (think Emeril), they are a constant source of delight. Recently, I was flipping… Continue reading A New Delight – French Cooking At Home with Laura Calder

LGBT Romance Spotlight: Goodreads M/M Romance Group

LGBT Romance Spotlight: Goodreads M/M Romance Group.I love Goodreads and stumbled upon the M/M Romance Group  quite by accident to my delight. Here the discussions are lively, and thought provoking.  The members always interesting and they love sharing the books they read, just like me. This interview with Heidi Cullinan, author and blogger of The… Continue reading LGBT Romance Spotlight: Goodreads M/M Romance Group