Counter Culture by J.L. Merrow Riptide Publishing Published November 4th 2019 Cover Art: LC Chase Sales Links: Riptide Publishing | Amazon | Barnes&Noble | Kobo Hi, I’m JL Merrow, and I’m delighted to be here today to celebrate the release of my new rom-com, Counter Culture, which features a clash of cultures between a… Continue reading In The Spotlight Tour and Giveaway:Counter Culture by JL Merrow.
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 When Jez’s best friend Tel is hit by a car while riding his motorcycle, it not only lands Tel in the hospital but costs him his newest, unread comic book. So with Tel looking at a long stay in the hospital, Jez sets out to replace the comic and… Continue reading Review: It’s All Geek to Me by J.L. Merrow
ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords is so happy to have J.L. Merrow with us today to talk about her latest release, It’s All Geek To Me! Holding out for a hero Hi, I’m JL (Jamie) Merrow, and I’m here today as part of the “It’s All Geek to Me blog tour. It’s great to be here on Scattered Thoughts… Continue reading Getting Our Geek On with J.L. Merrow! It’s All Geek To Me Book Tour and Contest!
So one of the most strained and contentious Olympics has begun, that of Putin’s Sochi Olympics. Eyes are on NBC to see how they report on the many issues that abound at Sochi as well as on the athletic contests and the olympians that compete. In the past, NBC has been almost too reverential… Continue reading The Sochi Olympics Have Arrived and the Week Ahead in Reviews
It was a great month in book reviews. While most of the book fell into the contemporary fiction category, there was a book in just about every genre. One of my favorites this month was Fragile Bond by Rhi Etzweiler, a science fiction gem of a story from Riptide Publishing. I have also found new… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts May 2013 Book Reviews
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 What does a male succubus (yes, you read that right, a male succubus) do when he is set free on Earth by an accidental summoning? Why, go looking for his next delightful meal and loads of hot, sexy fun of course. That is exactly what Rael does after being… Continue reading Review: Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection by J.L. Merrow
The month of May has always been a month of celebrations, from Mother’s Day to birthdays to important anniversaries. For me and mine, May is a time for family, either by choice or blood, and of any configuration. For me, it is a time to celebrate those that I love, whether it is their birth,… Continue reading A Time for Remembering, Memorial Weekend and the Week Ahead in Reviews
Rating: 5 stars Devastated and scarred from the car accident that killed his husband and parents, Ted Ennis decides to work as a theatre assistant at the Criterion Theatre for his friend Rob,the manager of the theatre, rather than return to the bankers job he held prior to the accident and his disability. The crash has… Continue reading Review: Trick of Time by J.L. Merrow
It’s January and it feels like mid Spring. The woodpeckers are banging out their territory rhythms, the maples are budding out, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the hyacinths and tulips start to peek out above the ground. The meteorologists keep saying that it will get colder, and it does, for about a day… Continue reading It’s 70 degrees here in Maryland and the Week Ahead in Reviews
3rdRating: 4.5 stars Lashing: British slang for lots or large amounts. In celebration of 2012 Olympics, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 3rd Annual UK GLBTQ Fiction Meet, a lashing of authors from all over the Globe put forth an GLBTQ anthology of stories that highlight everything that makes Britain (and mainland Europe) a great place… Continue reading Review of Lashings of Sauce Anthology