Another year is almost gone, another is almost here. Past regrets, future hopes, memories made and memories waiting to be formed. It is a time of celebration and reflection. A time to mourn those we have lost and be grateful for those still with us. One Winston left me, another found his way home. For… Continue reading Out With The Old and In With The New and the Week Ahead in Reviews
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 Rigoberto “Ringo” Salazar is thirty years old, heads up security for the upscale RV Newport Sands Resort, and owns his own “cookie cutter” home. He is out and part of a large latino family that still loves and accepts him, not caring about his sexuality. The one thing missing from… Continue reading Review: Lost and Found by Z.A. Maxfield
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 King Volmar of Vagar was dying. Well, in truth, the King had been assassinated 100 years before, but hung on after death due to enchantments. Now those magics have run out and the king will die completely. But who will reign after him? One son has been banished for… Continue reading Review: Too Many Fairy Princes by Alex Beecroft
Rating: 5 stars out of 5 Winifred Walterhouse lived in the mansion on the top of Black Hill. She was aware of the secrets the river and the valley held. She knew of the river sprites, and of the forest passions, small beings becoming fewer and fewer in number. She had helped hold off… Continue reading Review: The Mingled Destinies of Crocodiles and Men (Valley Books) by Eric Arvin
Encore’s release will be followed on Christmas Day by the release of a Blue Notes holiday novella, Symphony in Blue. Symphony will be my 10th Dreamspinner Press release, so I’m celebrating the release of both of these books with a blog tour contest ending on New Year’s Eve at midnight! Grand prize is a Kindle… Continue reading The Contest and Blog Tour For Shira Anthony’s Encore Release Continues!
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars It’s the year 2558 and the various governments that rose after the last world war (also known as the Borders War) had come together at their first attempt to revive the Olympic Games. But instead of peace, a revolution was started. With one bullet Merq Grayson both assassinated the… Continue reading Review: Dominant Predator (The Borders War #2) by S.A. McAuley