Sometimes fiction ends up unwillingly hitting too close to reality.
A reader’s pet peeve
A bit of semi humour about one of my reader pet peeves.
More indie published promo, please!
A plea for indie published authors to have more visibility and promotion
Fashionably Fooled – Keeping the best for (temporary) last
Double review of a fantastic book, both in its eBook version, and in its Audible version.
Dr Charlotte Stone – My first Charlie
There are two Charlies (Charleys) in my life. Mentioning the first one to a friend, again, led to my getting to know the other, and both became book friends. Both can see ghosts, although one is a psychiatrist who can see the ghosts of the recently, violently departed, whereas the other is the Grim Reaper.... Continue Reading →
Reader’s Life – Comfort… reading
Of the necessity of rereading
Whose Midlife Crisis is it Anyway? – Have tissues nearby
An awaited second book. My review of Robyn Peterman's second PWF novel.
Lords of the Var – Conquered by cat shifters
Once upon a time, their was an avid reader who had been recommended a series by a friend, and loved it so much that once she was done binge reading the 13 books, she tweeted the author to thank her for the books, because she had fallen in love. The author shared the tweet, and... Continue Reading →
My first romance
The first of very many.
Immortal Ops – Military shifters galore!
Paranormal lovers, you are served with a rare treat. On the 10th, Mandy M. Roth (one of my go-to authors) announced that the whole of her Immortal Ops World books that have been published to date (which means all of the I-Ops, PSI-Ops, Immortal Outcasts, Shadow Agents, and Crimson Ops) are, for a limited time... Continue Reading →
The movie obsession
Something I honestly never understood and still don't understand: readers' obsession with turning books into movies
My favourite book mum
A special treat for Mother's Day