My ARC review of Robyn Peterman's It's a Matter of Midlife Crisis and Death, sixth book of the Good to the Last Death PWF series.
The Newly Witch Game (ARC review) – Uncontrolled hilarity
My ARC review of Robyn Peterman's The Newly Witch Game, her tenth Magic & Mayhem story.
Grimoires of a Middle-aged Witch (books 1 and 2) – Magic is emotion
A spoiler free review of Renee George's first two of her new Paranormal Women's Fiction series, Grimoires of a Middle-aged Witch
You May Be Write (ARC review) – Controlled chaos
My ARC review of Robyn Peterman's You May Be Write, second book of the My So-Called Mystical Midlife series.
Another type of R-N-R
A new line of office supplies by two fantastic authors,
You Light Up my Midlife Crisis (ARC review) – Depth amidst the laughs
My ARC review of Robyn Peterman's You Light Up my Midlife Crisis, fifth book of the Good to the Last Death PWF series.
Good to the Last Death series (Audiobook review) – Amazing and then some
I was asked, as part of Robyn Peterman's review team, to review the whole of the Good to the Last Death series in their audio format, a task that I undertook with great pleasure. That's when the "great pleasure" part became a total understatement because I had so, so much fun listening to Daisy, Gram,... Continue Reading →
Magical Midlife Meeting (ARC review) – I can’t get enough!
My review of K.F. Breene's fifth Leveling Up novel, Magical Midlife Meeting
The Write Hook (ARC review) – Write in our heads, and hearts
The following review is part of my being in the author's review team, which ensures that you can read it before the book comes out. Huge thanks to Wanda Adams for the images used to do this post's cover! Have you ever wanted to enter your favourite writer's head and see everything that happens? All... Continue Reading →
Magical Midlife Love – When things are meant to be
https://youtu.be/S-cbOl96RFM At last! I think that this Etta James classic is the first thing that came to my mind when K.F. Breene's traditional slow burn (if you read any of her series, you know what I'm talking about) exploded in fireworks in Magical Midlife Love, her latest book and the fourth of the Leveling Up... Continue Reading →
Finding Forgiveness (ARC review) – Feeling at home
Rare are the authors who can get me to read a book way into a series, one which continues from one book to the next, and make me feel right at home, as though I'd have be reading the series from the first book rather than reading the fifth book without having read the first... Continue Reading →
My Midlife Crisis, My Rules (ARC review) – Highly emotional
The following review is part of my being in the author's review team, which ensures that you can read it before the book comes out. Beware of what you wish for.It rarely comes true.- Daisy To this, I will contradict Daisy a little and will add: unless it's a Robyn Peterman novel. Then you can... Continue Reading →