Celebrating the two-year anniversary of the first mass release of the Fab13 PWF books.
With all the work I am swamped in, what with planning lessons and teaching full time, I am not supposed to have time to read a full novel in two days during the week. Yet, this is exactly what I did with Elizabeth Hunter's Ink, a standalone contemporary romance. Because it was that good! Fine,... Continue Reading →
First of all, I cannot apologise for not posting as much and as often as I did over the last few months. Work does take up most of my time (as it should) and I'm having so much fun teaching my first-graders that nobody can fault me for reading a little (or a lot) less... Continue Reading →
After having read Semi-Psychic Life, a few weeks ago, I said that my only regret was that I waited so long to read the book (you can see my review here). It is a mistake I did not do with the conclusion of Elizabeth Hunter's first Paranormal Women's Fiction series, Psychic Dreams, which I started... Continue Reading →
I don't have many reading regrets, this year. However, I do have one regarding Elizabeth Hunter's second Glimmer Lake book, Semi-Psychic Life: that I waited so long to read it. I had pre-ordered it the moment it was possible to do so, so I don't have that as an excuse for reading it a couple... Continue Reading →
The coming eight days promise to be an eventful few days, insofar as many of my pre-orders will be released, starting tomorrow (21 April). But first, enjoy the fifth Demigods of San Francisco, K.F. Breene readers! I'm not yet there in that series. I'll have to give it another go at some point, that much... Continue Reading →
Upon my reading of the Fab13's books, I've also had the chace to do my first ARC review ever. What a book this was! It so happened that Elizabeth Hunter's team was looking for people to read and review an advance reading copy (ARC) of Suddenly Psychic. I signed up and ended up being one... Continue Reading →