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Yonder: A Southern Haunting – THE AUDIOBOOK!

  You may remember (or if you don’t, check it out by clicking on the cover) my review of Yonder: A Southern Haunting by LeeAnne Hansen just after Christmas. I read it on Christmas Eve while snuggled up in a blanket fort with a huge selection box of Thorntons chocolates and a pitcher of Amaretto […]

Review: The Many Beautiful Worlds of Death by Mark Sheeky

SYNOPSIS: Prepare yourself for a fantastical adventure that spans time and space, heaven and hell, and countless wondrous realms in an amazing, imaginative journey that explores what it means to be alive while facing death. George is given six weeks to live. Breaking the news o his wife and constructed robot son, the inventor vows […]

Review: Lustlocked by Matt Wallace

SYNOPSIS: The staff of New York’s premier supernatural catering company, has their work cut out for them in this outrageous follow-up to Envy of Angels. Love is in the air at Sin du Jour. The Goblin King (yes, that one) and his Queen are celebrating the marriage of their son to his human bride. Naturally […]

Review: Halfway Bitten (Halfway Witchy book 2) by Terry Maggert

Synopsis: Take a bite out of evil. The circus came to Halfway, and they brought the weird. When clowns, vampires, and corpses start piling up in town, Carlie has to break away from her boyfriend, Wulfric, to bring her witchy skills to the table- or grill, as the case may be. When the body of […]

Review: Halfway Dead (Halfway Witchy Series # 1) by Terry Maggert

      Synopsis: Come for the waffles. Stay for the magic. Carlie McEwan loves many things. She loves being a witch. She loves her town of Halfway, NY—a tourist destination nestled on the shores of an Adirondack lake. Carlie loves her enormous familiar, Gus, who is twenty-five pounds of judgmental Maine Coon cat, and […]

Review: The Last Days of Magic by Mark Tompkins

  Synopsis: An epic novel of magic and mysticism, Celts and faeries, mad kings and druids, and the goddess struggling to reign over magic’s last outpost on the Earth What became of magic in the world? Who needed to do away with it, and for what reasons? Drawing on myth, legend, fairy tales, and Biblical […]

Sublime Muppets

I can’t remember the backstory here but last week I had an amazing idea. Maybe the best I’ve ever had. All dark, heavy classic novels should have Muppet adaptations.   I think this idea sprung forth after my admitting that I’d never finished Crime and Punishment (regarding that…. I’m clearly waiting for my new paperback […]

Review: Wildfire (Everealm book #2) by J D Wright

Review: Wildfire (Everealm book #2) by J D Wright

SYNOPSIS: The journey through Everealm continues as new evil arrives, casting mayhem about the realm. While war and wildfire are causing disorder, Bree and Rowan find that assistance from the fairies isn’t what they imagined. As Dagan and Sidonie seek answers to uncover the truth about her family and her magic, they are plagued with […]

Crime & Punishment & Sibling Rivalry

Thank you to @Vintagebooks , resident tweetist of https://www.penguin.co.uk/vintage/ who inspired me to write this post!     As far as I can remember, there’s only one book I’ve ever fibbed about finishing and that was Crime and Punishment. To explain this one fully, I’ll point out a few facts about my childhood: 1) I grew up […]

Review: E-Murderer by Joan C. Curtis (Contains some spoilers)‏

The e-Murderer won first place in the Malice Domestic grants competition for new writers before being published by MuseItUpPublishing.       Psychological Suspense Thriller by award-winning author, Joan C. Curtis On this anything but typical Monday morning, Jenna Scali, who works part-time for a shrink, opens an email that depicts the brutal death of […]