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Review: Carrots by Colleen Helme

    Synopsis: Shelby Nichols is an average woman who is married to the only guy she ever fell for. Her life is organized and predictable, revolving around her husband and two children. All that changes the day she stops at the grocery store for some carrots. As the cashier rings up her purchases, a […]

Review : I Kill in Peace by Hunter Shea

    Synopsis: Peter Blades is, in every sense of the word, an ordinary man. Hard worker, father, husband, a man content with small-town life. Except for one small fact—he’s slowly being turned into a ruthless killer. Compelled by mysterious texts to murder, he’s provided a fiery red Mustang and an ancient sword to carry […]

To Be Read List: The Ultimate Cop Out

Hi!   I’m feeling increasingly guilty that I haven’t posted anything in a few days, I’ve not really done anything interesting apart from baking up a storm in my kitchen, slept a considerable amount and suffered from my worst migraine in over a year. I’m still not really feeling well enough to write anything incredibly […]

Review: The Ghoul Archipelago by Stephen Kozeniewski

    SYNOPSIS: After ravenous corpses topple society and consume most of the world’s population, freighter captain Henk Martigan is shocked to receive a distress call. Eighty survivors beg him to whisk them away to the relative safety of the South Pacific. Martigan wants to help, but to rescue anyone he must first pass through […]

Review: Billy and the Cloneasaurus by Stephen Kozeniewski

    Synopsis:  Six billion identical clones make up the entire population of Earth, and William 790-6 (57th Iteration) is exactly like everybody else. In his one year of life he will toil in suburban mediocrity and spend as much cash as possible in order to please his corporate masters. When 790’s first birthday (and […]

Review: Blood Moon (Everealm #3) by J.D. Wright

  Synopsis: The aftermath of the wildfire has caused undesirable events to unfold in Everealm. When something precious is taken from Junacave, Bree and the others must hunt down a wizard and retrieve a stolen amulet in order to save their beloved. Little do they know, the amulet may very well be hiding secrets of […]

Not A Review: For A Change

Well hello there! I realise that my book addiction has turned into a never ending supply of reviews, for which I apologise. I can only assume that you’ve been thinking ‘I love your reviews, but dammit I want know more about you and the magical adventures you’ve been having!’. You are just too kind. Since […]

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 […]