REVIEW: Where is Heaven? by Phil Bowie

Where is Heaven? by Phil Bowie My rating: 5 of 5 stars Note: This book was submitted by the author in exchange for an honest review. I’ve never read a book before that seemed to be tailor written for me. … Continue reading

REVIEW: The PITS by Greg Smith

The Pits by Greg Smith My rating: 5 of 5 stars In “The PITS” Smith drops his readers right into the heat and dust of the Afghanistan desert territory, immersing us in military life on the battle front. We meet … Continue reading

REVIEW: Heart of Eternity by N. Jay

Heart Of Eternity by N. Jay My rating: 3 of 5 stars This review is in association with The Review Board. Heart of Eternity is a book unlike any I have read before. Well-written and crafted, the story of Jay … Continue reading

REVIEW: Hubba Hubba Santa Claus by LaRae Parry

Hubba Hubba Santa Claus by LaRae Parry My rating: 4 of 5 stars Hubba Hubba Santa Claus is a quirky, chuckle-filled read. While we may have seen this plot enacted and repeated in hundreds of television shows and movies, Parry … Continue reading

REVIEW: Darkness of Her Soul by Elle Anor

Review for Darkness of Her Soul by Elle Anor Originally posted via The Review Board here. Synopsis via Amazon: A serial killer is on the loose in Pretoria, South Africa. Older lesbians are not safe in gay bars and clubs … Continue reading

BOOK REVIEW: Bernie and the Putty

  Genre: “Humorous fantasy for young adults to adults” Synopsis via How can you stop a god bent on destroying everything…  Even if you are a god? This humorous fantasy explores a world where Gods and Goddesses go to … Continue reading

REVIEW: Severed Ties by Angie Skelton

Originally posted via The Review Board, here. Amazon Genre: Paranormal (Coming of Age?) Synopsis via By the use of divination and magic, some ties can never be severed. In the beginning, by the light of the Full Moon, Frankie … Continue reading

REVIEW: Echoes from the Lost Ones (The Song of Forgetfulness) by Nicola J. McDonagh

Amazon  |  Website | Koobug Review originally posted via The Review Board. Echoes from the Lost Ones: Song of Forgetfulness is dystopian done right. Although dystopian fiction is not my go-to, must-read genre I do appreciate a masterpiece when it … Continue reading