A Touch of Death (The Outlands Pentalogy) By Rebecca Crunden

This dystopian read is an immersion book.  By that, I mean that you need to invest a little time, especially at the beginning, to get an understanding of the characters and their environment before you can become invested in where the story is taking you.  Once you accomplish that, the rest of the read is … Continue reading A Touch of Death (The Outlands Pentalogy) By Rebecca Crunden

Iron and the Arrow: Book Four in the Kingdom of Jior Series by Wendy L. Anderson

Having read all of this series, so far (the last book, Five being anxiously anticipated), it is always a joy to return to the land of Jior created by Wendy Anderson.  This author has a way of weaving what at the base is a family saga into a love story that crosses all the barriers … Continue reading Iron and the Arrow: Book Four in the Kingdom of Jior Series by Wendy L. Anderson

The Golden Viper – The Crimson Deathbringer Trilogy – Book Two by Sean Robbins

A brief four months have passed since the ending of Book One.  This book was a nice segway into an all-encompassing battle.  The characters have remained intriguing and snarky. Keeping with the Space Opera feel the author still led us into an environment with a lot more variety in creatures, some who are not that … Continue reading The Golden Viper – The Crimson Deathbringer Trilogy – Book Two by Sean Robbins

The Adventures of Brett and Molly By Jeffrey Warren

I enjoyed the first book in this series and looked forward to catching up again with Brett & Molly.  This book starts two years later in 1961 as Brett and Molly are finishing high school and preparing for their wedding and start at the university.  As they set out with friends on another sailing adventure … Continue reading The Adventures of Brett and Molly By Jeffrey Warren

Moriarty Takes His Medicine (A Professor & Mrs. Moriarty Mystery) by Anna Castle

The second adventure for Professor and Mrs. Moriarty.  With a tagline that states, “Behind every master criminal, there’s a brilliant woman with expensive tastes.”  How could this book be anything but wonderful?  I fell in love with Angelina (Mrs.) in the first book and was thrilled that she once again plays a major role in … Continue reading Moriarty Takes His Medicine (A Professor & Mrs. Moriarty Mystery) by Anna Castle

The Diarrhea Diaries: Trump’s Tweets That Gives Us the Runs by Robert J. Emery

In my professional life I stay apolitical; however when this book crossed my desk I had to read it.  A quick book to read, this author has collected and organized tweets posted by President Trump.  As someone who stays on the fringe of social media and politics the amount and quality of tweets was surprising.  … Continue reading The Diarrhea Diaries: Trump’s Tweets That Gives Us the Runs by Robert J. Emery