NORTH TO ALASKA The Memoirs of H. H. Lomax, #6 by PRESTON LEWIS Genre: Historical Fiction / Western / Humor Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing Date of Publication: August 5, 2020 Number of Pages: 414 Scroll down for the giveaway! Living in Texas, you would think I read a lot of Westerns – I don’t. But … Continue reading North To Alaska By Preston Lewis
Love comes in many forms and the bond between twin sisters can run deep. In a time when marriages were arrangements for men’s profits, the main characters are ripped from their world and thrown into a foreign environment. Showing the reader angst and despair as well as glimmers of joy, this author does a great … Continue reading A Cut Twice As Deep By Wendy L. Anderson
This a very different kind of book. Think part tech manual, part science fiction, part alternative universe, and part I’m not sure what. I can see someone who is a sci-fi or tech nerd totally enjoying this book. It is well written and has a lot of good parts. Unfortunately for me, it is not … Continue reading H2LiftShips Volumes 1 & 2: a tech manual for a future – Imagine a world, exactly like ours, but different by Bob Freeman
SAVING IRENEA Culinary Mystery By JUDY ALTER Cozy Mystery / Women Sleuths Publisher: Alter Ego Press Date of Publication: September 10, 2020 Number of Pages: 208 Scroll down for the giveaway! Irene Foxglove wishes she were a French chef. Henrietta James, her assistant, knows she is nothing more than a small-time TV chef on a local … Continue reading Today’s Special – Look what I just added to my to-read list. Check it out and enter for a chance to win a copy!
This was a very different and pleasant surprise in my To Read pile. I knew it was non-fiction but little else. Most of my family will laugh at me reading this book as I am known for my ability to kill plants quickly. I am always amazed at people who seem to understand plants and … Continue reading The Secret of Plants in the Environment by Rishikesh Upadhyay
This is a great start to a cozy mystery series. With a ton of southern sass, the main character has an unusual occupation in a small town. You know the type where everyone knows your business, and rumors and gossip can control all conversations. With the usual interesting sidekick – a sister who can cook … Continue reading Portrait of a Dead Guy: A Southern Humorous Mystery (A Cherry Tucker Mystery Book 1) by Larissa Reinhart
Having read the first book in this Trilogy, I was interested to see how the author continued Jack’s story. I must say she stepped it up a notch for this reader. Yes, the fear is still there, but this time, we the readers, get a better understanding of Jack. With more of an Urban Fantasy … Continue reading Perish (Jack Harper Trilogy #2) by L. C. Barlow