Perfect for the season! Let me start by saying I previously did not have an issue with spiders – they did their thing, I did mine. Two tarantulas even lived in my game room for many years as pets of my son. Well, after reading this, my opinion has changed. STOMP them all! With realistic … Continue reading Season of the Spider: Copper Book 1 by JB Murray
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