GHOST AGENTS – BLITZ – Lone Star Book Blog Tour!

GHOST AGENTS by NITA DEBORDE Categories: Science Fiction / Cozy Mystery / Paranormal / Texas History  Series: The Ghost Agents Trilogy Publisher: Mabelonia Press Date of Publication: July 31, 2021 Number of Pages: 309 pages  Scroll down for Giveaway! An organization that has operated in secret for centuries... a mystery that threatens to burn it … Continue reading GHOST AGENTS – BLITZ – Lone Star Book Blog Tour!

The Sparrows of Montenegro – LSBBT

THE SPARROWS OF MONTENEGRO by BJ MAYO Categories: Western / Historical Fiction / Texas Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Date of Publication: February 8, 2022 Number of Pages: 312 pages  Scroll down for Giveaway! Tree “Bigfoot” Smith and Cedar Jones first meet on the day they join the US Cavalry’s Fourth Cavalry Regiment based out of the … Continue reading The Sparrows of Montenegro – LSBBT

Rising Pressure by Leslie Piggott

This is a new author's first work of fiction.  Ms. Piggott has entertained readers with two poetry books, but she may have found her niche with Medical Fiction/Thrillers.  The main character, Dr. Addison Fischer, is a brilliant yet normal scientist dividing her day between her family, her students, and the cut-throat world of research.  What … Continue reading Rising Pressure by Leslie Piggott

Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates: A Picture Book Parody for Adults By Rebekah Manley

This is a very quick read and the perfect bedtime story for adults.  Even though it's been quite a while since I was dating, I enjoyed the quick humorous summaries of the dates and the illustrations. It also made me grateful to not be in the swipe society. A nice laugh with a happy ending! … Continue reading Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates: A Picture Book Parody for Adults By Rebekah Manley

Letters Behind Bars: A Mother-Son Memoir by Cinnamin Herring and Benjamin Herring

Reviewing a book like this is always difficult. It's not a matter of whether or not you like the book. It is more a matter of the impact the book has on the reader. While this is not a fun read, it is a book that should be read. A story of resilience. Of life … Continue reading Letters Behind Bars: A Mother-Son Memoir by Cinnamin Herring and Benjamin Herring

The Language Secret: How to Learn a Foreign Language: Or. How to Speak 10 Languages. Badly by John Stedman

Living in Texas, Spanish is sprinkled throughout my world. I know just enough to get in trouble – a few key phrases that make people assume I know how to speak it, and they take off, leaving me in the verbal dust. As the New Year approaches, once again learning Spanish is on my list … Continue reading The Language Secret: How to Learn a Foreign Language: Or. How to Speak 10 Languages. Badly by John Stedman