The Horse and Mr. Hyde (A Black Beauty Short Story) by Matt Ferraz

When I worked as a librarian my favorite stories for storytime were fractured fairy tales.  So when I read the description for this short story, I was keen to get started. Told from a clever point of view – the horse’s - this short story packed in a lot of legends.  What if Dr. Jekyll … Continue reading The Horse and Mr. Hyde (A Black Beauty Short Story) by Matt Ferraz

Breaking the Flame (#3 Shadow’s Fire Trilogy) by Christopher Patterson

This is the last book in the Trilogy, and I have enjoyed all of them.  The central character Erik continues his journey and his maturing along with discoveries of evil lying in wait.  The complicated and brave Dwarfs are here in full force and Erik has learned to listen to his dagger.  A well-done conclusion … Continue reading Breaking the Flame (#3 Shadow’s Fire Trilogy) by Christopher Patterson

“I Was Just A Radioman” The Memoirs of a WW2, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Compiled by Pamela Ackerson

Wandering the aisles at the Indie Book Fest in Orlando, I noticed this book.  Non-fiction for me is a treat and something I reward myself with when the fiction world is surrounding me.  This book may be small but it is mighty in its story and photos.  The pages contain a collection of memories and … Continue reading “I Was Just A Radioman” The Memoirs of a WW2, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Compiled by Pamela Ackerson

The Ballad of Persephone (The Anuk Chronicles) by Abdur R. Mohammad

I had the pleasure of reading another book from this series so when this one appeared, I jumped at the chance to see where the story was going next. Again, I give the same advice as my review of my previous read – make sure you are in intense reading mode.  This author packs a … Continue reading The Ballad of Persephone (The Anuk Chronicles) by Abdur R. Mohammad

Chattanooga Choo Choo: An Electric Eclective Book by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

This novella appears to be a sweet tale of a murder (or two) on a train ride.  After receiving this book as part of my VIP bag at the now Orlando Book Fest (was Indies Book Fest) I put it on my reading stack and gave it little thought.  However, on a recent between book … Continue reading Chattanooga Choo Choo: An Electric Eclective Book by Elizabeth Horton-Newton