Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein My rating: 5 of 5 stars Take to the skies in this gut reeling, high flying adventure shared by two courageous women in World War II. But beware the barrage balloons. Two best friends fly over France on a secret mission. Two best friends fall behind enemy lines. Two… Continue reading Code Name Verity
I really had a great time reading this book, I found this book when I was researching a way to promote my self-published book. Word Slinger was the first website that I found that took into account the content of the books that they were promoting, all of the books that I have gotten to… Continue reading the Threat Below
The Mermaid’s Sister by Carrie Anne Noble My rating: 4 of 5 stars It’s the cover art that got me. It was mysterious, playful, and simplistically beautiful. Just like the story within that cover. So entranced by the cover was I that I didn’t realize the genre I… Continue reading The Mermaid’s Sister
Review By: C.M. Dawson Okay all you bibliophiles out there, and you know who are. Let’s begin this conversation by being on the same page. By now most of you have heard the rumors of bookstores going out of business and our beloved local libraries being threatened. Sadly, this is true. In my tiny little… Continue reading Review: Purgatory (Jack Taylor)
Have you ever met a pirate? Then how do you know if what is said about them is true? They swash buckles and ooze charm, seduce women and pillage merchants. They are diabolically intelligent, black hearted, romantic, and handsome. Or so we’re told. But what about more important things like ham and beard growing and sea shanties? Sea monsters and poems and wooing mermaids?
Book One This was a Goodreads 5 out of 5 for me. This is a great start to the series, in no way, shape, or form does Jeff Wheeler get boring while introducing his story of Muirwood to us. Once I started cracked the pages open to The Wretched of Muirwood, there… Continue reading Review: Legends of Muirwood Trilogy
These are my favorite when I need something to read, but I don’t want a whole ten books of history and story behind a main character. I’m not saying there is anything wrong with that because there isn’t. We all need some type of break! For the Novella we will start with the base of… Continue reading Novella