Review of The Sons of Brabant by Michael Bolan

The Sons of Brabant by Michael Bolan is a well-crafted and interesting¬ mixture of historical fiction and fantasy. The book’s events are firmly rooted in the real-world setting of 17th Century Europe. Woven into this background is a story about… Read more

Review of Madigan Mine by Kirstyn McDermott

Alex and Madigan were childhood friends since kindergarten – until Madigan’s family suddenly moved away. Alex is thrilled to bump into Madigan again years later when they’re both in their twenties. They renew their relationship, but this time it’s become… Read more

Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash Book Tour Stop

  Paperback: 238 pages Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 14, 2015) ISBN-10: 1511411341 ISBN-13: 978-1511411349 SYNOPSIS: Wes Rockville, a disgraced law enforcement agent, is given one last chance to prove himself and save his career when he’s reassigned to… Read more

Happily Ever High School by Savannah Ostler Tour Stop and Book Review

  File Size: 4687 KB Print Length: 356 pages Publisher: Howling Wolf / Ravenswood Publishing (January 18, 2015) Publication Date: January 18, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. SYNOPSIS: Seventeen year old Albany French wants nothing more than to find… Read more

Review of Delano in Hollyhook by Cameron Glenn

Delano Farnsworth grew up without his parents, having been left in an uncle’s care on his third birthday. Growing up, Delano read many stories about orphaned kids with glamorous lives. These fantastical orphans were cool and lived daring, magical lives…. Read more

Review of To Catch Her Death by Boone Brux

What does a widow with three children, living in Alaska, do when she needs a job? She becomes a grim reaper, of course. Lisa Carron’s husband dies in a car accident and leaves very little money for his family to… Read more

Review of Juggler’s Blade by Rob Ross

The Juggler’s Blade is the first book in Rob Ross’s Juggler’s Trilogy. It’s a fictional tale that is filled with fantasy, suspense and intrigue. Ian is a young juggler who had no idea that he lived in a world where… Read more

Review of The Sisters Will Dance by Brian Wheeler

Blaine Woosley is an addict who has recently completed a stay in rehab. While we’re not certain what Blaine was addicted to, we’re made aware of his daily struggle with his addiction and his attempts to keep it from taking… Read more