The Ash Museum by Rebecca Smith

I’m delighted to be a part of The Ash Museum Book Tour! About The Ash Museum Through ten decades and across three continents, The Ash Museum is an intergenerational story of loss, migration and the search for somewhere to feel at home. 1944. The Battle of Kohima. James Ash dies leaving behind two families: his ‘wife’ JosmiContinue reading “The Ash Museum by Rebecca Smith”

The Unlikely Occultist receives a Five Star Readers’ Favorite Badge!

Reviewed by Deborah Lloyd for Readers’ Favorite Shortly after her loving Aunt Hilary’s funeral, Heather faced a challenge at her job. At the State Library in Victoria, Australia, she was assigned the task of assessing a one-hundred box collection donated by the late Professor Foyle. She was a professor of religious studies, with a strong interest inContinue reading “The Unlikely Occultist receives a Five Star Readers’ Favorite Badge!”

Book Review: The Plot Against Heaven by Mark Kirkbride

About The plot against heaven Death doesn’t stand a chance against love. Hell-bent on confronting God after the death of wife Kate, Paul gate-crashes Heaven. With immigration problems and a wall, Heaven turns out to be nowhere near as welcoming as expected. Both Heaven and Hell are modern and militarized, and the cold war thatContinue reading “Book Review: The Plot Against Heaven by Mark Kirkbride”

Book Review: The Patchwork Prince Book 1 Stumbling Stoned by A. van Wyck

I’m delighted to review Stumbling Stoned (The Patchwork Prince Book 1) for Blackthorn Book Tours! About The Patchwork Prince – Stumbling Stoned State-sponsored drugs in the megaton range. More rice pudding than I could shake a spork at. And a little padded terrarium of my very own. If you’d told me yesterday that, come morning,Continue reading “Book Review: The Patchwork Prince Book 1 Stumbling Stoned by A. van Wyck”

Blackthorn Book Tours book review Central City by Indy Perro

About Central City Kane Kulpa learned which laws could be bent and which broken after a short stint in prison courtesy of Detective Vincent Bayonne. Bound by time, integrity, and the reality of life in Central City, Bayonne and Kane made peace with the past. Now, gang tension spirals from corrupt to deadly, and aContinue reading “Blackthorn Book Tours book review Central City by Indy Perro”

Book Review: Murder in Montague Falls

About Murder in Montague Falls   WHITE HOT THRILLS! PITCH BLACK DEEDS! 3 TALES OF TEENS TACKLING THEIR DARKEST RITES OF PASSAGE Acclaimed storytellers Russ Colchamiro, Sawney Hatton, and Patrick Thomas each present an original novella brimming with enough danger, intrigue, and murder to get readers’ blood pounding and hearts racing. In Colchamiro’s RED INK,Continue reading “Book Review: Murder in Montague Falls”

Book Review: Slow Down by Lee Matthew Goldberg

How far would you go to make your dreams come true? For budding writer and filmmaker Noah Spaeth, being a Production Assistant in director Dominick Bambach’s new avant-garde film isn’t enough. Neither is watching Dominick have an affair with the lead actress, the gorgeous but troubled Nevie Wyeth. For Noah’s dream is to get bothContinue reading “Book Review: Slow Down by Lee Matthew Goldberg”

Book Review: The Girl Who Found the Sun by Matthew S. Cox

About The Girl Who Found the Sun It started with the insects. The mass die-offs had been a warning unheeded. Before society realized the danger, the Earth had inexorably begun a transformation into a place where life could not survive. A small group found shelter in the Arc, an underground refuge safe from the toxinsContinue reading “Book Review: The Girl Who Found the Sun by Matthew S. Cox”

Book Review: Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

About Auxiliary: London 2039 London is quiet in 2039—thanks to the machines. People stay indoors, communicating through high-tech glasses and gorging on simulated reality while 3D printers and scuttling robots cater to their every whim. Mammoth corporations wage war for dominance in a world where human augmentation blurs the line between flesh and steel. And atContinue reading “Book Review: Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter”

Book Review: Prophet’s Journey by Matthew S Cox

  About Prophet’s Journey (Prophet of the Badlands)  Althea struggles to adapt to an unexpected twist in her life—not being kidnapped in six whole months.The strange police from the faraway city claim the abilities she thought of as magic are really ‘psionics,’ and say she is far stronger than anyone they have ever seen. DespiteContinue reading “Book Review: Prophet’s Journey by Matthew S Cox”

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