Genre: Fantasy


Kings or Pawns. Kings or Pawns? This was much like reading a Tolkien book. There are lots of characters, lots of subplots, an extremely bad guy (or is he?), the good guys, who aren’t so white hat good, as each has their own agenda. Yes, there is drama, mystery, romance […]

Kings or Pawns by J. J. Sherwood



My take on this book:              First off I am so terribly sorry for this very late review on this book. I am very glad once again for Mr. Heldt for asking me to read and review this book. This book has three different third person point of view chapters scattered […]

Indiana Belle by John A. Heldt



My take on this book:              Wow! Madam Tulip by David Adhern is such a great read. From the moment I started reading the plot summary of this book in an email sent to me by the author I was hooked. This book was most definitely an awesome read for […]

Madam Tulip by David Adhern



My Thoughts:   Does it matter if he is a vampire if he has a good heart? I absolutely loved this book. I had the hardest time putting it down. I think I may have even growled at my family when they interrupted me. I was so worried about Emmy and […]

A Bargain in Silver



My take on this book:              The Becoming by William Truax III is unlike what I thought it would be. I had a completely different version of the book from the synopsis to what the book actually is. The book is in two different point-of-views. The first point-of-view is of […]

The Becoming by William Truax III



My Thoughts:          Could this be what happened to the old civilizations? I have to say that this isn’t really the type of book that I normally read. However, I was most intrigued by the book’s description. The book is a novella and a really quick read. The book starts out […]

One Person’s Craziness by R.T. Ojas



My Thoughts:                    Spooky, funny, witty, supernatural mystery with a touch of love. I really enjoyed this audio book. The story is wonderful. I loved the nerdy comments, the film references, and the witty conversations. The hauntings added just the right amount of spookiness. Deacon is an unusual hero. He […]

Better Homes and Hauntings



My take on this book:              Wow. School of Deaths by Christopher Mannino was awesome and it kept me thinking about Suzie and her friends whenever I put it down to do something else. We follow Susan, Suzie as she likes to be called by her friends, on a sort of […]

School of Deaths by Christopher Mannino



My take on this book:              Wow! October 32 by Larry Rodness was completely different than what I thought it would be. The whole book is written in the point of view of Alexander Malefant as he first enters the outskirts of this town to the very end of the book. […]

October 32 by Larry Rodness



My Thoughts:         Curiosity may not kill the cat but… First I must say that even though this is the first part of the Sekhmet Series, it is a spin off from the world of Liz Schulte. I like that Ms. Schulte doesn’t rehash the previous books and disrupt the story […]

Catastrophe