I promised my email subscribers that I would be posting excerpts from my newest lesbian romance novel this month, and I try to always keep my word. In the spirit of giddiness about my new release, here’s a big, fat excerpt – the first two chapters – from Sweat (Moving On #2).
(No time to read the whole thing right now? One of the free gifts you’ll get when you join my lesfic romance constant readers group is a PDF of the first three chapters of Sweat.)
Continue reading “Romance Among Friends: The Next Installment”
Who doesn’t love a good self-help book?
I grabbed this one because, 1. I’m a parent, and 2. I don’t subscribe to typical Western religious or philosophical beliefs.
And, honestly, I could use a little more Zen in my life, especially as I tackle my massive TBR list.
Continue reading “Buddhism for Mothers [Book Review]”
Before I write this review, I have to admit one thing: I didn’t know what this book was about going in.
See, I’ve been doing this thing where I’m trying like hell to make it through all the books I own – hardback, soft cover, and Kindle alike – because my TBR list is getting out of hand.
So I started this book with no expectations but that it would be a book about murder. Continue reading “Dirty Little Secrets [Book Review]”
I have a confession to make.
I have… an addiction. Continue reading “Help! My life has been stolen!”
I bought this book as soon as I was finished with the first in the series, because I loved that one so much. It was gritty, fast-paced, sickening, REAL.
The sequel was no different. Continue reading “The Hunt [Book Review]”
Horror readers will know what I’m talking about here. Ever read a book that brings you back to the beginning, when you were first dedicating hours at a time to one book and letting it seep into your regular life like a cloying, sickly sweet incense?
Yeah. This book did that for me. It reminded me why I started reading horror in the first place, and brought me back to childhood, when I could more easily suspend disbelief and let a monster rampage through my mind like a mad horseman. Continue reading “NOS4A2 [Book Review]”
I love horror. No, really, I love it. Despite never having written a horror novel, I can honestly say that horror is in my top three favorite genres of books and movies.
Horror is kind of my thing.
That’s why my wife bought this book for me. That, and because she’s awesome. And this book didn’t disappoint. Continue reading “Vuckovic’s Horror Miscellany [Book Review]”