I had never heard of Taylor Stevens or her Vanessa Michael Munroe series before, but after reading this book, Stevens has made me a fan.
The book’s blurb says it all by quoting Lee Child:
“Munroe is a sensational character and Stevens is a sensational writer.”
Continue reading “The Doll [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]”
No two authors are alike. Some write one book in a lifetime. Some write about one per quarter (like me). Others pump them out like they’re possessed by the Muses themselves.
S.M. Schmitz is the possessed kind.
In a year, she’s published FIFTEEN books (according to the count on Goodreads) that all have reviews of at least three stars or higher.
This girl is good. She’s damn good. Continue reading “How to be Incredibly Prolific, with S.M. Schmitz, author of all the books”
It doesn’t happen often in life that we meet someone who really changes the way we look at the craft we dedicate our time to, someone who captures and illuminates all the thoughts we believe are singular to ourselves, and someone who lifts us up while sharing their own journey.
For me, Marcy McKay is one of those people, and if you read her publishing credits, you can see why. Continue reading “The Resilience of the Human Spirit with Marcy McKay, author of Pennies from Burger Heaven”