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]”
I’ve been on my indie publishing journey for four years now, and the one most important thing I’ve learned along the way is that you never stop learning new things.
Everything changes constantly in the publishing world. The only thing that doesn’t change? What really matters: getting a book into the hands of a reader.
Continue reading “I Must Write My Book [Book Review]”
In an effort to clean up my website and keep posts going even when I’m not available, I’ll be scheduling up some posts from a long time ago that are still relevant today.
Today’s review is for a story published by The Other Publishing Company in 2013 that I originally reviewed in May 2014. It’s called It’s In The Box, and it’s the story of a very special girl with a… unique collection.
Continue reading ““It’s In The Box” [Story Review]”
Do a gorgeous cover and an intriguing premise a riveting story make?
They do in this book by an author who I know of primarily because of the podcasts she hosts and her wicked sense of humor.
Continue reading “Bitterroot Queen [Book Review]”
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 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]”