Thriller Giveaway

7 Nov

Today, I have a fun surprise that I’d like to share with you. To celebrate the fall, I’ve teamed up with more than 30 fantastic thriller authors to give away a huge collection of novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire to … Read More »

Girl Number One Review

28 Oct

Just finished reading Girl Number One by Jane Holland. Here’s my review: This fast paced mystery is a pure thrill from start to finish. On the anniversary of her mother’s death, Ellie discovers a body in the same spot her … Read More »

Book Life Prize in Fiction Review

7 Sep

This just came to my inbox, needless to say I am over the moon!!!     Title: BlindSight Adams Thriller Complete Author: Susan Wisnewski Genre: Fiction/Mystery/Thriller Audience: Adult Word Count: 68,500 Assessment: Not only does Tisha Adams see dead people … Read More »

Small Great Things

25 Aug

“That if our legacy is not entitlement, it must be hope. Because if it is not, then we become the shiftless, the wandering, the conquered. We become what they think we are.” Small Great Things is by far the best … Read More »

Review – A Time Of Torment

9 Aug

A Time of Torment is a rollercoaster ride. Charlie Parker’s devastating loss has him seeking revenge for the misdeeds of others. We are taken to the back roads of West Virginia to a group known as The Cut, that have … Read More »

Readers’ Favorite Review

21 Jul

So happy to find this wonderful review on Reader’s Favorite site, and has been submitted for their annual contest, so exciting!!! Book ReviewReviewed by Lit Amri for Readers’ Favorite Twenty-five-year-old Morticia ‘Tisha’ Adams witnesses a murder on her routine train … Read More »

The Immortality Chronicles

4 Sep

I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. The Immortality Chronicles is a fascinating compilation of short stories by a talented group of authors all offering their original tales on immortality delving into the moral as well as ethical implications of man- made immortality.

I especially enjoyed the piece by David Bruns. In Legacy, we meet 199-year-old Edward Stemm, a veteran of the war in Iraq who lost a limb. Frustrated with the poorly crafted artificial limbs of the time, he creates a company that produced state of the art robotic limbs. His wife dies and he immerses himself in his work. His initial creation leads to innovation after innovation and his company goes on to recreate the entire human body.

The story brings us to a courtroom. His estranged great grand daughter, who reminds him of his deceased wife, is attempting to unseat him from his company, as she believes he isn’t working in the best interests of the company. Her argument is that Edward is no longer a man but rather a machine incapable of handling the business. At one point he declares, “I am Stemm Bionics. Every new invention-every single one, mind you-is tested on me first. Me! I am not a brand, I am a man.” Poignant, well crafted and a delight to read don’t miss this book.