Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

I only have one word today, from the book I am trying to get read during this busy time of the year.

Omniscient- knowing everything, all knowing.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from the book Saving Grace, which I am still reading.

Pg. 98
At 3:26 a.m., Grace is wide awake. Again. She hasn't slept most nights over the past couple of weeks.

Monday, December 29, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

I am still waiting for some books to arrive, but still reading Saving Grace by Jane Green.
With the holidays it was hard even to cozy up with a book,but I am hoping to do so soon.

Any goodies in your mailbox?

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from the book:  Saving Grace  by Jane Green

pg. 5

In the beginning, when she first met Ted, it felt as if she had fallen into the kind of life that only happened to other people, and usually in movies.


Monday, December 22, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox was empty last week, but didn't have too much time to read. Enjoy your holiday!


How about you?

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today are from the book I'm still managing to read when I can:  Innocent Blood

Caldera- is a cauldron like volcanic feature usually formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic eruption.

Sonorous- using imposing language.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from the book,Innocent Blood which I am currently still reading.

Teaser:

pg. 50
   While racing here, she had failed to spot the creature that had spooked her horse, but she had heard it.

Buster

I haven't written lately about Buster so here's what he is doing. He loves the snow and enjoys frolicking in it. He loves the Christmas lights and sits under the lighted Christmas wreath in the window. His stocking is anxiously awaiting new toys from Santa, his old ones are getting kind of ragged right now. That's it for now. Buster wishes everyone a very merry Christmas.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

New books are on their way, no new ones last week.

Reading:  Innocent Blood  by James Rollins

How about you?

Friday, December 12, 2014

Past Crimes by Glen Erik Hamilton Review-Post

Past Crimes  by Glen Erik Hamilton       Review-Post

I liked the intriguing concept of this story when this young man , who is trying to discover the reason why his grandfather's criminal past put him in the hospital. He hadn't seen his grandfather in ten years and was asked by him to return home. As he gets closer to the solution, he finds out deadly secrets that impact his life in a much more personal way.
I like this type of genre and it wasn't disappointing,and was filled with a lot of action.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Cristelle Comby - Danse Macabre - Review & Giveaway



About the Book

Private investigators Alexandra Neve and Ashford Egan are hired to succeed where the police have failed, to safely return home a missing ballerina. With no lead to pursue and no idea who could be behind the young woman’s kidnapping, they soon find themselves at a loss as to what to do.

To make matters worse, the heart of England seems to be caught in the middle of a little Ice Age. With snow endlessly falling and Tube lines either too cramped up to use or out of service, it is a pain to do any legwork in the huge metropolis.

Oh, and because trouble never comes alone, there may also be a serial killer on the loose in the streets of East London...


My Review

Egan and Neve are hired to find a missing ballerina. They are two detectives, one of which—Egan—is blind. Ritual killings of female music stars—pianists, choir soloists, reality show singers—have been happening throughout East London. This exciting page turner takes you deep below the streets of London in abandoned Underground tunnels searching for the heinous person responsible for these very disturbing murders. Neve fears for their lives as they grow closer to finding out who is responsible.

Comby's thriller is 'an edge of your seat, hold your breath' kind of a book. It made my skin crawl with every perilous situation that Neve and Egan found themselves in. Anyone who likes a good, spine-tingling mystery won't be disappointed in this gem. It's packed with suspense, but also a lot of heart.

***

Danse Macabre can be purchased at:
Amazon

Prices/Formats: $2.99 ebook, $11.99 paperback
Pages: 254
Genre: New Adult, Detective Mystery
Release: October 2014
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 9781502723772
Click to add to your Goodreads list.


About the Author

Cristelle Comby was born and raised in the French-speaking area of Switzerland, in Greater Geneva, where she still resides.

Thanks to her insatiable thirst for American and British action films and television dramas, her English is fluent.

She attributes to her origins her ever-peaceful nature and her undying love for chocolate. She has a passion for art, which also includes an interest in drawing and acting.

Danse Macabre is her third new-adult novel, and she’s hard at work on the next titles in the Neve & Egan series.

Links to connect with Cristelle:
Web Site
Twitter
Goodreads
Instagram
Blog Tour Site


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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Karambit- is a small Southeast Asian hand-held curved knife resembling a claw.

Strigoi- In Roman Mythology, strigori are the troubled souls of the dead rising from the grave. Some can be living people with certain magical properties.

These words are from the book: Innocent Blood by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser comes from the book:  Innocent Blood  by  James Rollins and  Rebecca Cantrell

Pg. 17

Whatever he saw in her eyes drove him back to the gathering students, where he sank quickly into his seat, keeping his face down.

Michael J. Bowler - Once Upon a Time in America - Review & Giveaway



About the Book

With Lance leading the way, the Knights of the Round Table have set out to convince the American people that amending the Constitution to protect children is right and just and long overdue. As the team travels from state to state, they are met with acceptance, indifference, and even hostility. But Lance’s popularity and mystique as The Boy Who Came Back, coupled with his innate charm, gradually sway more and more of the populace, not to mention state legislators, to their cause.

The journey becomes a rite of passage that propels the young people into adulthood, and solidifies Lance’s status as an iconic and influential figure.

But he’s uneasy. He knows Arthur is hiding something from him, something that will bring him great sadness. After The Excalibur Incident in Las Vegas, Lance becomes more and more certain that the future is one he won’t like, despite his stunning success at winning over some of the most intractable states.

Then comes the attack, sudden and brutal.

Now the Round Table is in disarray, and Lance must confront a cold-blooded killer who’s luring him into an obvious trap. But if he refuses the challenge, more loved ones will die, and everything he’s fought for will die with them. Surrounded by the diverse young knights who have become his family, Lance sets out to battle his enemy with the knowledge deep in his heart that only one of them will survive. Is this the end of the Round Table?

The Knight Cycle concludes…


My Review

After reading the other books in this young adult fantasy series, the final one did not disappoint. There's a satisfying payoff at the end, but there are also pivotal moments during the quest to get the Children's Bill of Rights ratified that bring Lance and his knights to their knees in sorrow.

The youthful knights, with now eighteen-year-old Lance as their leader, continue on their extraordinary journey of service as they crisscross the nation, only to discover that there are traitors in their midst. Their friendship and loyalty are tested as they begin to lose key members of their group along the way.

Michael Bowler is a master storyteller. He writes page turners that keep you emotionally involved right up until the end. I highly recommend reading all five of his King Arthur inspired books. You won't be disappointed.

***

Once Upon a Time in America can be purchased at:
Amazon, Barnes and Noble

Prices/Formats: $4.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Pages: 328
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult
Release: November 12, 2014
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 9780990871101
Click to add to your Goodreads list.


About the Author

Michael J. Bowler is an award-winning author of seven novels––A Boy and His Dragon, A Matter of Time (Silver Medalist from Reader’s Favorite), and The Knight Cycle, comprised of five books: Children of the Knight (Gold Award Winner in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards), Running Through A Dark Place, There Is No Fear, And The Children Shall Lead, and Once Upon A Time In America.

His horror screenplay, “Healer,” was a Semi-Finalist, and his urban fantasy script, “Like A Hero,” was a Finalist in the Shriekfest Film Festival and Screenplay Competition.

He grew up in San Rafael, California, and majored in English and Theatre at Santa Clara University. He went on to earn a master’s in film production from Loyola Marymount University, a teaching credential in English from LMU, and another master's in Special Education from Cal State University Dominguez Hills.

He partnered with two friends as producer, writer, and/or director on several ultra-low-budget horror films, including “Fatal Images,” “Club Dead,” and “Things II,” the reviews of which are much more fun than the actual movies.

He taught high school in Hawthorne, California for twenty-five years, both in general education and to students with learning disabilities, in subjects ranging from English and Strength Training to Algebra, Biology, and Yearbook.

He has also been a volunteer Big Brother to eight different boys with the Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters program and a thirty-year volunteer within the juvenile justice system in Los Angeles. He is a passionate advocate for the fair treatment of children and teens in California, something that is sorely lacking in this state.

He has been honored as Probation Volunteer of the Year, YMCA Volunteer of the Year, California Big Brother of the Year, and 2000 National Big Brother of the Year. The “National” honor allowed he and three of his Little Brothers to visit the White House and meet the president in the Oval Office.

He is currently at work on a horror/suspense novel based on his screenplay, “Healer.”

Links to connect with Michael:
Web Site
Facebook
Twitter
Goodreads
Blog
Tumblr
Pinterest
Instagram
Blog Tour Site


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Monday, December 8, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

My mailbox was empty last week, but that's OK I can catch up with everything during this busy time of the year.

Reading:  Past Crimes By Glen Erik Hamilton


What goodies did you get?

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today are random words I found.

Adjuration- An earnest urging or advising.

Burin- An engraver's steel cutting tool having the blade ground to a sharp point.

Declamatory- pretentiously lofty in style; bombastic.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from the book:  Past Crimes by Glen Erik Hamilton

   When his estranged grandfather is shot and left for dead, an Army Ranger must plunge into the criminal underworld of his youth to find a murderer and uncover a shocking family secret in this atmospheric and evocative debut thriller.

pg. 61

As we walked past other rooms, I saw some of the same visitors still here from the day before. There were a lot of round-the-clock vigils in Trauma.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Mailbx Monday

Mailbox Monday

Only one new book in my mailbox last week:  The Haunting Of Sunshine Girl  by Paige McKenzie

When Sunshine moves to a creepy old house in a small rainy town, the ghost of a young girl haunting her bedroom is only the beginning.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today are random:

Detritus- waste or debris of any kind.

Nongermane- irrelevant, not germane.

Tangential- relating to, diverging from a previous course.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from the book:   Christmas At Tiffany's  by Karen Swan

Teaser:
Pg. 24

She shook her head and finished the rest of her drink. She knew she was drunk and depressed.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from : Flesh And Blood  by  Patricia Cornwell

pg. 49
"I think you can rule out a drive-by shooting or foiled robbery or anything else that might have involved a handgun," I tell Machado.

Monday, November 17, 2014

The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford Review-Post

The Pocket Wife  by  Susan Crawford         Review-Post


This is an interesting and intriguing story of a woman on the edge of having a mental collapse when she begins to unravel clues of her husband's infidelity. Her friend and neighbor is found murdered in her home and she fears she may have done it, thinking that was the woman her husband was having the affair with.
Truly a psychological thriller that keeps you riveted to the page.

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

I didn't receive any books in my mailbox last week, but need the time to catch-up.

Finished reading:  The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford

Started reading:  Flesh and Blood  by Patricia Cornwell

What did you receiv
e?

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today come from the book:  Flesh And Blood by Patricia Cornwell

1. Aventurine glass-is a sparkly glass made with copper or copper salts.

2. Mantovana bread- is an olive oil bread.

3. Agave nectar- is a natural sweetener with a pleasant neutral taste. Most comes from Mexico and South Africa.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today is from :  Flesh And Blood   by  Patricia Cornwell

pg.7

Midmorning slanted sunlight polishes his hair bright silver, a little longer than usual falling low on his brow and curling up in back.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday No new books arrived last week, but happy for time to catch-up with my reading. Reading: The Pocket Wife by Susan Crawford What goodies did you receive ?

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today are from The Pocket Wife by  Susan Crawford

Perfunctory- An action or gesture carried out with a minimum effort or reflection.

Extraneous- Irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser is from:   The Pocket Wife   by  Susan Crawford

pg.11

"Peter looked at me like he'd slit my throat if he had the chance." For a moment Dana sees a coldness in his eyes that makes her turn away.

Deadly Odds by Allen Wyler Review-Post

Deadly Odds   by Allen Wyler        Review- Post

      Arnold Gold, a twenty three year old computer genius, is taken over by terrorists after a very unlucky visit to Las Vegas.
      This very suspenseful thriller leaves you on the edge of your seat as he uses his techno skills to get himself out of a deadly mess as the terrorists try to use his knowledge for their benefit. He has to play both sides, which means answering to the FBI also.
       I found this story filled with ingenious twists and turns and quick thinking on Arnold's part to survive this terrible ordeal he is in . Not a dull read indeed!





Monday, November 3, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

I had five books arrive in my mailbox last week:

Past Crimes by Glen Erik Hamilton  (courtesy of Wm Morrow publishers)
The Pocket Wife  by Susan Crawford (courtesy of Wm Morrow publishers)
Flesh And Blood  by Patricia Cornwell (courtesy of Wm Morrow publishers)
Saving Grace  by Jane Green (courtesy of Tandem Literary)
Monsters All The Way Down  by Ryan McSwain   (gift from the Author)

What goodies did you receive?





Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words are taken from : Dictionary of Unusual & Complicated Words

Opacification- made opaque.

Ablutophobia- fear of washing or bathing.

Ailurophile- a love of cats, a cat fancier.

Michael J. Bowler - And The Children Shall Lead - Review & Giveaway



About the Book

The campaign to save California’s children was only the beginning. Now King Arthur and his Round Table of teenaged knights set their sights on fixing something even bigger – the entire country. How? By targeting America’s most sacred document – The Constitution.

Native American teens Kai and Dakota, despite harboring secrets of their own, join the team, and swear undying loyalty to Lance. They carry the hope of their people that the crusade will better the lives of Indian children, who are the most neglected by government. This new campaign will take the young people to The White House, the halls of Congress, and beyond in their quest to change the prevailing opinion that children are property, rather than human beings in their own right.

But an unseen nemesis stalks Lance and Arthur, and ratchets up the attacks on New Camelot, promising to kill them and destroy all that the king has put in place. Lance, Ricky, Kai, and Dakota become the enemy’s favorite targets, and barely escape with their lives on more than one occasion. Who is this mysterious stalker, and what is the motive for these attacks? Lance has no idea, especially since he’s never intentionally hurt anyone.

“You were right, little boy, death is coming for you, but slowly, and only after it takes out the people you love.” That chilling promise haunts Lance, but also strengthens his determination to protect the people he loves at all costs. Or die trying.

The Knight Cycle Continues…


My Review

In this the fourth book of King Arthur's modern-day campaign, Lance and his band of teenage knights take on an even bigger crusade, hoping to amend the Constitution with a Children's Bill of Rights.

But they face a continuing threat—the stalker who wants to attack the foundations of Camelot by murdering them one by one, saving Lance for last. The tension is heightened as the knights are placed in mortal danger, time and time again from their home base in California all the way to Washington, D.C.

But Lance will do anything to protect the ones he loves, even to the point of dying for them…again. He shows so much loyalty throughout, doing everything in his power to keep them safe.

And they don't let the threat stop them from living their lives. They forge on, trying to keep things as normal as possible. I know a favorite scene of mine was the much anticipated nuptials between King Arthur and Jenny. Young readers will love how One Direction shows up to entertain the guests as the surprise wedding band. It's a nice light-hearted moment where everyone gets to dress up and have fun.

And I was also excited to meet the two new Native American knights, Dakota and Kai, and how their relationship compared and contrasted to that of Lance and Ricky. It was nice to get two different perspectives of how teenage boys handle being in a same sex relationship in America today. Their characters really added to the journey that Michael J. Bowler is taking us on, both in terms of excitement and emotion.

I cannot wait to read the final book in the series and see how it all plays out.

***

And The Children Shall Lead can be purchased at:
Amazon, Barnes and Noble

Prices/Formats: $4.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Pages: 302
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult
Release: September 25, 2014
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 9780990306368
Click to add to your Goodreads list.


About the Author

Michael J. Bowler is an award-winning author of seven novels––A Boy and His Dragon, A Matter of Time (Silver Medalist from Reader’s Favorite), and The Knight Cycle, comprised of five books: Children of the Knight (Gold Award Winner in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards), Running Through A Dark Place, There Is No Fear, And The Children Shall Lead, and Once Upon A Time In America.

His horror screenplay, “Healer,” was a Semi-Finalist, and his urban fantasy script, “Like A Hero,” was a Finalist in the Shriekfest Film Festival and Screenplay Competition.

He grew up in San Rafael, California, and majored in English and Theatre at Santa Clara University. He went on to earn a master’s in film production from Loyola Marymount University, a teaching credential in English from LMU, and another master's in Special Education from Cal State University Dominguez Hills.

He partnered with two friends as producer, writer, and/or director on several ultra-low-budget horror films, including “Fatal Images,” “Club Dead,” and “Things II,” the reviews of which are much more fun than the actual movies.

He taught high school in Hawthorne, California for twenty-five years, both in general education and to students with learning disabilities, in subjects ranging from English and Strength Training to Algebra, Biology, and Yearbook.

He has also been a volunteer Big Brother to eight different boys with the Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters program and a thirty-year volunteer within the juvenile justice system in Los Angeles. He is a passionate advocate for the fair treatment of children and teens in California, something that is sorely lacking in this state.

He has been honored as Probation Volunteer of the Year, YMCA Volunteer of the Year, California Big Brother of the Year, and 2000 National Big Brother of the Year. The “National” honor allowed he and three of his Little Brothers to visit the White House and meet the president in the Oval Office.

He is currently at work on a horror/suspense novel based on his screenplay, “Healer.”

Links to connect with Michael:
Web Site
Facebook
Twitter
Goodreads
Blog
Tumblr
Pinterest
Instagram
Blog Tour Site


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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser comes from the book:   Deadly Odds   by Allen Wyler

pg. 6

  A car engine grew more distant, blocks away. A dog barked somewhere on the next block.Graveyard stillness settled over the alley.



Monday, October 27, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

Received one new book in my mailbox.

His Name Was Ben   by  Paulette Mahurin   Courtesy of the author.

Hearing the words "it's cancer" threw Sara Phillips' life into chaos, until an unexpected turn of events and a chance encounter with a stranger changed everything-his name was Ben.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

DJ Wilson - Ride to Restoration - Review & Giveaway



About the Book

In this second book, D learns that paying it forward is not without costs, toss in Candi Parker, the girl of D’s dreams gone rogue, along with vivacious Victoria Lawson, attorney at law, who willingly steps in to fill Candi’s thong, and D’s hilarious misadventures continue across Canada. Reality sets in and the bullets begin to fly just two days after he returns to the states.

D sends Victoria away to keep her out of harm’s way, before tackling his real life demons, aka A.J. Standford, the Ponzi scheming banker who has a bounty on D’s head, and Candi’s extended family, the Gambinos, who will profit from his demise.

The romantic side of the story poses multiple questions: Will D settle for Victoria after being royally screwed by Candi or will his feelings for Candi propel him back into her life and the crime family’s ongoing chaos? Will Candi take back her sleazy ex-husband Joseph or will she somehow manage to break with her powerful family and come crawling back to D’s loving arms?

With all of this going on, there’s bound to be hell to pay sooner rather than later. Like momma always said, “When you play with fire, you’re gonna get burned.”



My Review

This is the second book in D's adventures as he travels across Canada with a new companion, his sassy lawyer, Victoria. This Harley riding heartthrob is still on the run trying to escape the Ponzi scheming crook who put a bounty on his head from behind bars for stealing his stockpile of diamonds.

D's erotic journey continues as he tries to forget Candi, his chaps wearing companion in the last book. He thinks that she betrayed him by going back to her ex-husband and reestablishing contact with her Mafia connected family. Little does he know, she did it to save his life, sacrificing their love in order to keep him alive.

But when he finds out, will he stay with Victoria or go back to Candi?

D is definitely an interesting character, one who mixes romance with intrigue, along with a whole lot of heart. He's the kind of guy who can't resist helping those who are down on their luck and that makes him someone you can't help rooting for.

If you like motorcycle adventures, hot love triangles and steamy sex scenes, then this one's for you.

***

Ride to Restoration can be purchased at:
Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Google Play

Prices/Formats: $4.99 ebook, $11.95 paperback
Pages: 318
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release: July 16, 2014
Publisher: Riscatto Publishing
ISBN: 9781604148022
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About the Author

Raised in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, I graduated from Cumberland University, located in a small town you've never heard just inside Kentucky quite a few years ago. At the present, we're living beside beautiful Dale Hollow Lake.

Blessed to travel, blessed with health, blessed with second chances, too numerous to list here.

As a blogger, featured on many sites, including the Huffington Post, I have been humbled beyond measure, more times than not, by all that life has thrown our way.

Successful, that's me, catastrophic failure, that's me too. We've been there, done that and have the life changing scars to prove it.

Our writings reflect life through the throes of heartache and loss, as well as through the joys redemption brings.

"Life is not waiting for the Storms to Pass, It's Learning to Dance in the Rain."

Links to connect with DJ:
Web Site
Twitter
Goodreads
Blog Tour Site


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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

                                                 My Words are taken from Hard Words

1. Regnant- reigning; ruling, dominant.

2. Williwaw- a violent squall that blows in near-polar latitudes.

3. Tatterdemalion- a person in tattered clothing; a shabby person.



Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today comes from A Burnable Book by Bruce Holsinger, which I am currently still reading.

pg. 199
I felt my ignorance like a bad meal in the stomach. For the first time in my life, it seemed that knowledge, which had always been my privileged coinage, was failing me.










Monday, October 20, 2014

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

No new arrivals last week, I am currently reading A Burnable Book By Bruce Holsinger.

What new titles did you receive?

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My words today are from A Burnable Book By Bruce Holsinger, which I am now reading.
This takes place in Medieval London.

Tortious- Means constituting a wrongful act.

Pursuivants- are junoir officers of arms that are attatched to official heraldic authorities.



Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

My teaser today is from the book:

A Burnable Book by Bruce Holsinger

pg. 52

    He wiped his high forehead, exposed by the tight-fitting coif worn by his order. A capped stick bore a part of his fragile weight.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Trust In Me by Sophie McKenzie Review-Post

Trust In Me  by Sophie McKenzie         Review-Post

   Livy cannot believe her best friend Julia has been lying to her. When she discovers her body when she stops over for her weekly visit, things just don't add up. She begins to investigate futher finding things out even about her own husband.
    This fast- paced thriller with twists that leave you wanting to keep turning the pages . The thought that you couldn't trust the people close to you, leaves you with a fearful feeling. The danger involved as she gets closer to the truth, keeps you at the edge of your seat.






Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

I received one new book in my mailbox:  Dead End Deal  by Allen Wyler  courtesy o Astor Blue Editions.

Finished reading: Trust In me by  Sophie McKenzie

Started reading:  A Burnable Book  by  Bruce Holister

What did you receive?

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Wondrous Words Wednesday

Wondrous Words Wednesday

My wondrous words are from Trust In Me by  Sophie McKenzie.

Coruscating- flashing;sparkling, brilliant or striking in content or style.

Hasslblad- is a camera which is a product of a Swedish manufacturer.