Finally, Cassandra slumped against the wooden rail and murmured, "It's coming... we have maybe two hours to prepare..." Happy Monday! Hope you had an exciting 4th of July weekend. Now it's time to get back into the swing of things. To help you out, I'm back with an all-new book to share with you. The … Continue reading Book Review: The Ship
I will post my review of the second book in the series on Monday. I wanted to share my review of the first book before then. Please check it out and have a great weekend!
The Bridge is a paranormal thriller written by Allan Krummenacker. The story follows a psychic, Alex Hill, as he is slowly forced to embrace his abilities once again to help solve a crime, and in the process, absolve himself of the crime.
The story begins with an automobile accident witnessed by sergeant Veronica Ross, Alex’s girlfriend. Two teens who sergeant Ross mentors die as of a result of the accident, setting off the chain of events.
When it is discovered that the teens, who supposedly died in the crash, had in fact drowned several hours before, this brings Alex into the investigation, albeit reluctantly. No one in the town knows of Alex’s psychic abilities, preferring to keep it suppressed due to a tragedy many years before, but he is almost manipulated by happenstance to use his gifts to help his girlfriend, and his sceptical friend, the Chief of Police…
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I'm going to move away from my truck project, which is coming together nicely, and I'm going to talk a little about something else. A few months ago, I volunteered to beta-read a book which I began, but I unfortunately had my notes on my computer which died on me. The best I could do … Continue reading Coming soon, another book review
Book review is done and I will post it tomorrow at noon. For now, I have no other books in the queue, waiting to be read and reviewed. It's an odd feeling, both sad and a relief. Next up, I can start reading Divergent. The box set is sitting on my desk, begging to be read. … Continue reading Checking in for the thrill of it
We're at the mid-way point of February, and thankfully Valentine's Day is over. I hoped you survived it as I did. Now we can all get back to doing what is really important in our lives, reading a good book. Today's featured book is by Sam Quentin. I hope you enjoy! When Keldraid Defense - … Continue reading Book Review: Solid Rock
Super Bowl Sunday has come and gone, with Seattle the victors and a very disappointed Denver in its wake. February also brings with it a reminder of romance for the lovers out there, as well as another book for me to review. Today I will be reviewing an Eli Yaakunah novel. You can find her … Continue reading Book Review: The Woman Who Sparked the Greatest Sex Scandal of All Time
The holidays are over, and we are at the beginning of a new year. So to all of you, Happy New Year! To start of on the right foot, I have a great book for you all. The Birth of Vengeance, by Paul Ross. You can follow him on Twitter @rossywrites. When I began reading … Continue reading Book Review: The Birth of Vengeance
Thanksgiving is over, and the holiday shopping season is in full swing. Hope the holidays were kind to you, and that you Black Friday shopping didn't leave you with a black eye. For today's review, I read Kevis Hendrickson's novel Rogue Hunter: Dark Space. This is the second book in the Rogue Hunter series. You can follow … Continue reading Book Review: Rogue Hunter Dark Space
November is halfway over, and Thanksgiving is next week. Black Friday is next, which officially kicks off the holiday shopping season. Are you ready? If between the festivities, and the shopping, you begin aching for a moment of peace, please check out this week's selection. I'll be reviewing Marsh Island by Oliver F. Chase. You … Continue reading Book Review: Marsh Island
Happy October everyone! Hope you are enjoying the cooler weather. I know I am. Today I'm excited to introduce you to Christine Rice. She has several books published, and I'm featuring her memoir, My Not-So-Ordinary Life. Check out her website, and follow her on Facebook and Twitter. My Not-So-Ordinary Life chronicles the author's life from her preschool years to present day. There … Continue reading Book Review: My Not-So-Ordinary Life