Blast from the Past: Good Morning Writers! ~ Self-pub – A new reading experience?

March 2019 What a great retrospect to the beginnings of self-publishing. I think self-publishing has grown up a lot and in fact, I mainly read self-published books now. Author’s know that an editor is essential for success as a self-published author and so the quality of these books are great. But what do you think? November 2014 How are you doing? Is your writing/blogging flowing … Continue reading Blast from the Past: Good Morning Writers! ~ Self-pub – A new reading experience?

Book Review ~ “Blood of Requiem” by Daniel Arenson

This post was first published in November 2014 Book 1 of Song of Dragons series Publisher: Daniel Arenson Publishing date: May 2011 Genre: fantasy, shapeshifters, dragons Formats: paperback, e-book Source: free copy via signing up to Daniel Arenson’s author page Bees: 5 out of 6 About the story: At Lanburg Fields the kingdom of Requiem and its King Benedicturs has been defeated. King Irae of … Continue reading Book Review ~ “Blood of Requiem” by Daniel Arenson

Book Review ~ Night Rogue ~ by Candi Silk (Warning: erotic fiction written for adult readers)

photo credit: Candi Silk March 2019 I posted this first on my old blog in 2014 November 2014 Publisher: Wildfire Romance Publishing LLC Publishing date: February 2014 Formats: e-book Genre: erotic romance, erotica, fiction, contemporary Source: own copy Bees: 5 out of 6 About the story: Victoria Kingston, a young woman working for a telecom firm, has been divorced for 6 months and had no … Continue reading Book Review ~ Night Rogue ~ by Candi Silk (Warning: erotic fiction written for adult readers)

Book Review ~ “Obstacles” by Chris Reardon

photo credit: Chris Reardon March 2019 This is a book review from 2019. The author has since deleted all his blogs and social media but his books are still available on Amazon. I have no other information on him. Find an interview with him here. October 2014 genre: fantasy, paranormal, contemporary e-book & paperback publisher: Solstice Shadows; First edition ( 2013) Chris Reardon asked if … Continue reading Book Review ~ “Obstacles” by Chris Reardon

Book Review: Elven Jewel by Kasper Beaumont

Editions: E-book Published: June 2013 Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Young Adult Source: free copy from the author for an honest review In a Buzz: What a charming story full of adventure and diverse characters  Rating: 🐝 🐝 🐝* About the author (via Goodreads) Kasper J. Beaumont was born and raised in Australia and lives a quiet life with the family in a seaside town. Kasper has … Continue reading Book Review: Elven Jewel by Kasper Beaumont

Blast from the Past : Bee’s Teaser Tuesday ~ One Hundred Years of Solitude

January 2019 A great old post about one of my favourite book genres… January 2017 I am a fan of magical realism ever since I discovered Isabel Allende and Gabriel Garcia Marquez about 20 years ago. In autumn I was determined to do a Future Learn course about the latter however, it was too time intensive and I had to stop. But the course made … Continue reading Blast from the Past : Bee’s Teaser Tuesday ~ One Hundred Years of Solitude

Tiny Book Review: Chimera by Celina Grace

Chimera by Celina Grace My rating: 4 of 5 stars When I started reading this book I didn’t know anything about the author or the series. Had gotten the book for free some time ago and decided to use 2019 to read some the books I have on the Kindle. What a lively surprise this story was. Main character Detective Inspector Kate Redman has a … Continue reading Tiny Book Review: Chimera by Celina Grace

Tiny Book Review: Claudette Melanson ~ The 12 Terrors of Christmas

Ok, Christmas is over at least for those who do not live with an Orthodox branch of Christianity. But this book is great at any time of the year. It might become my go-to book at Christmas time though… The 12 Terrors of Christmas by Claudette Melanson My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book was such a laugh to read. I am not a … Continue reading Tiny Book Review: Claudette Melanson ~ The 12 Terrors of Christmas

Tiny Book Review: Rich Skipworth’s Greyhound Glossary

Greyhound Glossary by Rich Skipworth My rating: 5 of 5 stars OMG! Every Greyhound owner must have this book. I got it for Christmas from my family and while I knew many of the expressions and cartoons already they still made me bark with laughter. From the “Rubbernosedoze” (hounds have a tendency to rest their heads on their noses while dozing) to the “Hands of … Continue reading Tiny Book Review: Rich Skipworth’s Greyhound Glossary

Tiny #Book Review: A Christmas Guest: A Novel by Anne Perry/ A Christmas Guest: A novel von Anne Perry

December 2018 I admit I repeat myself… 🙂 December 2017 A Christmas Guest: A Novel by Anne Perry My rating: 4 of 5 stars A strong-minded and very Victorian elderly lady gets send off to spend her Christmas with her daughter-in-law who has married an actor. Her granddaughter she is living with will spend Christmas in France an outrage in itself and on top of … Continue reading Tiny #Book Review: A Christmas Guest: A Novel by Anne Perry/ A Christmas Guest: A novel von Anne Perry