Wednesday, February 21, 2018

This Week's Reads

Blueshift
by Crilleb50 (DeviantArt)


The Outcasts of Time by Ian Mortimer
(Goodreads)
**I've already started this one. I'm not really sure what the point of the story is but still find it interesting. The two brothers have made a deal with someone (The devil?) and instead of dying from the plague they can spend their last six days going forward in time 99 years every one day. Seeing how much an area has changed in 99 years is interesting but because they are only there a day not much happens story wise.










The Bookworm by Mitch Silver
(Goodreads)
**This is another historical fiction, mystery, thriller type book. I'm curious how well the author does connecting all the different elements from the past to things that are happening in current time. I've read a few that take place in both the past and present and they do not always work out well.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

New Releases ~ week of 02/19/2108



A Duke in the Night by Kelly Bowen (#1 The Devils of Dover)
Agent in Place by Mark Greaney (#7 Court Gentry)
Blood of a Thousand Stars by Rhoda Belleza (#2 Empress of a Thousand Skies)
Bound by Shadows by Lola St Vil (#2 Kissed By Shadows)
Claws for Concern by Miranda James (#9 Cat in the Stacks Mystery)
Convenient Bride For The King by Kelly Hunter (#2 Claimed by a King)
Death of an Honest Man by M. C. Beaton (#33 Hamish MacBeth)
Driftwood Cove by Debbie Mason (#5 Harmony Harbor)
Eulogy by Rachel Van Dyken (#9 Eagle Elite)
Flat Line by J. M. Madden (#12 Sleeper Seals)
Flint by A. K. Michaels (#6 Vampires Thirst)
Glacier by Laurann Dohner (#9 VLG Series)
Heart of Ash by Kim Liggett (#2 Blood and Salt)
Ink, Iron, and Glass by Gwendolyn Clare (#1 Ink, Iron, and Glass)
Kill the Angel by Sandrone Dazieri (#2 Caselli and Torre)
Lord Ravenscar's Inconvenient Betrothal by Lara Temple (#2 Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies)
Masked by Angel Payne (#7 Honor Bound)
Nobody Does It Better by Lexi Blake (#15 Masters and Mercenaries)
Outpost by W Michael Gear (#1 Donovan Trilogy)
Pressing the Issue by Daryl Wood Gerber (#6 Cookbook Nook Mystery)
Pretty Little Killers by Rita Herron (#1 The Keepers)
Pride of the Fleet by Scott Bartlett (#2 Ixan Legacy)
Sirens by Joseph Knox (#1 Aiden Waits)
Smooth-Talking Cowboy by Maisey Yates (#1 Gold Valley)
Stranded with the Suspect by Cindi Myers (#6 Ranger Brigade: Family Secrets)
The Dead Stars by Adam Christopher (#3 Spider Wars)
The Fire Pit by Chris Ould (#3 Foroyars)
The Temple by Jean Johnson (#4 Guardians of Destiny)
The Woman in the Water by Charles Finch (#0 Charles Lenox Mysteries)
Their UnBearable Destiny by Reina Torres (#41 Howls Romance #3 in Orsino Security)
Winter Igniting by Rebecca Zanetti (#5 Scorpius Syndrome)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

This Week's Reads

Book of Universe
by LordSkizz (DeviantArt)
I've been in a bad reading slump lately, then the olympics started and I've been trying to read even less.


Terminal Alliance by Jim C Hines
Janitors of The Post-Apocalypse #1 (Goodreads)
**I've always enjoyed Hines books and since I tend to be picky about my sci-fi I thought one by hime would be good choice.















Shade the Changing Girl vol 1 Earth Girl Made Easy by Cecil Castellucci, Marley Zarcone (artist)
(Goodreads)
**This looked interesting when I saw it on the shelf. Looking at the star reviews now, maybe not so much. Will still give it a try and see if I think differently.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New Releases ~ week of 02/12/2018




A Dangerous Crossing by Ausma Zehanat Khan (#5 Rachel Getty & Esa Khattak)
Being Alpha by Aileen Erin (#7 Alpha Girl)
Break Us by Jennifer Brown (#3 Nikki Kill)
Cut You Down by Sam Wiebe (#2 Wakeland)
Death by a Whisker by T. C. LoTempio (#2 Cat Rescue Mystery)
Death in the Stars by Frances Brody (#9 Kate Shackleton)
Dog Men by Jim Butcher (#7 Dresden Files (graphic novels))
Donovan's Heart by Violet Duke (#3 Fourth Down)
Eternal Mourning by Carrie Ann Ryan (#7 Talon Pack)
Fallen Five by Erica Spindler (#3 Lightkeepers)
Hearts Like Hers by Melissa Brayden (#2 Seven Shores)
Hidden Fate by Tara Thomas (#1.2 Sons of Broad)
Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine, Ann Aguirre (#1 Honors)
In the Stars by Lorhainne Eckhart (#11 Friessens)
Infinity Base by Diana Peterfreund (#3 Omega City)
Justice Lost by Scott Pratt (#3 Darren Street)
Look for Her by Emily Winslow (#4 DI Chloe Frohmann)
More Than Love You by Shayla Black (#3 More Than Words)
Murder in Bloomsbury by D. M. Quincy (#2 Atlas Catesby)
Need You Now by J. Kenner (#3 Man of the Month)
Night Moves by Jonathan Kellerman (#33 Alex Delaware)
Olympus Bound by Jordanna Max Brodsky (#3 Olympus Bound)
On His Knees by Laura Kaye (#5 Blasphemy)
Poison by John Lescroart (#17 Dismas Hardy)
Rough Ride by Kristen Ashley (#5 Chaos)
Shadow Hunt by Melissa F Olson (#3 Disrupted Magic)
Shatter by Aprilynne Pike (#2 Glitter)
Shot On Gold by Jaci Burton (#14 Play By Play)
Sightwitch by Susan Dennard (#3 The Witchlands)
Smoldering Flame by Andrew Grey (#3 Rekindled Flame)
The Cat of the Baskervilles by Vicki Delany (#3 Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery)
The Dark Calling by Kresley Cole (The Arcana Chronicles #5)
The Ghost of Gabrielle Bonet by M.L. Bullock (#7 Gulf Coast Paranormal)
The Kremlin's Candidate by Jason Matthews (#3 Red Sparrow)
The Rogue Queen by Emily R King (#3 The Hundredth Queen)
The Sweetest Kind of Fate by Crystal Cestari (#2 Windy City Magic)
The Traitor Prince by C J Redwine (#3 Ravenspire)
Tiger's Claim by Celia Kyle (#2 Shifter Rogues)
Unraveled by Helen Hardt (#9 Steele Brothers Saga)

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

This Week's Reads

Mysterious Place
by HalTenny (DeviantArt)


Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh
Reign of the Fallen #1 (Goodreads)
**Not sure on this one. I'm not a big fan of zombies but usually like necromancers. Sometimes when they are done right I'll enjoy them. Here's hoping













Robots Vs Fairies edited by  Dominik Parisien, Navah Wolfe
(Goodreads)
**I'm guessing this is like the zombies vs unicorns. sci-fi vs fantasy. I like both genres but ten to lean towards fantasy more. I also seem to know more of the fantasy authors here.