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Share-It Saturday: Broken Down: Being a Reviewer

Broken Down is a new feature of posts where I “break down” various aspects of my life. From writing, reviewing to plotting and the creativity of my work, I’ll go through all the nitty gritty details, explaining the how and why. . Being an author and a reader is often a double edged sword. There… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Broken Down: Being a Reviewer

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Fangirl Friday: The Elders and Welders Chronicles

I hadn’t really read a proper steampunk book until the author asked me to review the first two in this series. Once I did, I was hooked, but I’ve yet to find books that live up to this series. I also have yet to find time to read book 3, which is part of my… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: The Elders and Welders Chronicles

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Fangirl Friday: Hidden Agenda, by Peter Berman

This book was a HUGE surprise! I was lucky enough to be asked to review it by the author and it still has one of the best endings I’ve read in a long time. If you want twists, turns, surprises and a great who-dun-it, then this is the one for you! But, beware, because it… Continue reading Fangirl Friday: Hidden Agenda, by Peter Berman

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Book Review: We Met in Dreams, by Rowan McAllister

~ In Victorian London, during a prolonged and pernicious fog, fantasy and reality are about to collide—at least in one man’s troubled mind. A childhood fever left Arthur Middleton, Viscount Campden, seeing and hearing things no one else does, afraid of the world outside, and unable to function as a true peer of the realm.… Continue reading Book Review: We Met in Dreams, by Rowan McAllister

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Book Review: Cozzi Cove, by Joe Cosentino

~ Book One: Bouncing Back On Cozzi Cove at the New Jersey shore, handsome Cal Cozzi’s seven bungalows are open for summer and love. Mario and Harold are brothers and college students who happen to look alike, but couldn’t be more different: Mario is searching for love, and Harold is searching for lust. Josh and… Continue reading Book Review: Cozzi Cove, by Joe Cosentino