How does that old saying go? Don't judge a book by its cover? Well, that certainly works with people, but sometimes an eye-catching book cover can reveal a whole new world. Whatever you do, do judge these books by their covers! 1. Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston 2. Three Cups of Tea… Continue reading 15 Books I Judged By Its Cover
My Sister's Grave is a mystery detective novel by author Robert Dugoni. If you are a reader who enjoys crime novels, this one is for you!
A book about travel that is sure to give you chills! I finished up Something In The Water by Catherine Steadman last week. It was on the New York Times bestseller list and showed up as a recommendation on my Audible feed. The book gods were calling to me to read this one! I really… Continue reading Something In The Water By Catherine Steadman
The character of Dr.Who and the panoply of books, TV series and audio adaptations that it has spun have held British and international audiences in thrall since 1963. And “Dr. Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen” by Gerry Davis, a novelized adaptation of the episodes that aired on the BBC is another gem. Readers… Continue reading Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by Gerry Davis
I can't believe it is July already! With summer zooming along so is my reading challenge. I finished these books in the past couple of weeks and enjoyed them all. May I suggest the following books if you are looking for some awesome summer reads.
The Pearl Sister is number four out of seven in the seven sisters series by Lucinda Reilly. It takes place in the early 1900’s with a complex and twisty tale of Australian history and coming to accept and love who you are.
Hello Den! I had the wonderful opportunity to speak with a debuting author, Jana Floyd. Floyd recently published her book, REBEKAH: A Ghost Story. I picked up my copy and recommend you do too! What inspired you to write a book? Ever since I was a wee little kid, I’ve made up stories in my head.… Continue reading Author Interview With Jana Floyd
Our story opens with Dr. Norman Johnson, a psychologist, who is traveling to the site of a plane crash. When Norman finally arrives at his destination, he finds out that there is no crash at all. Instead, it was a white lie that the US Navy told in order to get Norman to meet… Continue reading Sphere by Michael Crichton
This week, I finished up the Lying Game by Ruth Ware. I have to say, I was super excited about this book. I really enjoyed The Woman In Cabin 10 and when I saw that the bookstore had her book displayed up front, I figured I would pick it up. "I need you." Those are… Continue reading The Lying Game by Ruth Ware
Of Bees and Mist is an engrossing fable that chronicles three generations of women under one family tree and places them in a mythical town where spirits and spells, witchcraft and demons, and prophets and clairvoyance are an everyday reality. Meridia grows up in a lonely home until she falls in love with Daniel at… Continue reading Of Mist and Bees by Erick Setiawan