Book review
Fantasy, Ficton, historical fiction, Mystery, Romance, Thriller

Playing Catch Up: Recent Reads To Read!

AHHH! I’m so focused on my digital marketing business that I fell behind on posting about all the wonderful books I’ve read. If you need a book to escape to when you feel overwhelmed by the holiday season, head over to the library, bookstore, or whatever and grab one of these reads! Point of Direction… Continue reading Playing Catch Up: Recent Reads To Read!

Ficton, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

The Wife Between Us By Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Ever feel like your being followed? You leave the coffee shop after visiting with a friend and the glare of a stranger is on you. Unfortunately, a quick scan of the crowded city streets yields no results. Still, that lingering feeling is there. Somewhere there is a pair of eyes watching you. Emma is a… Continue reading The Wife Between Us By Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Ficton, historical fiction, Mystery, Uncategorized

The Life She Was Given by Ellen Marie Wiseman

Lilly Blackwood is a young girl that sees the world outside of her home (Blackwood Manner) through iron bars. She is locked in her room in the attic, with no mirrors, a few toys, and lots of religious paraphernalia. Despite being held prisoner in her own home, her mother insists that she should be grateful… Continue reading The Life She Was Given by Ellen Marie Wiseman

Ficton, Mystery, Thriller

Something In The Water By Catherine Steadman

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

Ficton, Science Fiction

Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by Gerry Davis

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

Fantasy, Ficton

Of Mist and Bees by Erick Setiawan

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