Beth Underdown is a new author for myself, and “The Witchfinder’s Sister” happens to be her debut novel. According to her website there is no news on any upcoming works. First and foremost, I have a grievance. I’m pretty sure this grievance is felt on both sides, so most of you will be able to relate.… Continue reading The Witchfinder’s Sister- Beth Underdown
To be her enemy was to perish. And being her son would not exempt me.”
“I fear we have already been stripped of the humanity we were sent here to fight for.”
While the cat is away. . .the mouse will play.
I was graciously contacted by the author, John A. Heldt, to receive a free copy of “The Mine” in exchange for an honest review. That being said, it has not altered my opinion of the book whatsoever.”The Mine” was published in 2012 and is available for purchase. John A. Heldt is a new author for me-… Continue reading The Mine- John A Heldt
I was chosen by Netgalley to receive an advanced reader copy of “No Man’s Land” by Simon Tolkien. Given that fact, it has not altered my opinion on the book at all. “No Man’s Land” has a scheduled release date of January 24th 2017. There are two main reasons why I wanted to review this book. First and foremost, with a last… Continue reading No Man’s Land- Simon Tolkien
I was chosen by Netgalley to review the book “The Other Einsten” by Marie Benedict (aka Heather Terrell). Given that fact, it has not altered my opinion on the book at all. “The Other Einstein” has a scheduled release date of October 18th 2016. What drew me to request this book? First and foremost, the cover AND the title… Continue reading The Other Einstein- Marie Benedict