Monthly Archives: April 2017

Evelyn, After by Victoria Helen Stone ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

  This book had promise. It promised to be psychological suspense. It failed. There was never any mystery, except when the suspense would begin. What it ended up being was a woman’s midlife crisis, journey of self-discovery, and romance. I … Continue reading

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True Grit ~ Tuesday’s Words of Writing Inspiration

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Meme Monday ~ Laughs for #Readers and #Writers

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Z-Minus by Perrin Briar ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

  This one was surprisingly fun! It’s not a book I would have normally picked up, but I needed a title that started with Z for my #LitsyAtoZ challenge, and this one was a free Kindle download, so I figured, … Continue reading

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True Grit ~ Tuesday’s Words of Writing Inspiration

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Meme Monday ~ Laughs for #Readers and #Writers

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The Killing Lessons by Saul Black ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

I have mixed feelings about this one. It was dark and gritty and brutal, the characters were deep and intense, but I feel like it should have been about 100 pages shorter. This is what I’ve come to term a … Continue reading

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True Grit ~ Tuesday’s Words of Writing Inspiration

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Meme Monday ~ Laughs for #Readers and #Writers

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Malevolent by Jana DeLeon ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

  This was a good book. Not excellent, but there was nothing about it that I found lacking. The main character, Shaye Archer, is just damaged enough, and in an interesting enough way, to provide the author with ample room … Continue reading

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