Book Review

Whit’s End: Family Drama at It’s Finest

Whit’s End is a refreshing addition to books about realistic family drama. Though these kinds of books are not necessarily intended to to keep you on the edge of your seat, this one certainly did for me.That’s because the two women who are the viewpoint characters, Ava and Meg, are so engaging. As with all …

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War of the Worlds: Retaliation–Taking Sequels to a New Level

The idea of a sequel of War of the Worlds would never have occurred to me, but it clearly did to Gardner and Rust–and they did it brilliantly in War of the Worlds: Retaliation. Science fiction has covered a lot of ground since H.G. Wells wrote the original book, and readers’ expectations are quite different, …

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John Conroe’s Demon Accords Series

When I first started publishing, John Conroe was one of Amazon’s self-publishing success stories, an author supposedly inspired by his annoyance with a Twilight novel lent him by his daughter. After reading it, he said, “Vampires don’t farging sparkle!” and proceeded to write God Touched, the first novel in the Demon Accords series. That was …

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Ben Reeder’s “Demon Apprentice”: Another Promising Series Beginning

Operating on the theory that, if readers who like my books also like books by another author, I’m probably going to like that author too, I found Christopher Nuttall, as you can see here. Well, now I’ve found Ben Reeder, who is very different from Nuttall, but his books are every bit as enjoyable. Despite …

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