I picked it up at a huge book sale for just a few bucks. The cover spoke to me and the blurb on the back was good enough to convince me to try it. I don’t normally read suspense, thriller type of books, but I love dance and I was curious about the setting mostly.
New indie author Christian Cura asked me if I wanted to share an excerpt of his new book Dreams of Thunder, which is set to be released in December. After reading the summary of the first book, I was pleasantly surprised. The premise is interesting and you know I’m in for a good paranormal book.
Thanks to Dave from The Write Reads for hosting the follow-up book tours for the other books by Kenneth. B. Andersen. The Die of Death is the second book in the Great Devil War series. I enjoyed the first one so I didn’t mind joining the ride for another adventure in Hell. The story follows
I read Rise of Gaia by Kristin Ward for a book tour hosted by The Write Reads. Dave provided a free copy of the book for an honest review and I couldn’t be more excited. You might remember I reviewed another of Kristin’s books last year and it didn’t click. But this one very much
Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin is a paranormal romance about werewolves. Toby wants to save his friend Victoria from a notorious family. Three stars.
Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
It’s #indieapril, a month in which indies get some extra love. I want to highlight some of the indie authors whose stories have touched me in the last years.
Rippler by Cidney Swanson is a typical YA paranormal romance, but with an interesting twist. No vampires or werewolves in this one. Three stars.
The Grey Ones by Yvonne J. Smit is a memoir about her life with a gift not many people have. She shares her story with her children. 4,5 stars.
A review of Runes by Ednah Walters. 1,5 stars for this paranormal romance with an original take on Norse mythology and an unsatisfying ending.