Book Review: Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

Several months ago, I brought Enchanted by Alethea Kontis in anticipation of reading shortly after I had the pleasure of meeting her at a Barnes N' Noble event in Orlando, Florida.  Needless to say that life intervened and I didn't crack open the book until this past week. I wish I hadn't waited so long. … Continue reading Book Review: Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

Book Review: The Eterna Files

Book Review: The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber. Available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and other retailers. Addicted. I am officially addicted to Leanna Renne Hieber's writing.   I have no problem with this addiction and intend to do nothing but feed it over the coming months. If you love reading, I would suggest … Continue reading Book Review: The Eterna Files

Shy Lu and the Book Signing

The hardest thing for people to believe about me is that I am actually shy. The powerful voice I use on the stage or in the classroom isn't a constant in my life. This evening, I had the great opportunity to listen to and meet with two fabulous ladies, Leanna Reneee Hieber and Alethea Kontis. … Continue reading Shy Lu and the Book Signing

Preview: Blood Child Chapter 2

Chapter 2 Em and her brothers were born and grew up at the New York Bathory estate. Their births all took place in the house itself, attended by a midwife and a physician in a room built specially for the receiving of Bath heirs. Their father, Count Atalik Hedrick Bath, insisted on having access to … Continue reading Preview: Blood Child Chapter 2

Preview: Blood Child Chapter 1

Chapter 1 “I am not drunk enough to talk about it now.” The interview I had lobbied over six months for just turned on her heels and walked back into the shadows of the house, leaving the door wide open and giving me an excellent view of her curves. My appreciation for them was short-lived, … Continue reading Preview: Blood Child Chapter 1

Book Review: Dusk and Summer

Dusk and Summer by Joseph A. Pinto Available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle formats. The first time I read this book, it held me captive, curled beneath my comforter until it was done with me.  Recently, it was released under a new publisher and with a new cover. Dusk and Summer kept me prisoner for … Continue reading Book Review: Dusk and Summer

Book Review: I Will Hold My Death Close

I Will Hold My Death Close by Stant Litore Available for pre-order on Amazon for your Kindle Circa 1120 BC - Israel - The story is based loosely on the events of Judges 11 where Jephthah (Yeptha) promises to sacrifice the first thing he sees upon his return home for victory over his enemies.  The first … Continue reading Book Review: I Will Hold My Death Close

Book Review: It Takes a Village to Kill Your Husband

It Takes a Village to Kill Your Husband by Jethro Collins Available: Kindle $2.99 and Paperback $9.49 This was just the brain candy that I needed to get me ready for the holidays. After a semester of reading literature to analyze for my students, I really needed this book. It was fun and flirty and … Continue reading Book Review: It Takes a Village to Kill Your Husband