I am tired. Tired to the bone with all the words that are thrown against me like I'm the wall in a racquetball court and its my job to take it. My life my destiny to take society's beatings and be fine with it. The mental wear and tear of this life is too much at times and I … Continue reading Tired, But Still in the Game.
Review of Micah by Laurell K.Hamilton Available from Amazon.com Beyond Facebook Games I have another serious addiction - Laurell K. Hamilton books. Each time a new book comes out I reread the entire series. Last week, I finished Micah, previously my least favorite of the series. It has now successful moved up... The first time … Continue reading Take Two on Micah – Book Review
The Hunger Games review which I posted a few weeks ago was just a quickie; a brief note to let you know where I was in the trilogy. Now that I have finished, I am delighted to say that I am really and truly satisfied with the story and how the author choose to end … Continue reading The Hunger Games – Satisfied at Last
It is late on a Friday night and I am living the dream; writing in my undies and enjoying an adult beverage. Heaven right? Okay, maybe not for you, but this fourth week of school has been pretty rough. The kids are finally getting into their routines, relationships between teachers and students are being squared … Continue reading Play Nice
Review of Straight Shot By K.W. Jeter Available thru Amazon via my A-Store As a recovering Catholic, this book struck a cord on the very first page. A young women, Marcia, also a recovering Catholic, has been tasked by her estranged father with assisting his passage to the next life on November 2nd, All Soul's … Continue reading Straight Shot: A Review
Review of The Other West Moore By Wes Moore Available through Amazon Since the day that NPR aired a story on this book it has been on my reading list. It was one of the first books that I added to my current reading list on Goodreads. Then I purchased my kindle and material reading … Continue reading One Name: Two Fates
Review of His Devil By Erick Lynd This short story delighted me and disappointed me. I wanted more. A fast paced story that will tug at your heart strings as a young boy deals with the abandonment of his family by his father. It is easy to step into the boy's shoes as he works … Continue reading His Devil … the Devil within
Review of Murder of Crows by Edward Medina Available for the Kindle at Amazon.com Once upon a time has been reborn and re-engineered to perfection with the latest offering of Edward Medina. Murder of Crows is a classic waiting for the rest of the world to realize it. There is a lyrical quality to Medina’s … Continue reading Once Upon A Time: Reborn (A Review)
Review of Lady Dorn by Sean Hayden Admittedly, I am a newbie to the Steampunk genre, but this novel blew me away. It isn't pretentious as some of the genre have been reported to be. In fact, it contained all the things that make a novel compelling; excellent character development, vivid imagery and twisty-turny plot … Continue reading The Lady is a Vamp….
Review of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith Sure, they know the old Honest Abe myth, however, this new incarnation of the Lincoln myth let's them see deeper into the real man. Knowing more about and getting to know the real man, one gains a better appreciation for his achievements, both personal and political; … Continue reading Taking a Bite Out of History