Category: Recommendations

2020 Book Review: A Stir of Echoes by Richard Matheson

Richard Matheson has written one a book that became one of my favorite movies of all time, What Dreams May Come. I have yet to read that book; the film captured me so much, but it is one I’ll read down the road if…

2020 Book Review: 1984 by George Orwell

There are some books I’ve come across in my youth that my perspective changed in my aging. Sometimes I find a gem I see completely different later. As is life, perception changes and life goes on, but this is just one of those books…

2020 Book Review: Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghost Stories

This is not a book written by Dahl. Instead, this is a collection of authors he wanted for a collection with the theme ghost stories. The introduction told helped me fix my initial mistake. I’m glad I usually flip through a few pages and…

2020 Book Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

I read this book for the first time in the fifth grade as part of a project on the author Mary Shelley. I admit, back then I really didn’t want to do anyone else. I had never read her work but heard of her…

2020 and 52 Book Reviews

I began planning out some things to do in 2020 in October, a month of Preptober for Nanowrimo started a fire of prepping for the coming year very early. I discovered quickly that I spend a lot of time writing ideas, scribbling thoughts, and…

#available NOW in #print and #kindle Invincible Heart (The John Baker Chronicles Book 1) by Bryan Tann (Author), Kindra Sowder

The #rerelease of the 2017 Dystopian Novel of the Year returns from Burning Willow Press! President Emerson King created the most highly evolved killer the United States has ever produced for one purpose: To capture or kill the fugitive Mila Hunter. Unfortunately for the…

28 DoBR: Maxwell Demon by L. Bachman

This book is a shameless plug, but it’s a book. Maxwell Demon is the first book in my series The Blasphemer Series. The synopsis is merely the squishing down summarizing of how deep this story goes. When writing it I cried, I laughed, and…

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