Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

This week’s Saturday Snippet is brought to you by author Stacy Bennett and her new release, Quest of the Dreamwalker. This is the first book in her Corthan Legacy series. This is one I’ve read and recommend. If you enjoyed Dragon’s Call, and if you enjoy fantasy with a dash of romance, you will enjoy […] … More Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

Reader Spot – Meet #BookReviewer Claire (@BrizzleLass) #Fantasy #ChickLit — Shelley Wilson

Here on the Reader Spot, I share the bookish love of our avid book reviewers. From young adult to historical romance, chick-lit to a murder mystery, they know what they like, and they’re happy to share. Whether you are a reader looking for a new book, or a writer wondering what your reader wants, I … More Reader Spot – Meet #BookReviewer Claire (@BrizzleLass) #Fantasy #ChickLit — Shelley Wilson

Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett – Book Review

Cara leads a lonely existence under the wrath of Sidonius, a dark sorcerer, in the isolated confines of Black Keep. Never have Sidonius’ captives caught her attention before until two men of the Sword, tough mercenaries, peak her interest and make her question her very existence. The captivity they are held in, Cara finds, is … More Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett – Book Review

A Life Redefined by Tracy Hewitt Meyer – Book review

I usually crank out my book reviews as soon as I’m done reading, but A Life Redefined…did something to me…and I still don’t know if I’ve figured out what exactly that was, but it wasn’t bad. It was an irreversible shift, a root taking hold, that lets me know this book will resonate with me … More A Life Redefined by Tracy Hewitt Meyer – Book review

Jason’s Princess by Elise Manion – Book review

Finally, a LOL, modern western romance series without cliché dialogue, uber-machismo men, and obnoxious, helpless women! Julie Armstrong was a dealt a lousy hand when her parents were killed in a car accident, leaving her the sole guardian of her brother. Her one and only love, Billy, took off on her shortly after, compounding her … More Jason’s Princess by Elise Manion – Book review

Jarod’s Heart by Elise Manion – Book review

5 Stars, easy! (And…shhh…I didn’t even read book #1 yet, but I certainly will now) Sigh… I needed that! This was a no-bathroom-breaks and I-can’t-read-fast-enough kind of book for me. Elise Manion’s dialogue and description is so unbelievably effortless, witty, charming, and suspenseful. My favorite line, “Thank you, Monday, for wasting no time in throat-punching … More Jarod’s Heart by Elise Manion – Book review

The Weeping Books Of Blinney Lane

The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane is a fantasy written by Drea Damara. Sarah Allister runs the family bookshop on Blinney Lane in Salem, Mass. It’s her whole life, literally, as she can never leave the small cobble-stoned street due to an ancient curse. When young Agatha Blinney was tortured and hanged hundreds of years ago as a witch, she cursed the townspeople. One family member from each generation bears scars like those she suffered, scars which cause unbearable pain if they leave the street. … More The Weeping Books Of Blinney Lane

The Last Keeper’s Daughter by Rebecca Trogner – Book review

The Last Keeper’s Daughter by Rebecca Trogner is a genre breaker that seeps into fantasy, humor, romance, adventure, and epic thriller.  Lily has always been unique and suffered from severe social disorders at best without medical explanation.  The frail young woman receives more than a diagnosis upon the mysterious disappearance of her father Walter.  Given … More The Last Keeper’s Daughter by Rebecca Trogner – Book review

Free Book Reviews

Just FYI for those struggling authors out there…I know it’s an uphill battle, both ways, in an ice storm, with a bag of rocks on your back.  We’ve all read everything about how to make our query and submissions great, and to self-market!, self-market!!  Great, thanks, easier said than done! Okay, so would you like … More Free Book Reviews

Into The Hand Of A Woman by Carla H. Ohse – Book review

Carla Ohse’s Into The Hand Of A Woman is a captivating read for anyone keen on adaptations of historic fairytales, myths, and epic battles.  Deborah Miller, a successful New York judge, tries a case that compels her to further investigate the tale of the plaintiff.  When Deborah discovers the atrocities against a group of women … More Into The Hand Of A Woman by Carla H. Ohse – Book review