Now that school is over for the summer, it's time to find something to read. Perhaps you're in a summer reading program or a book club. Maybe you just need a good book as you relax by the pool or suntan in the back yard. Try The Sixth Power and Double Play, both available on… Continue reading Summer Reading
Looking for a book to give that special someone this Christmas? Do they enjoy fantasy, magic, adventure, romance, or Lord of the Rings? Give them The Sixth Power, available in ebooks on Amazon
Book Review: Twilight/Life and Death, by Stephenie Meyer: I was curious to see how Stephenie Meyer was going to pull off a gender switch up for Twilight, so I bought Twilight/Life and Death (the tenth anniversary edition) and started reading. First you have to understand that I am a die-hard Twilight fan. I've read the… Continue reading Twilight/Life and Death
Eleanor thinks life is finally going to settle down. She's got friends at school, a boyfriend who loves her, and enough money left to her by her adopted mother to see her through till graduation. She knows how to pass as human, and she is beginning to believe that people aren't so bad. But when… Continue reading Celeste — The Unseen, Book 2
Book Review: Celia and the Wolf, by Donna Maloy. Celia’s father has warned her repeatedly that her true nature as a shapeshifter is to be kept hidden. But normal life in 1806 England is so boring. A fourteen-year old young lady is supposed to sit still, be pretty, embroider, and act refined. Celia dreams of… Continue reading Celia and the Wolf
Today the main character, Tania Westing, from my novel, The Sixth Power, is being interviewed by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones, on her website, A River of Stones. Check it out! http://idea-creations.blogspot.com/2014/11/character-interview-tania-westing-from.html Thank you, Kathryn!
Book Review: Eleanor (Book 1 of The Unseen) -- by Johnny Worthen Wow! I picked up this book and couldn’t put it down. It was amazing. Eleanor definitely gets five stars! For ten years Eleanor has hidden what she is by blending into the crowd, never doing anything outstandingly better or noticeably worse. But now… Continue reading Eleanor
Book Review -- Beauty and the Werewolf, by Mercedes Lackey I always enjoy retellings of the old fairy tales, and this was no exception. Isabella Beauchamps has two step sisters and a step mother, but instead of being the servant, Bella runs the household with efficiency and love. Wearing her red cloak, Isbella Beauchamps sets… Continue reading Beauty and the Werewolf
I was in the library the other day and picked up Braced To Bite, by Serena Robar, from the YA section. Colby Blanchard is a Type A personality with a little OCD thrown in. She's a cheerleader, bossy, determined to be Homecoming Queen, planning to ace college, and a little arrogant too... until she is… Continue reading Braced To Bite
After three weeks of thinking I was going to die from the plague, I think I'm finally getting better. Today I got out my laptop and started reconnecting with the world. It’s amazing how the email, etc. can pile up when one is sick. I haven’t had the energy to do much except read. And… Continue reading I’m Back!