Review: Eric754

Review of ERIC 754 by Donna McDonald Rated 4 out of 5 stars. Entertaining; I can’t wait to read more in this series. Readers who are hardcore sci-fi fans should be aware that this novel is less Isaac Asimov or Ray Bradbury and more Jane Ann Krentz or Sandra Brown. This is a romance in…

SCHIFFLEBEIN’S FOLLY Wins Award

  Readers and voters on Wattpad.com have named SCHIFFLEBEIN’S FOLLY winner of the Paranormal category in Wattpad’s PROJECTWD Awards 2016. The family comedy steps into supernatural territory with several nonhuman supporting characters, including one sarcastic talking teapot.  Thus, the novel was included in the Paranormal fiction category on Wattpad. PROJECTWD is the moniker of the Project Writer…

Review of WAER, by Meg Caddy

Shifters Lowell and Lycaea are opposites, he a shepherd and peaceful family man as contented in his wolf form as he is in his human one; she a loner, criminal, torturer and tortured, who refuses to shift to her wolf form even though she pays a terrible price for that refusal. They will endure much, and…

Review: THE SILENT VOICE, by Christopher Hodder-Williams

In Christopher Hodder-Williams’ science fiction novel, THE SILENT VOICE, four astronauts return from a lengthy Mars mission to find their world is not as they remember it. Except for these four men, every human they encounter is under the delusion that nuclear war has decimated the planet, killing and displacing millions and laying waste to…

Review of MUST LOVE GHOSTS by Ani Gonzalez

Author Ani Gozalez deserves high marks for a happy, unhorrible, haunting tale. Abby lives in Banshee Creek, Virginia, a town where every day is Halloween. In fact, the town’s people are trying to get into the Guinness Book of Records as the “most haunted town.” Abby’s fiance, Cole, was a pillar of the community and an avid…

Crisis Looms for DUBY

Jean and Mitchell have resumed their lives, separately, but a crisis is looming in the form of an old, vengeful enemy. Will they be forced to come together again to evade a murderer? If so, will everyone survive? Read chapter 25, pt. 2, “Readjustment,” posted today to read for free on WATTPAD. BUY THE BOOK.

Warm, Captivating, and Fascinating

  Review of Sarah’s Orphans, by Vanetta Chapman Book 3 in the Plain and Simple Miracles series Harvest House Publishers, Eugene, Oregon, 2016     At only 23, Sarah Yoder has been taking care of her four younger brothers, the family house, and their small, struggling farm for years. Ironically, when her abusive bipolar Dat…