Interview: author L.S. Fellows

Coming March 21, 2018, from author L.S. Fellows: Casualty of Court, a courtroom drama with unexpected genre-bending twists.  Available for pre-order until March 21 at Casualty of Court. Interview with L.S. FELLOWS From far-away Spain comes my mystery author friend, L.S. Fellows, to share with us the inside story on her newest novel, Casualty of Court, that…

Book Review: The Great & The Small

A DARK BUT ENGAGING RODENT TALE (no pun intended) Iris Chacon’s Review of THE GREAT & THE SMALL by A. T. Balsara —  ***** Rated 5 stars This reviewer received a free copy of the ebook without obligation to provide a favorable or unfavorable review.   Not since Kate DiCamillo’s The Tale of Despereaux has…

Book Review: THE WOLVES OF WINTER

Review of THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Tyrell Johnson. Rated 5 stars by Iris Chacon. A FASCINATING, UNPREDICTABLE ADVENTURE not only for Sci-Fi fans, but for everyone. This reviewer received a free advance copy of the ebook. A small family, one friend, and one unwelcome acquaintance must make a primitive life for themselves deep in the…

Review: THE SKELETON IN THE CLOSET

BOOK REVIEW: THE SKELETON IN THE CLOSET, The Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries, Book 2, by Angie Fox. *****Rated 5 out of 5 stars by Iris Chacon. (An electronic copy was provided in exchange for an honest, objective review.) CHARMING, SKUNK-LOVING GHOST HUNTER DELIGHTS READERS Whether or not you have read the first book in The…

Review: POINT OF PROXIMITY

BOOK REVIEW: Point of Proximity, A Post-Apocalyptic Epidemic Survival – The Morgan Strain Series Book 2, by Max Lockwood. ****Rated four stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon. A complimentary ARC was provided to this reviewer for an honest, unbiased review. This story begins within hours of the ending of book one of The Morgan…

Review: MAGIC O’CLOCK, by L.S. Fellows

Magic O’Clock, by L.S. Fellows, has been rated five stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon. A complimentary ARC was provided to Iris for an honest, unbiased review. Imagine that someone you loved very much simply disappeared. Imagine that you know they become visible again for an hour each day at three o’clock, and…