Book Review: NIGHTWALK, by D. Nathan Hilliard

Rated 5 stars by Iris Chacon. In NIGHTWALK, Mark, a charming, self-deprecating everyman, must fight for survival – of his family, friends, an even a group of strangers – when his neighborhood suddenly goes dark and collapses into a hell on earth, just after midnight one ordinary night. Author D. Nathan Hilliard engages and enthralls…

Book Review – The Mammoth Murders

Originally posted on Just 4 My Books:
The Mammoth Murders Minokee Mysteries Book 2 by Iris Chacon A Chinese Univ. of Fla. student & an old Florida farmer disappear, linked only by a canoe trip to a secret sinkhole. Neighbors, Shepard (a blind radio host) & Miranda (a shy librarian), soon find this double-murder puzzle could…

Book Review: CAMP LENAPE, by Timothy R. Baldwin

Teenagers Marcus and Alissa have grown up together as neighbors and friends, and they have gone to summer camp together at Camp Lenape many times. This year, Marcus and Alissa are old enough to serve as junior camp counselors. Mr. Roberts, the camp director, grew up at Camp Lenape, a former baseball camp founded by…

Book Review: THE CRIMSON DEATHBRINGER, by Sean Robins

BOOK REVIEW:  The Crimson Deathbringer, by Sean Robins Rated five stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon. #BooksGoSocial  #CrimsonDeathbringer I purchased this ebook, and this is my honest review. The year is 2047, and Jim Harrison, famous fighter pilot, has written a best-selling memoir of his exploits in the war for a United Earth.…

Book Review: LOVE & OTHER MISTAKES, by Jessica Kate

BOOK REVIEW:  Love and Other Mistakes, by Jessica Kate Rated four stars out of five by reviewer Iris Chacon. I received a free copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley, and I am voluntarily posting my honest review. #NetGalley #LoveAndOtherMistakes ~o~~o~~o~ Seven years ago, pastor’s daughter Natalie Groves was on her way to…

Clean Fiction vs. Dirty Fiction?

Originally posted on Prismatic Prospects:
I’ll admit when it first came to my attention a few years ago that the “clean” label for fiction is offensive to some, it surprised me a little. But, I understand the concern. (Mind you, while romance and young adult fiction are the focus of the article I just linked…