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The Not So Secret Emails Of Coco Pinchard by Robert Bryndza My rating: 4 of 5 stars Coco Pinchard always dreamed of being a successful writer, but then life got in the way. She married young, had a son, and … Continue reading
I‘m so thrilled! I finally had a chance to do my first sci-fi cover and I really am pleased with the result. Often, if you have read my previous posts, you’ll notice I create line-art in Adobe Illustrator; well, this was one of the few exceptions I have had where I really didn’t use that […]
I‘m so thrilled! I finally had a chance to do my first sci-fi cover and I really am pleased with the result. Often, if you have read my previous posts, you’ll notice I create line-art in Adobe Illustrator; well, this … Continue reading
Gage by Jessie Bradford My rating: 2 of 5 stars Gage was just a small town boy who never did anything wrong. Until he did. He took being bullied into his own hands and played a prank which got him … Continue reading
Miss Wrong and Mr Right by Robert Bryndza My rating: 4 of 5 stars I’m happy to say, I have another book to recommend to anyone who enjoys a good light-hearted story with romantic elements to it. We aren’t talking … Continue reading
Staring into the Blizzard by Ron Shannon My rating: 4 of 5 stars “Sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll are a normal part of the scene in the late seventies around the Rutgers University campus. Gaudy Gaunt knows this scene better than … Continue reading
Memnoch the Devil by Anne Rice My rating: 3 of 5 stars “I saw him when he came through the front doors. Tall, solidly built dark brown hair and eyes, skin still fairly dark because it had been dark when … Continue reading
Iced by Karen Marie Moning My rating: 2 of 5 stars I really haven’t enjoyed Iced nearly as much as I enjoyed others in this series. First, I have to say having read the book and listened to it on … Continue reading