“King’s Dark Tidings: Dragons and Demons” (Book #5), by Kel Kade
Coming to You LIVE!
Please excuse me while I freak out that “Don’t Date the Haunted” is published!
What The Forest?
“The Forest,” by Michaelbrent Collings
King’s Dark Tidings #4: For the Love…
“King’s Dark Tidings: Kingdoms and Chaos,” by Kel Kade
Good Tidings of Darkness
“King’s Dark Tidings: Free the Darkness,” by Kel Kade
First, But Not Only Book Review
The good news is I’ve read 9 books to review! Two of those are from Brandon Sanderson’s Alcatraz series, so I’ll probably review books 2-5 together. You can find my review to book one here. Anyway, the best way to say sorry for my absence is to prove my words: let me make it up […]
The Classic Vampire: Count Dracula
Here’s another classic I knew nothing about. All I knew about vampires was from today’s pop culture (Buffy, Twilight, Hotel Transylvania…). I know, it was pathetic, which was why I took it upon myself to finally read the original. I understand vampires originated from folklore, so Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” wasn’t the creation of vampires, but […]
“Key of Kilenya”
I met Andrea Pearson in person before knowing about any of her books – but oddly enough, that’s how I was with Brandon Sanderson too. What impressed me about Mrs. Pearson is the fact that she writes purely for eBooks and has made it work. I wasn’t terribly impressed with her “Discern” (earlier book review […]
The Mysterious Mist
Back in January, I said I was done with Stephen King for a while because of the vulgarity. Then I got a new idea for a horror novel, which meant I needed to study up a bit on the genre. That was when I ran into “The Mist,” originally in a collection of Mr. King’s short […]
Review for “Six Wings”
You know I’m pretty hard to impress, but”Six Wings” by Kylie Malchus actually surprised me… in fact, I’d even say I was impressed. “Six Wings” is a story about a young man who dies and is forced to watch his wife learn to live without him. Ms. Malchus does a great job of portraying the […]