Book Review #65: Cursed (Lost in the Vast #3)

With every jump through time, bonds splinter just a little more. The bonds between friends. The bonds holding reality together. The bonds of the human mind. The bonds that separate worlds. Alexis, Cole, Trent, and Dante find themselves in an new reality full of monsters, but little do they know, the real monster is already …

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Book Review #63: A Forgotten History (Lost in the Vast #1)

Much of world history is a myth. It’s made up of assumptions, folktales, and legends, of recently unearthed civilizations and jungle-surrounded cities. But a history tangled in multiple dimensions and fantastical beasts? That’s one beyond our conceptualization. Or is it? I picked this book up on a whim. I was scrolling through Facebook, doing my …

Review #43: Glint (Plated Prisoner #2) by Raven Kennedy

Once, she was a prisoner surrounded by luxury, protected as the King Midas' favored but ostracized from the world. Now, she's a prisoner to one of the kingdom's most feared armies and the commander himself--a vicious man with many secrets waiting to be uncovered. One of those Auren already knows. Commander Rip is Fae. His …

Book Review #42: Aethermarked by Damien Hanson and Nolan Locke

Jin-ee leads a boring, cookie-cutter life fueled by the gears of consumerism. Having lost everything to a life that refuses to appreciate her constant slaving away for the system, she begs for a change. A second chance at adventure.But the answer comes in a way she least expects it. A high-tech gaming company offers her …

Review #40: Gild (Plated Prisoner #1) by Raven Kennedy

Gold. Gold floor, gold walls, gold clothes, gold flowers.... everything is gold. Including Auren. As King Midas' gold-touched, favored saddle, Auren is constantly being paraded around the castle and shown off to dignitaries. Nobles come to gawk at her behind the golden bars of the cage she lives in. Most days, Auren doesn't mind the …

Book Giveaway!

Happy Tuesday! It's release day for this lovely anthology that I did with the folks over at Damien Hanson Books (or Sconnie Books, as we call ourselves). Blurb:Boxes—rigid rectangular containers usually made of wood, metal, or cardboard. But what happens when boxes become more than the boring definition they’re given? When the contents become more …

Book Review #21: Second Coming of Hell by Joshua Griffith

The world nearly ended years ago. Fireballs fell from the heavens, decimated cities, and changed the surface of the Earth forever. The dead were risen from the grave, and Christians were "reaped" from where they stood. By all outward appearances, it seemed like the Lord had came to unravel the prophecies of Revolutions.But, years later, …