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I review all genres and I post them in 22 spots. Check out previous posts and I'm sure you'll find several books to catch your interest. I am a published reviewer and an award winning one. I am one of the best reviewers around.

Friday, June 18, 2021

Ethan Fox and the Eyes of the Desert Sand by E.L. Seer

       While on vacation in California, Ethan begins to notice odd things happening. He's not sure why they are happening though and when he tries to talk to his dad, he shuts him down.  Then Ethan notices a girl who seems to be following him. She disappears when he tries to talk to her. Ethan is determined to find out what is going on. Now he has to determine where to start.

     The cover of this book promises intrigue and adventure. As you read the first chapter you know you are in for quite a treat. Well written and a fascinating cast of characters  keep the story flowing. I love that Ethan remains strong throughout his search. His determination to get answers is amazing. Your preteen will love the journey this book takes you on. This is a debut book and wow does Mr. Seer hit it out of the park! I hope he keeps writing this well. 

     I found no issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it is such a fantastic read.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The Last Tasmanian Tiger by Lance Morcan

      Charlie Truganini came from a long line of the finest trackers. Charlie's one goal was to find the last Tasmanian Tiger. Everyone told Charlie the Tasmanian Tiger was extinct. He didn't believe they were. It's the reason he kept such a close eye on the tracks in the area. If anyone could find the tiger, Charlie could.

     This book is cleverly written and the topic interesting and exciting. The characters are well defined and like-able. The tale enclosed in this book will keep you wondering about the Tasmanian Tiger. I found the book to be a fun read and educational. I learned things I didn't know about. It's a powerful story and one your preteen will enjoy.

     I didn't find any issues.

       I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because it didn't tell if they killed the Tasmanian Tiger or not.

Book Title Generator: A Proven System in Naming Your Book by Scott Lorenz

     This guide is to help you understand how to pick a title for your book. It also helps with keywords which are very important. The title of your book will draw readers in. The keywords will help them find the book to begin with. Be mindful of these things when choosing your title. 

    Mr. Lorenz has given authors a fantastic tool with  this book. He's taken the guess work out of naming your latest work. It's an interesting read because it includes ideas you may not have thought of. I'm positive you'll use this book over and over again. It's easy to read  and understand. This book should be in your library. Better yet, on your desk. It's a great reference tool.

     I didn't find any issues.

      I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because it need to break down the  process just  a bit more.

Through a Sober Lens: A Photographer's Journey by Michael Blanchard

      Michael is an alcoholic. Plain and simple. His drink of choice, vodka.  He had no problem drinking and then climbing into his car. It took getting arrested and a stay in a psych hospital to straighten him out. Could he stay that way?

     This book explores one man's journey to sobriety. It's not pretty and it's not easy but he's there fighting for it. Mr. Blanchard allows us to see the ugliness of alcoholism. He also shares his break through. Rehab and photography helped get him on the right path and keeps him there. This book is honest, beautiful and raw. I suggest you get this on for the alcoholic in your life. It may help them see the right path.

     I saw no issues with this one.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5  because of the bravery it took to write this book and put himself out there.

Hatching the Phoenix Egg (Mare Tranquillitatis #2) by Joel Horn

      Ken had so much on his mind. Between the work he was doing presently and his secret from the past, it was too much.  He began working on The Phoenix Egg. This was his secret project. He'd be able to explore space and maybe answer some questions about it. Ken would also be able to bury his secret and broken heart forever.  He told himself  this wasn't the reason for the trip, but deep inside he knew better.

     This complex book sends a really basic message to the reader. You can't run from your past. Even in space.  This book is extremely well written and has wonderful characters as well. You will enjoy each of the characters and appreciate how they came to be friends.  These young people have well above average intelligence and use it to help others. I found this book to be heartbreaking in places and full of fun in others. I think this book should be part of your library. Get your copy today!

     I found no issues in this one.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because readers will be impressed with the abilities of these "average" students. 

    

Friday, June 4, 2021

Submissive Angel: A BDSM Romance Novella by Joey W. Hill

      Robert gets through each day the best he can. His heart had frozen after the loss of both parents and his lover. His only joy, his store. At this point in his life, Robert knew he'd never fall in love again. Then one evening as he was taking out the store's trash, he found a man huddled behind the dumpster.  It was obvious he'd been in a fight. Blood was everywhere. As Robert looked again, he saw a very handsome younger man.  He helped the man into the store and cleaned him up, then offered him a job.  Christmas this year would be different. Wouldn't it?

     This book is absorbing. The characters three dimensional.  Ms. Hill will have you reaching for the tissues again and again. The true human emotions included in this book are refreshing. It catches you off guard and then softly hits the heart. There is no escaping  the love between these two men. I found myself being cradled by the story during the most intense parts. Other times, I'm reveling with Robert.  Usually, based on the book's title, you'd believe it's just about sex, no true story. It's for this reason the story captures your heart. You're gonna love this book. 

     I didn't find any issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because of the tenderness and care with which the story is told.

   

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Broken Pieces by Danielle Sibarium


      Nothing is worse than being bullied. Damian had a lifetime of experience with it. He was the one bullied.  No matter what he did, he couldn't shake the bullies and no one in a position of authority would help Damian.  Tanner, Bianca and Damian attended high school together.  This allowed the bullying to continue long after graduation.  Damian would give his life protecting Bianca.  They'd soon find out how true that statement was. Nothing is as everyone believes, or is it?

     Bold and powerful opening is where we start with this book. A bully we've all witnessed and injustices that can accompany those situations. This book is brilliantly written and the plotting is flawless. Characters you will love and hate round out this book. Intense scenes will make you love these characters even more. Ms. Sibarium keeps the action going from page one. She knows just how to hook the reader and take them on the journey that is this book. Ms. Sibarium is gifted in the art of storytelling and you'll feel it as you stroll through the story. She should be an auto buy for you! I know she is for me.

     I found no issues with this one.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because you will carry this book with you for a good while.