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Sinking Ships & Pink Down Jackets


La Bruyere, Jean De once said: “The pleasure we feel in criticizing robs us from being moved by very beautiful things.” He is right. As a reviewer I sometime feel it is my duty to look past what is good in a book;  to point out it’s flaws;  to shine a light on the things that may irritate you or turn you away from a novel rather than pull you in. And… on any other day, with any other book…this might still be the case.  But every once in a while, when the air is thick, and the book in […]

Sunday Funday – Book Trailers!


Afternoon Kindle-ites! Today I thought I would share a few book trailers with you.  I have only read 1 of these books, but I LOVE all of the trailers.  Happy Watching! (oh… if you want more details on the book, just click the image.)   Sunday Funday – Book Trailers   Hypothermia by Arnaldur Indridason Inspector Erlunder has spent his entire career struggling to evade the ghosts of his past.  But ghosts are visiting him, both in the form of a séance attended by a dead woman and also in the reemerging puzzle of two young people who went missing […]

Kindle Freebie Alert!

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**Prices are subject to change @ any time, make sure to double check before you click buy**   Beth Chandler, bright, attractive but unassertive, is accidentally replicated in a flawed experiment at the government research institute where she works. A second Beth comes into being, complete with all her memories. To Sir Peter Ellis, MI5 chief, the replica is an embarrassment that must be hushed up and disposed of. Overhearing him, Beth Two goes on the run. With no official existence, homeless, penniless and pursued by Sir Peter’s agents, she has to find the inner strength and aggression to survive […]

Back To The Bubble!


Imagine for a second that the world is ending; that there are only a few thousand humans left on the planet, and they are unable to reproduce.  Oh…you can have a baby, but the chances of it living past day 2 are ZERO, which makes you the LAST in a very long line of humans that will eventually time out. What would you do? Would you.. A: Curl up into the fetal position and pretend it’s all just a bad dream? B: Blame your eventual demise on the government? or C: Do something about it? The answer for Kira, the […]

Cover Lust

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So, I was sitting here, indulging in some cover lust & thought I would share.  If you have ever wondered what I do with my free time & Google…this is it, I could stare at book covers for hours. Anyways, here are a few that I like. What do you think? Click images to see them in all of their glory!   Cover Lust

There’s A British Dude WHERE?


Afternoon Kindle-ites! Well, today I decided to take a break from the whole “I can’t remember my name” theme I’ve had going on and instead focus on boobs. That’s right…the ones you see directly to the left, the ones you are staring at instead of actually reading what I’m writing. *waves* Hi! Yes..ok, now that I’ve got your attention, let’s talk about “Knockers” by Ellyn Oaksmith. “Knockers is about a young woman, Molly, who, through a surgical error receives unwanted breast implants. Furious, she schedules surgery to have them removed, only to find out that the implants begin talking to […]

READ it then SEE it…


Evening Kindle-ites!  My OCD is going into overdrive so I thought…why not drag you down with me.  Today’s obsession… the world of  “The Woman in Black” which started as a book and is now a movie.  Here are details on both. Enjoy!   Read It… Arthur Kipps, a junior solicitor in London, is summoned to Crythin Gifford to attend the funeral of Mrs Alice Drablow, and to sort through her papers before returning to London. It is here that Kipps first sees the woman in black and begins to gain an impression of the mystery surrounding her. From the funeral […]

You Got Robbed!


About a month ago I reviewed (on Amazon, not here) a book called “Flip.”  In “Flip” a teenage boy wakes up (after a horrible accident that was never actually described) in another boy’s body.  Not exactly the best way to start off your morning right? Well, as the story progressed we learned that even though Alex (the boy now living inside Flip’s body) had technically kicked the bucket, his soul had other plans.  As in “Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200. Go directly to…. the closest available body.” Anyways…I was not a big fan of this book, I […]

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