Book Review: Spooky Action at a Distance

Lt. Naiche Decker has finally found a place to call home--complete with the father she never knew--on the ship he commands. Now her new home is going on a rescue mission to the farthest reaches of known space to look for a missing scientific expedition. Did the odd phenomena they were researching claim them or are they still lingering out there, just waiting for help to come? This sequel to We Have Met the Enemy continues Lt. Decker's story as well as those who also serve about the Lovelace.

Book Release Blitz! After Thought by P.A. Crenshaw

P.A. Crenshaw's debut novel After Thought launches May 30th

What if ordinary people could do extraordinary things by thought alone? What if falling in love could get you killed?

Welcome to P. A. Crenshaw’s brand-new AFTER THOUGHT series, which unveils a secretive world of magic, danger, heartbreak, and romance, where the power of human thought can produce the ultimate good—and the ultimate evil. Captivating and action-packed, AFTER THOUGHT treads an addictive, sexy, and unexpected line between magical realism and urban fantasy.

Book Review: We Have Met the Enemy

Naiche Decker, a woman with deep roots in the "old world" (aka around our century) workings such as 21st century medicine, technology, etc., is on a mission to kill as many Eternals as possible, and hopefully put an end to this war. She's already lost her mother and almost her entire military team on the frontlines--now she's given a chance to work with her best friend to go straight to the source and see if they can't discover the beginnings of the Eternal species. The only glitch is that not only is it a highly dangerous mission, but she also has to share the ship with Ricci, a man she's had some sort of tense relationship with since she was a rookie. Will their mission be successful? Or will the web of relationships get in the way?

Book Review: The Earth is My Prison

The novel is divided into 3 parts, each following Tag as he goes on an adventure. The first part is dedicated to his life in the prison where he was born, the second to a kind of virtual family he finds after leaving the prison, and the third is when he ends up going back to the prison for something. Through it all, he is finding out who he is as a person, and what he wants in life.

Book Review: The Silent Patient

Alicia is the title of this novel, "the silent patient." She murdered her husband and has not spoken since, not even to defend herself in court. As such, she has been ordered into a psych hospital to undergo treatment. Theo, our protagonist in this tale, just so happens to be a psychotherapist--and one that took on the job at the very hospital that Alicia is in, specifically to treat Alicia. So he can help her to see clearly. The rest of the novel follows these two as Theo tries to help Alicia come to terms with her husband's death--and her part in it--and deals with his own marital problems. 

Guest Post: Kameo Monson, Author of Finding Me

Sit awhile as I tell you a tale of a book series titled Finding Me. No witches or warlocks, no dragons, elves, or faeries, this series still hold magic within its pages. The magic comes from a mother with weaknesses and strengths and a love for her son that can’t die. Imperfect at best, she learns how to handle life when the unexpected comes. Her son’s autism diagnosis.

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