Dull Margaret by Jim Broadbent & Dix

I recently hopped on the Dull Margaret bandwagon, then catapulted myself right off.  Whoever wrote the back synopsis deserves an award because after reading it inside Barnes and Noble, I was pretty excited about buying this book. Unfortunately, after I took it home and read the entire thing, I couldn’t figure out why Dull Margaret received the shining editorial reviews that it did. I think … Continue reading Dull Margaret by Jim Broadbent & Dix

Review of The Sea Was a Fair Master by Calvin Demmer

I was offered a digital copy of The Sea Was a Fair Master for review and it’s a collection worth reading. I don’t publicly review every book I’m offered, so pay attention. The Sea Was a Fair Master is currently on pre-order for just under $3, a generous price you can afford. Anyway, you can’t afford to miss this title…unless you’re a younger reader, who … Continue reading Review of The Sea Was a Fair Master by Calvin Demmer

Review on The Art of Fully Living by Tal Gur

Tal Gur gave me a copy of his book, The Art of Fully Living, recently to review. I think his work speaks for itself; it has a near-perfect 5-star rating on Amazon. Maybe it can do something for you, too. I’m sure this comes as no surprise to say but, I’ll say it anyway: life is complicated so it’s always nice to get wisdom where you … Continue reading Review on The Art of Fully Living by Tal Gur

Review on “The Secret Apartment” by Natalie Fast

  I decided to read The Secret Apartment over the last few days because lately, I’ve been really needing book therapy! My love for books started when I was just a kid and The Secret Apartment is exactly the type of book I would’ve enveloped my brain around when I was younger. These days, I don’t get to read for fun often; I’m always reading … Continue reading Review on “The Secret Apartment” by Natalie Fast

To Scoff or Not to Scoff: A Review on Jay Anson’s “The Amityville Horror”

There are definitely clashing opinions on this book, evident by scrolling through the internet alone. After reading the inconsistent reviews on GoodReads recently and the sheer fact that my family and I are in the middle of a “no TV” hiatus for the next two weeks, I decided to finally read it myself. Such a shame that I hadn’t read it before as it’s an … Continue reading To Scoff or Not to Scoff: A Review on Jay Anson’s “The Amityville Horror”

MASHED: The Culinary Delights of Twisted Erotic Horror

Erotic horror with a culinary twist? Is it possible to do well? Apparently so because Grivante Press just pulled it off. When I was approached to review this book I was immediately intrigued because the theme of this collection is pretty rare. I was craving something new and unique to read and I wanted to see how well this could be done. If not done … Continue reading MASHED: The Culinary Delights of Twisted Erotic Horror

Copyright Law in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Mary LaFrance

Goodreads review: Copyright Law in a Nutshell, 2d (Nutshell Series) by Mary LaFrance My rating: 3 of 5 stars.  Note: a rating for 3 stars on Goodreads means, “Liked it”. LaFrance gives you all the info that you need, but, it’s dry and the info isn’t communicated or formatted in an easy way to understand. View all my reviews I had to read this book … Continue reading Copyright Law in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Mary LaFrance