Title: Prepping for Success: 10 Keys for Making It Author: Anmol Singh Genre: Personal Development It is tempting to believe that there is a tried and true formula for success, that it’s as simple as a mathematical equation: a dash of ambition plus a stroke of good luck equals instant achievement. Anmol Singh… Read More Editorial Review – Prepping for Success: 10 Keys for Making It
After a couple more ciders, she was engrossed in a conversation about the possible impacts of Brexit and wondering where the hell that would leave her, when she saw someone arrive at their table. She looked up and realised that it was Rowan. He was carrying a pile of glasses under one arm and… Read More Sympathetic Strings – Book Quote Corner
Author: Peter Kelton Book title: The Junk Yard Solution Genre: Literary Fiction Publish date: March 12, 2019 Blurb: As the rest of the world goes wild over smart phones, an odd assortment of eclectic characters hunkers down near Lebanon, Kansas, geographic center of the lower 48, at the middle of a square-mile junk yard where railroads dump… Read More The Junk Yard Solution – Blog Tour
Ruin – Guest Book Review 5 Stars! Summary from Amazon: [Earth has been almost silent for forty years. The apocalypse left behind only fragments of civilisation, surrounded by a sea of barbarism.
“When did the signal restart?” Gordan asked. “A few seconds ago,” Kabir said, now seated at his desk, though he rolled just off-screen as he spoke to someone else in Hindi. Despite it being almost two in the morning, Kabir’s surroundings were buzzing with activity. “Are you sure?” Jennifer asked as she squeezed in… Read More Eternal Shadow – Book Quote Corner
Partials by Dan Wells: Guest book review Genre: YA, Dystopian Humanity is all but extinguished after a war with Partials—engineered organic beings identical to humans—has decimated the population. Reduced to only tens of thousands by a weaponized virus to which only a fraction of humanity is immune, the survivors in North America have… Read More Partials – Book Review
Mud, Sweat, and Tears – Guest Review Post My grandmother and I both share similar tastes in reading–classics and biographies/autobiographies. This Christmas, she gave me a copy of Bear Gryll’s autobiography, Mud, Sweat, and Tears.