Author: Tammy

Tammy’s Top Ten Most Vivid Worlds in Books

Tammy’s Top Ten Most Vivid Worlds in Books
Posted July 24, 2012 by Tammy in Top Ten / 6 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and every week they come up with a new Top Ten theme. This week’s theme is pretty cool! To come up with list, I simply thought back to the books I’ve read that gave me a tingly feeling that I only get when I’ve […]

THE MESSIAH MATRIX by Kenneth John Atchity – Review

THE MESSIAH MATRIX by Kenneth John Atchity – Review
Posted July 17, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 87 Comments

Although I knew from the book blurb more or less what The Messiah Matrix was about, I wasn’t quite prepared for the unique combination of carefully researched material and breathless adventure story. The subject matter of The Messiah Matrix is controversial, even for someone like me who has no religious leanings, and I expect it […]

Stacking the Shelves #2

Stacking the Shelves #2
Posted July 14, 2012 by Tammy in Stacking the Shelves / 8 Comments

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and is a way to share the books that you’ve acquired during the past week.  This week I tried to cut back in the book-buying department (always so hard for me!), but I also went after an ARC copy of a book that I really want to […]

Summer Bloody Summer

Summer Bloody Summer
Posted July 13, 2012 by Tammy in Ruminations, TV/Film / 0 Comments

It’s official. I am a Dexter fanatic. Well, I have been for a while, but lately Showtime has been running past seasons of the show to gear up for Season 7, which premiers in September, and my fanaticism is in high gear at the moment.  As I watch these past episodes, I am reminded of […]

AURARIA by Tim Westover – Review

AURARIA by Tim Westover – Review
Posted July 12, 2012 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

They say “don’t judge a book by its cover,” and sometimes I agree with that and sometimes I don’t. In the case of Auraria, however, I’m begging you to not judge it by the cover. When I was first asked to review Tim Westover’s latest, I was left a little flat by its nondescript gray […]