Tag: fiction


Read Me! THE FLIGHT OF GEMMA HARDY by Margot Livesey

Read Me! THE FLIGHT OF GEMMA HARDY by Margot Livesey
Posted 23 January, 2012 by Tammy in Just Released / 0 Comments

Hitting bookshelves and libraries tomorrow is Margot Livesey’s latest, The Flight of Gemma Hardy.  I am sad to say I’ve never read her before, but that will change because I really want to read this book!  Here’s the description from Amazon: When her widower father drowns at sea, Gemma Hardy is taken from her native […]

MORTALITY BRIDGE by Steven R. Boyett – Review

MORTALITY BRIDGE by Steven R. Boyett – Review
Posted 15 December, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

If you’re planning a trip to Hell to get back your lost love, the best way to get there is by Checker Cab, because if you live in Los Angeles, the entrance to Hell is probably not where you think it is.  This particular cab driver, however, knows the way and will get you there, […]

THE VAGABOND KING by James Conway – Review

THE VAGABOND KING by James Conway – Review
Posted 30 November, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

Since starting this blog, I have had the opportunity to read several debut books by new writers who are publishing their works exclusively for the digital market. Today I am happy to introduce James Conway, whose ebook The Vagabond King is now available. Written in poetic prose with the blues as a driving rhythmic force, […]

READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline -Review

READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline -Review
Posted 21 November, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 3 Comments

So, after reading Ready Player One, it turns out I’m a geek.  I suspected I was, since I’ve always had a fondness for all things geeky. But although I was never really into video games (I do remember, however, obsessively playing a game called “Castle” sometime around 1988 or ’89.  It was loaded on my […]

HAZARDOUS CHOICES by Joseph Rinaldo – Review

HAZARDOUS CHOICES by Joseph Rinaldo – Review
Posted 16 November, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 2 Comments

Joseph Rinaldo’s first book, A Spy at Home, was a thriller about a CIA operative who embezzles nine million dollars from his employer and the repercussions of his actions, and featured an endearing character with Down syndrome.  Hazardous Choices, his second release, also has a main character with Down syndrome, but that is about the […]

ZONE ONE by Colson Whitehead – Review

ZONE ONE by Colson Whitehead – Review
Posted 5 November, 2011 by Tammy in Reviews / 0 Comments

Let’s get this straight: Zone One is a zombie novel.  There is blood, viscera, various bodily fluids streaming through the gutters, dead men walking, and heads being blown off right and left.  There is terror and running away and hiding from the dead.  There is a dying world without electricity, ash-covered streets, and bleak prospects […]