Fantasy, science Fiction

The Occuli Book Series, Fantasy Series by Christie M. Stenzel

Have you ever received shocking news that turned your life upside down? Would you love to have magical powers based upon the color of your eyes? Imagine the shock of being eighteen-year-old Remy Verbetta and finding out that you are not 'human' and also are not from 'this world'.     What they are saying… Continue reading The Occuli Book Series, Fantasy Series by Christie M. Stenzel

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A Silent Joy

  by Amanda HamiltonMary sat at her counter top in her kitchen; a cup of coffee cupped in her hand and marvelled at the last few weeks. How stupid she had been. It had all started the week before Christmas… “Oh no, she’s doing it again,” thought Mary as she walked past her neighbour’s house.… Continue reading A Silent Joy

Fantasy, science Fiction

The Secret King by Dawn Chapman

  Dawn is releasing the second book of the series, today 20th December. And as a special offer, the first book is free today only. Get your copy here. There is also a launch party happening at 12.00 est time and that 5pm UK time. There will be guest authors and competitions. So if you can… Continue reading The Secret King by Dawn Chapman

Crime, Fantasy

Souls of the Reaper by Markie Madden

What is the book about? Set in the future, this is the Undead Unit, a werewolf, a vampire and a shifter who are all police officers investigating crimes committed by the undead. Is is a Series? Yes, the first book is Fang and Claw, which I also read and reviewed.  How easy is it to… Continue reading Souls of the Reaper by Markie Madden

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Death is Never Easy

If you can spare a few minutes to read this story, it will leave you moved. The power of the written word never ceases to amaze me.


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When I was younger, my step cousin and I were never close. We could see each other every year for the typical holidays and bicker with each other. My mom would keep me away from him because I was always getting beat up or made fun of. It was a constant struggle with out relationship because he may have not seen me as a cousin at the time. Maybe he saw me as another kid to bully. We were never close, but I love the guy. He may not have been my own flesh and blood, but he pushed me to the point of understanding how to protect and take care of myself.


The last time I saw him was in Tennessee, We were celebrating Independence Day at my Uncle’s farm. There were lots of laughs with family I hadn’t seen in the last six months. Even my cousin and…


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When I was younger, my step cousin and I were never close. We could see each other every year for the typical holidays and bicker with each other. My mom would keep me away from him because I was always getting beat up or made fun of. It was a constant struggle with out relationship because he may have not seen me as a cousin at the time. Maybe he saw me as another kid to bully. We were never close, but I love the guy. He may not have been my own flesh and blood, but he pushed me to the point of understanding how to protect and take care of myself.

The last time I saw him was in Tennessee, We were celebrating Independence Day at my Uncle’s farm. There were lots of laughs with family I hadn’t seen in the last six months. Even my cousin and…

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