Fantasy

Cult of Dracula, #1, by Rich Davis

Karen's Magic Review This is the first time I have ever read a graphic novel. I didn't know how I was going to react to it, as the stories I read always contain words. Instead, it was told in colourful drawings with people interacting with each other. It was clever the way it was done.… Continue reading Cult of Dracula, #1, by Rich Davis

Crime, Fantasy, Horror, Psychological, Romance

Never, Never by Liz Butcher

Karen's Magic Review I downloaded this book without reading the description. I know. I should have read it first and can't remember why I did now. So each page I turned was a surprise. What I didn't expect was that the genre was a bit of everything, scifi/fantasy, horror, romance, urban, detective and a crime… Continue reading Never, Never by Liz Butcher

Book, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Young Adult/Teen

Exigency by Marnie Cate

Karen’s Magic Review This is the second book in the Protectors of the Elemental Magic series. My review of the first book, Remember is here. This was a truly magically story and in so many different ways. But first, let me go through the picture at the top. The tree is the entry point to… Continue reading Exigency by Marnie Cate

Crime, Mystery, Paranormal

The Killer on the Heath by Karen J Mossman

Released 16th September 2021, 110 pages, Kindle Unlimited. Mystery, Crime, paranormal, psychic. My first book in quite a while is finally out. I pulled all my books in order to rewrite them now that I belong to Norns Triad Publications. The Killer on the Heath will be the first of a trilogy featuring Cassie Newbold,… Continue reading The Killer on the Heath by Karen J Mossman

Crime, Mystery

The Sticky Note Murders by Lynn Miclea

50 pages, Kindle Unlimited Karen’s Magic Review This is a short to the point story. A murder, an investigation, and an arrest. I liked how it kept strictly to the facts, the dialogue of the detectives, and of the investigation. There is not a word wasted in this tale. Online dating can be fraught with… Continue reading The Sticky Note Murders by Lynn Miclea

Fantasy, Mystery, Paranormal, Romance

Secret Sky by J P McLean, a Book Review

324 pages, paranormal, fantasy, romance Karen's Magic Review This book recently appeared in my series About a Book and something about it really appealed to me. It's the first time I've read one featured here, and another first, is that I am going to quote myself after reviewing a good book called Confined Spaces. I… Continue reading Secret Sky by J P McLean, a Book Review

Dystopian

Ashes in Winter by K M Cannon

320 pages, Dystopian Karen's Magic Review It’s not often that I read a book twice, especially on request. The Rangers of Waldren was a series of four books if I remember correctly, and I read them over two years ago. They were great dystopian stories that followed a band of survivors when something catastrophic happens.… Continue reading Ashes in Winter by K M Cannon

Crime, Romance, Thriller

Sugar and Spice by Julia Blake

Karen's Magic Review Romantic, Suspense, Action, Adventure and thriller. 247 pages. Kindle Unlimited It's been a while since I did a pictures telling stories and this was such a good read and a perfect one for me to do.Sugar and Spice is book three in the The Blackwood Family Saga, but having said that, it… Continue reading Sugar and Spice by Julia Blake

Fantasy, science Fiction

The Revenge of Excalibur

Occult UFOs, Authorian Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure 195 pages Pictures Telling Stories The beautiful girl in the first picture is Pamela, the main protagonist in the story. She is also the daughter of Arthur, who appeared in the first book, The Secret of the Excalibur, which was reviewed on here. Because of the adventures in… Continue reading The Revenge of Excalibur

Romance

Kristina Beck’s Snowflakes and Sapphires

Holiday Fiction, Novella, Contemporary Fiction, Romance, 148 pages Pictures Telling Stories Do you believe in love at first sight? For Sophia and Drew that is exactly what happened when she is blown into his shop one blustery snow-filled day. Sophia has an apartment at the Rockefella Centre where the first scene shows her having her… Continue reading Kristina Beck’s Snowflakes and Sapphires