Tag: fiction

BOOK REVIEW: God of Manna by Daeus Lamb

BOOK REVIEW: God of Manna by Daeus Lamb

I’ve had God of Manna book on my TBR for a really long time now. I started to read it right after receiving it, but I wasn’t really in the mood for a book I had to put much thought into… Now I kinda wish I’d given it a chance because I ended up really […]

Posted January 14, 2020 by Jess C. in book reviews / 2 Comments
AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE: The Rose Diary by Curtis Maynard

AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE: The Rose Diary by Curtis Maynard

The Rose Diary was one of the first novels I narrated. This may be why it’s near and dear to my heart…or, more likely, it’s because I got so attached to the characters that it was hard to end production on this story. It’s a young adult paranormal mystery that begins with Jacky telling the […]

Posted January 6, 2020 by Jess C. in Audiobooks / 0 Comments
The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

My Thoughts on The Night Olivia Fell: The love I have for my daughters exceeds anything else found on this earth. If you ask Thing 1, she’d tell you I love my children more than most other parents love theirs… to the point that it gets annoying and suffocating at times! Thing 1 and I […]

Posted May 1, 2019 by Jess C. in book reviews / 0 Comments
Wings of a Flying Tiger by Iris Yang

Wings of a Flying Tiger by Iris Yang

This may be the weirdest review I’ve ever written. Probably not for anyone reading it, but definitely for me personally. Why? I’m glad you asked! Okay, you probably didn’t, but I’m gonna tell you anyway… I’m not normally big on war/battle scenes outside of the fantasy genre. I have no idea why, but give me […]

Posted March 20, 2019 by Jess C. in book reviews / 6 Comments
The Curse of Judas by Cynthia Brandel

The Curse of Judas by Cynthia Brandel

My Thoughts on The Curse of Judas: This was a book I “knew” from the description, I was either going to love it or hate it. When the story opens, you quickly find out vampires are real-ish. The legends we all grew up with had their basis in facts. The creatures the vampire legends were based upon, the […]

Posted January 15, 2019 by Jess C. in book reviews / 0 Comments
The Autobiography of Satan

The Autobiography of Satan

My Thoughts on The Autobiography of Satan: Poor, pitiful Satan. He’s been so misunderstood and gotten a really bad rap all these centuries. And he’s stayed so quiet and continued to take the blame for all the evil in the world, but is it really fair? He believes it’s high time we all hear him out! Similar to […]

Posted January 7, 2019 by Jess C. in book reviews / 0 Comments