Posts By: Annie Slasher

Comic Book Review of The Stalker (Issue 1)

Comic Book Review of The Stalker (Issue 1)

THE STALKER ISSUE 1 Where There Are Shadows In 1938, Obsidian Bay is a city of the future. It is also infested with villainy and corruption. Crime has slithered its way into every corner of the city, including the police force. Detective Frank Donavin has spent years taking money from the Mancini crime organization. Now Frank is in dire straits, as he is approached with an offer by Kizam Krey, emissary of the city’s mysterious protector, The Stalker. Written by Travis F Huffman Art by Juan Romera Lettered by Kel Nuttall Edited by Travis F Huffman   Review: Corrupt police… Read more »

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Book Review: The Seer’s Secret by Mikea Howard

Book Review: The Seer’s Secret by Mikea Howard

The Seer’s Secret by Mikea Howard is the second book in their Diesel War Series. The Diesel War series is set in a gritty and unique setting filled with interesting and diverse characters….I want more! It was no secret that wasn’t a huge fan of the characters in the first book in this series, The Mechanic’s Mate. I was clear in the review, that the writing and world building totally pulled me in and that I was pretty sure it was just the dynamic of the relationship I wasn’t a fan of. I was right! The Seer’s Secret has a… Read more »

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Interview and Spotlight for An Import of Intrigue by Marshal Ryan Marisca

Interview and Spotlight for An Import of Intrigue by Marshal Ryan Marisca

Welcome! Today I want to talk about a soon-to-be-released fantasy / urban fantasy / mystery book, An Import of Intrigue by Marshall Ryan Maresca. I read the first book earlier this year and it was extremely *cough* Intriguing! I loved the strong female lead and her extremely unique circumstances. I hope you enjoy the author interview and information on An Import of Intrigue! INTERVIEW WITH MARSHALL Welcome to Booked & Loaded, Marshall! Thank you for being available for an interrogation interview!  It has been a while since I have opportunity to interview an author and I feel a little rusty!… Read more »

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Spotlight: Wolf on Board by Heather Long

Spotlight: Wolf on Board by Heather Long

YES! I am so addicted to the Wolves of Willow Bend Series. The newest installment, Wolf on Board, was just released and I cannot wait to start reading it! If you love paranormal romance with shifters, this is a series you want to check out! WOLF ON BOARD Author: Heather Long Series: Wolves of Willow Bend Genre: Paranormal Publisher: Independent Format: Digital Meet Jake Danes of Hudson River, Lone Wolf, avid gamer, extreme sports enthusiast, and surfer.  He’s spent the last two years roaming free, exploring the world and escaping the dark place his pack had become after betrayal and… Read more »

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Book Review: Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews

Book Review: Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews

Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews is the 9th book in the Kate Daniels series. Can just “WOW” be the caption here? Andrews is clearly an unstoppable force in Urban Fantasy.  I am going to start by saying that if you are new to this series and have not read the previous books, STOP what you are doing. Go to your nearest dealer of all things books, put the rest of your TBR pile on hold and begin this journey from the beginning. Do not try to cheat! Do NOT try to see “if you will like it” by starting now…. Read more »

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Spotlight: The Liberal Redneck Manifesto: Draggin’ Dixie Outta the Dark

Spotlight: The Liberal Redneck Manifesto: Draggin’ Dixie Outta the Dark

Look at me, procrastinating writing book reviews! Weeeeee….  Ok, seriously though. Some of you that have been following for a while might have picked up on my quirky views. I mean #authorwtf posts were popping up here and there about political views of authors and just strange shit they choose to align themselves with. One thing remains constant with me, human rights. I can manage to piss off an entire city with my political views, mostly because I don’t fall into some square peg that is apparently expected of voters. The added spice to my already outlandish self, is that… Read more »

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