Hexed (Iron Druid Chronicles #2) Kevin Hearne – Audio Book Review

“Atticus O’Sullivan, last of the Druids, doesn’t care much for witches. Still, he’s about to make nice with the local coven by signing a mutually beneficial nonaggression treaty—when suddenly the witch population in modern-day Tempe, Arizona, quadruples overnight. And the new girls are not just bad, they’re badasses with a dark history on the German side of World War II. With a fallen angel feasting on local high school students, a horde of Bacchants blowing in from Vegas with their… Read more »

Musical Mania Monday – Redemption & Jack White

My top two loves (entertainment speaking here) are Reading and Music.  So I have decided to turn this into a weekly or bi-weekly running post about books I have read and assign them my own theme song.  Now – I know that some artist have play lists for each book.  I love this whole concept, but not all of the authors do this and maybe as a reader I think it resonates a different tone! So for my frist Music Madness Monday I am… Read more »

Shifters In Ascent (Louisiana Shifters Book 1) by Vivian Wood

     Tessa Anderson has been dragged, wide-eyed, into the world of Shifters – beings capable of changing into wolves. Unfortunately for Tessa, her new world is fraught with danger from Shifters and human enemies alike. She finds shelter from the storm with deeply conflicted Shifter Jace Copeland, and a breathless passion is sparked – but when all the secrets come out, Tessa will have to choose who to protect. Shifters In Ascent began face-paced and jumped right into the… Read more »

Poetry & Blasts From the Past – A Random Thought

Sometimes I put random thoughts into blog posts so everyone has evidence of my weirdness.  In writing.   Here is one of those installments. I thought this was appropriate since..it is Friday the 13th *cue creepy music* So a strange thing happened to me the other day.  I am sure this has happened to most of you at some point.  A blast from my past showed up.  I don’t mean like a tiny blast either as in hand grenade.  This was epic proportions big…. Read more »

Redemption by Susannah Sandlin

   “Following a worldwide pandemic whose vaccine left human blood deadly to vampires, the vampire community is on the verge of starvation and panic. Some have fanned into rural areas, where the vaccine was less prevalent, and are taking unsuspecting humans as blood slaves. Others are simply starving, which for a vampire is worse than death—a raging hunger in a creature too weak to feed.             Immune to these struggles—at first—is Penton, a tiny community in rural Chambers County, Alabama,… Read more »