Posts Tagged: paranormal

Third Grave Dead Ahead, by Darynda Jones

  Third Grave Dead Ahead is the third book of the Grave series. Charley Davidson is The Reaper.  Albeit, not your stereotypical kind.  Charley is a self employed PI           who works out of an office above her fathers bar.  Charley helps the local law enforcement solve cases    by working side by side with her uncle.  Charley has a slight advantage over other investigators.   She can communicate with the departed that have remained here. Charley’s… Read more »

First Grave on the Right, Darynda Jones

First Grave on the Right is a novel by Darynda Jones and is the first book of her Grave series.  This book is witty, original, and contagious. Charley Davidson is The Reaper.  Please leave your preconceived beliefs at the door.   Charley is young, cute, a total smart ass, and well… sparkly. Charley comes from a family of law enforcement officers who have boosted their careers due to Charley’s ability to speak to the dead that have remained on our plane.  Charley attempts to get… Read more »

Raven Cursed, A Jane Yellowrock Novel, by Faith Hunter

Not all women can pull off “serious bad-ass” without coming off as if they are trying to overcompensate, but Faith Hunter pulls it off with Jane Yellowrock, and pulls it off with grace. Leather – Check, Loads of Knives – Check, Guns – Check, unholy loud motorcycles – check. Yep, Bad-Ass. Although I suppose when you have the 2 souls and one of them is a Mountain Lion, bad-ass comes a little more naturally.   Raven Cursed is the 4th book… Read more »

Introduction

Hello bookends!  I am Annie and I am attempting this little thing called blogging.  My blog will be about a very specific area.  BOOKS.  Duh.  More specifically paranormal books.    My motivation for this Blog is my upcoming vacation in August.  Me and the girls will be headed to the Big Easy for Author’s After Dark Summer Camp!  This has started a flurry of excitement and an incredibly long spreadsheet of authors and books, made by yours truly.   So upon realizing… Read more »