Posts Tagged: thriller

Spotlight & Interview ~ Titanshade by Dan Stout

Spotlight & Interview ~ Titanshade by Dan Stout

If everything is going according to plan, I am currently sitting beachside with a copy of Titanshade in one hand and a margarita in the other! **If everything is not going according to the plan, someone might want to send bail money.  After vacation edit: I survived. No bail money required!! I was grateful enough to start Titanshade beachside and hope to finish it by the end of the month!  But, you are not here to talk about my beach adventures…. Read more »

Book Review: The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones

Book Review: The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones

  The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones is a dystopian thriller – with mutant ticks. I picked up this books based on this tag line: “Jones brings strong diverse female protagonists who dominate the plot line, controlling their own stories instead of furthering those of male leads.” This is where a lot of my confusion and frustration is based. There is honestly NO good way to write this review without it being 100% spoiler free. You have been warned rage ahead….. Read more »

Book Review: Chelsea Avenue by Armand Rosamilia

Book Review: Chelsea Avenue by Armand Rosamilia

Chelsea Avenue by Armand Rosamilia is thriller with some paranormal roots. Focused on a certain location with a mighty entity, who happened to have some serious sibling rivalry issues, Rosamilia takes you on a unique journey into the dark side. Chelsea Avenue is an entertaining read. I love horror and thrillers, especially when a paranormal aspect is mingled in. The point-of-views bounced around to different characters, all of whom survived a building fire at the club Murphy’s Law  in 1987. Rosamilia… Read more »