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Get into the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series for free

Get into the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series for free

She Wore Mourning, case #1 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series is currently available for free. This promo will only be running for a limited time, so pick it up now. [...]
Randy's Review of Apple-achian Treasure

Randy’s Review of Apple-achian Treasure

Did you ever go on a treasure hunt as a kid? Do you remember how much fun they were? Do you remember getting excited about every clue? Well, treasure hunter, come on a new adventure with your host P.D. Workman. [...]
Whisper Network speaks loud and clear

Whisper Network speaks loud and clear

I just finished reading Whisper Network by Chandler Baker. It is a Grisham-like legal suspense book about women in society, the workforce, and law in particular. If you are the type who does not like a book with an agenda, this one is not for you, because it is very [...]
It's new release day! Web of Nightmares and more

It’s new release day! Web of Nightmares and more

Psychic Reg Rawlins is hoping to get her life back to normal, or some semblance of it. With the gems she was given by the fairies for saving Calliopia’s life, she doesn’t need to worry about money. Maybe never again. She can just relax, get the sleep she needs, and [...]
John Puller is back, and this time, it's personal

John Puller is back, and this time, it’s personal

David Baldacci is one of my favourite suspense/thriller writers. I picked up The Forgotten, thinking that I hadn't read it before, but I have. But Baldacci's books are detailed enough to read again without getting bored, so I decided to reread it. [...]
Celebrate Cozy Mystery Day with me!

Celebrate Cozy Mystery Day with me!

September 15 is Cozy Mystery Day! Why, you may ask? Because it is Dame Agatha Christie's birthday, and she is widely regarded as the creator of the cozy mystery. A cozy mystery is generally regarded as a mystery with an amateur sleuth like Miss Marple or Murder She Wrote's Jessica [...]
Nicholas Sparks tries his hand at Romantic Suspense

Nicholas Sparks tries his hand at Romantic Suspense

Nicholas Sparks is a popular romance author, a genre which I don't often read. In See Me, however, Sparks tries his hands at romantic suspense, which is more in my wheelhouse. It has been an interesting story so well, with the promise of suspense and intrigue to come. [...]
Fairy Blade Unmade and other freebies

Fairy Blade Unmade and other freebies

Don’t take a pixie on a road trip. Reg Rawlins is taking things one day at a time, which is the best way to approach life when your perception of reality has been shattered beyond recognition. Running her business, learning how to manage her new gifts, and trying to train [...]
James Patterson's The 17th Suspect—The Women's Murder Club does not disappoint

James Patterson’s The 17th Suspect—The Women’s Murder Club does not disappoint

I am currently reading James Patterson's The 17th Suspect (book #17 in The Women's Murder Club series). I have enjoyed a number of the other books in this series, though I couldn't tell you exactly how many. They are always a good read. Clever, familiar characters with heart, a mystery [...]
World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day

September 1 is World Suicide Prevention day. If you've been hanging out here for a while, you know I write a lot about mental health, including depression and suicide. (Keep scrolling down for the contest.) [...]
Back to school - time to hit the books

Back to school – time to hit the books

It is about time to go back to school. Some of you may have started/your kids may have started already. Here, I don't think any of the schools have opened back up yet, but they will be soon. School may be a very different experience this year. Some of you [...]
Excerpt from The Guest List

Excerpt from The Guest List

I am currently reading The Guest List by Lucy Foley. First off, it is praised repeatedly as being reminiscent of Agatha Christie. It is like Agatha Christie insofar as it is a murder mystery with a closed cast of suspects. The characters all have shameful secrets and, I assume later [...]
Fairy Blade Unmade and other new releases

Fairy Blade Unmade and other new releases

Reg Rawlins is back! Fairy Blade Unmade is book #7 in the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator series. It can be read as a standalone or enjoyed as part of the series. If you like your mystery with a side of magical adventure, be sure to pick it up. [...]
Excerpt from The Wrong Side of Goodbye

Excerpt from The Wrong Side of Goodbye

I am reading one of Michael Connelly's Bosch books this week, The Wrong Side of Goodbye. I haven't seen the TV Bosch, soI don't know how faithful he is to the book series, but the Harry Bosch books are a fun read. In this book, Bosch is trying to unwind [...]
International Youth Day 2020

International Youth Day 2020

Today is International Youth Day 2020. I call on leaders and adults everywhere to do everything possible to enable the world’s youth to enjoy lives of safety, dignity and opportunity and contribute to the fullest of their great potential. António Guterres [...]
Excerpt from Hatchett

Excerpt from Hatchett

I am reading the Newbery Award-winning Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. I've always liked survival stories, especially when they involve kids/teens. The book is set in Canada, which is an added bonus, and I didn't realize that it is the first in a series (The Brian Saga). Despite the fact that [...]