Hello, My fellow deep diving explorers of those unexplainable and eclectic creations, we call books. Thrillers, crime novels, etc., any type of reading is great of course, and in the form of a novel, or novellas, maybe even a trilogy, we set upon our stories, characters, worlds, and horrors, sometimes in just a few minutes but … Continue reading Mid Year 2021: Ebay & Subterranean Press book binging, SPSFC, author appreciation, and the search for some sort of purpose…again.
Please visit the tour page to see the other awesome people that are participating on the tour as well as a great opportunity to see some different viewpoints on this really cool book: http://zooloosbookdiary.co.uk/ Let's all get on the "same page" and get a taste of what we are in for with a professionally written … Continue reading The Abdication By Justin Newland – Book Tour by Zooloos Book Tours
https://www.storytellersontour.online/2021/05/25/book-tour-sairos-claw-by-virginia-mcclain/ Book Information POSSIBLE ULTIMATE TOUR EXPERIENCE TICKETS: An Unforgettable Sidekick, Represent, UnderThe Sea, It’s All About The Journey, That Ship Has Sailed, Love Actually, The More The Merrier, ThePack Is Back In Town, Blood Suckers, A Villain You Love To Hate Sairō’s Claw by Virginia McClainSeries: Gensokai Kaigai (#1), Chronicles of Gensokai (#3)Published: May … Continue reading Sairō’s Claw By Virginia McClain Book Review / Storytellers On Tour Event
Blurb The Houndstooth has forever loomed over Ruska. A towering black tree with indestructible bark, it seals away powerful dark magic. But its bark is cracking and this magic is leaking, threatening to extinguish all life in the valley.Six individuals are infected with this foul magic, imbued with unnatural abilities called Blights. Coal is their … Continue reading Mother Pig by Travis M. Riddle – Book Review
Thank you all for visiting for my review of the new Jonathan Nevair, wonderfully tense and polished space opera, Goodbye To The Sun. This is also an event sponsored by Storytellers On Tour, and you have landed on Day Three. Make sure to follow the other hosts as well as they are all awesome folks. … Continue reading Goodbye To The Sun By Jonathan Nevair Book Review & Book Tour
CoverArt http://derangeddoctordesign.com Buy the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LMSGFDB/ Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55760138-flesh-eater Thank you for paying a visit to OllieSpot. My posts have been rare for a few months now. Life's difficulties had progressively consumed any creative thoughts or projects I had hoped to complete in my spare time. The worst is how those worries, played on repeat in … Continue reading Flesh Eater by Travis M. Riddle ~ Book One Of Houndstooth
Synopsis In a devastated cityscape, a lone man fights off creatures of fearsome power: white, winged, serenely impassive, and capable of terrifying transformations… Decades later, in a desolate American southwest, a meager colony of human survivors ekes out a precarious existence between dwindling water supplies and magnetic shields that screen them from roving bands of … Continue reading Elecboy By Jaouen Salaün – Graphic Novel Review
Book Review and Reaction Welcome all, and thank you for stopping as I host todays FlameTreePress Blog Tour Event for Brian Pinkertons shiny new release called The Nirvana Effect. Make sure you visit the other hosts sites to check their awesome content. Thank you to Anne Cater and The Random Things Blog Tours for giving … Continue reading Blog Tour > The Nirvana Effect By Brian Pinkerton > @Flame Tree Press
My Book Review of The Nirvana Effect By Brian Pinkerton - for the FlameTreePress Blog Tour, will soon be live!!!
Links GoodreadsTantor MediaAmazon UKAmazon Synopsis From New York Times bestselling author Peter F. Hamilton comes his first audio original, A Hole in the Sky, Book 1 in the Arkship Trilogy. Sixteen-year-old Hazel lives in the Daedalus, a starship that is flying in search of a new world. The ship has been traveling for five hundred years, searching for a … Continue reading A Hole In The Sky By Peter F. Hamilton – Book Review