Book Spotlight: Clipped Wings

To celebrate the release of an upcoming documentary, Clipped Wings has received a timely re-release! I am thrilled to share this extraordinary book with all of you today! Please read on for an excerpt from Clipped Wings by Molly Merryman! Clipped Wings: The Rise and Fall of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPS) of World…

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Book Spotlight: That Night

Great news Demon Hunter fans! Azaaa Davis is getting ready to release the third installment in her Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter series! If you haven’t read book #2 That Night yet, you still have time! Read on for details and a chance to win a fabulous giveaway! That Night Publication Date: April 23rd 2019 Genre:…

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Book Spotlight: Constable Outreach 35

Welcome to the blog tour for Constable Outreach 35 by Jay Cadmus! Read on for book details, and a guest post from the author! Constable Outreach 35 Publication Date: April 2018 Genre: Historical Fiction/ Thriller Insurgency forces build against the Sandinista Government of Nicaragua. Story opens in Tegucigalpa during Contra War in 1985. A covert…

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Book Review: War Remnants

Hey bookworms! Recently, I was approached by a bookstagrammer friend of mine to read and review the novella that they wrote. At first, I was a little hesitant because I have interacted with them a bunch on Instagram and was worried that if I didn’t like the book then it would be awkward. The book…

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Book Review: The Occupation of Joe

Book review alert (insert alarm noise and picture a siren flashing)! This one was called The Occupation of Joe by Bill Baynes. It was a short book at only around 115 pages. and I flew through it (read it in one day :)). Synopsis: Tokyo, 1945. A Japanese boy too old for his years, a survivor…

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Book Review: Forgotten Soldiers

Woop woop its Wednesday! Made it halfway through the week 🙂 We have another review for you from our external reviewer Joseph Harrison. This one is called Forgotten Soldiers by Neal Sayatovich. SUMMARY: If you like a story with lots of blood and gore, this story has it and more. The Templars Reborn have taken…

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Book review: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths

Another book completed and added to the library. Another review to be read 🙂 I finished The Mark of Wu: Hidden Paths by Stephen M. Gray. The book was actually pretty good. Picture Mulan but the male character from that movie and instead of being G rated, it’s more of an R rating. I will…

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Book Highlight: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths by Stephen M. Gray

Congratulations to Stephen M. Gray on the release of his book The Mark of Wu – Book One: Hidden Paths. I am currently reviewing this book that was sent to me by Ingram Publisher Services. It is good so far and I am halfway through. Sometimes life gets in the way and stops us from…

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