• Book Corner

    When you ask your coworkers what they are reading! »

    The other day I was talking to a coworker and she informed me that she had thoroughly enjoyed the novel, Twerp by Mark Goldblatt. Julian is given the opportunity to lighten his punishment after he is involved in an act of bullying. His teacher allows him to keep a journal in hopes that Julian can figure […]

    Where do you hide when you are Invisible? »

    Transparent. Fiona is the first invisible girl. Which makes her the perfect pawn in her crime-boss fathers world. But all she wants is to be a normal 16-year-old. Not the thief, and now murderer, her father wants her to be. Running away with her mother should be easy. Except when you are one-of-kind, everyone knows who […]

    Hair Raising – Kevin J. Anderson »

    Dan Shamble is back on the case with Hair Raising, the third in the Dan Shamble, Zombie PI series.  Kevin J. Anderson’s signature humor, imagery and punny come together as Dan gets involved with a truly hair raising case: someone is scalping the full-time werewolves! Is it their sworn enemies, the “monthlies” or something far […]

    Aliens on Vacation – Clete Smith »

    It is summer and many of us are on vacation or will take at least a week or two off.  And aliens are no different. Aliens Yes, aliens need vacations too.  And in Aliens on Vacation (Intergalactic Bed and Breakfast) by Clete Smith (and illustrations hilariously drawn by Christian Slade) David learns just that. His […]

    Stephen King’s Joyland – House of Horrors »

    Joyland will probably be remembered as a minor entry in Stephen King’s impressive collection of books, but even minor (not to be confused with second-rate) King is more addictively readable than most contemporary authors. The new novel, released in paperback, doesn’t have the epic sweep of Under the Dome or the intricate structure of 11-22-63, […]

    Clark the Shark – Bruce Hale »

    School might be out for the summer, but the story Clark the Shark by Bruce Hale and illustrated by Guy Francis is one that is a must have all year around! Clark is a shark. Clark likes school. But sometimes, Clark is a little rambunctious and the other fish don’t like Clark! What is a poor […]

    Like You and Me – Freaks – Kieran Larwood »

    Once upon a time there was a young girl. Who didn’t look like you and me. She was a wolf girl and was forced to let people stare at her for a few pennies. But one day she finds some friends….freaks like her…and all of a sudden, she finds a home. And a mystery! Sheba […]

    Red Wagon—Imagine What You Can Do »

    I have little children in my life and my favorite gift to give is books. And my most recent find is called, Red Wagon by Renata Liwska.  This simple story shows that imagination can make a simple trip to the store a grand adventure. Bright colors and fun story will make this a must read for […]

    Run Brother Run – Exorcising the Past »

    There is a self-congratulatory undercurrent that wafts through Run, Brother, Run that would be off-putting in most books but, when you finish this one, you will probably grant that author David Berg has earned the right to parcel out some credit upon himself. God knows, the odds were mostly against him right from the start.There […]

    Summer “Must Read” List »

    There are so many books out there.  And, I, like you have a list of books I can’t wait to read. In no order, I’d like to share a few of them with you. Some have been patiently waiting for awhile, some have just out and some are future presentations! Winterveil due in July of […]

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