IMMACULATE CONCEPTION by I.J. Miller

Literary Fiction How IJ Miller has managed to express the pain and anguish of Al, as well as, the neglect that Maddie has experienced is just incredible.  Since she was eight Al was abused, in many ways, by her father and as a result of this is unable to touch anyone or even feel remotely […]

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Nobody Move (Angel City #1) by Philip Elliott

Crime, Thrillers & Mystery Very early on we meet Eddie and Floyd. They have been sent on a job to ‘scare’ one of Saul’s (the big boss man) clients into getting the money he owes him as he is a few days late. But, Eddie, who’s been feeling out of sorts all day thinks that […]

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Comfortable in Hell: The Beginning by Karen Ann Carpenter

A Dark Fantasy Horror  This tale is first in a collection of a woman called Patsy Reilly. Her friend Petra, who is Austrian, has told her about the Austrian Folklore, in particular Krampustreiben, the Krumpus Parade.  Carpenter has kept her promise of a sensual, scary and bizarre novella! We all have that one person that […]

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When It Will Rayne, It Will Pour – By S.C McCormack

Fantasy / Paranormal We meet Rayne Slater. Rayne is a Bounty Hunter / Private Investigator. Pretty much straight away we are introduced to some rude characters who bust into ‘Slater Services’ by means of force. A request for Rayne to find a specific person is given, with little choice to turn it down.  She isn’t […]

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Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Excited by the mere thought of the game. Initially we are introduced to Scarlett who has been writing to the main man, Legend, for a number of years without any success. Until the last letter she sends saying that she will be married soon and it’s ‘probably best’ that Caravel doesn’t come to her this […]

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The diary of a young girl By Anne Frank

This is not a review, just merely my thoughts There are a lot of people out there that do not understand how this diary has become such a phenomenon. We have many thousand of accounts about World War Two and lots of those have been made into novels or films. But this is where I […]

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