This book, and this series, has a lot to offer fans of police/FBI procedurals. I picked up this book during a free download offer and I was happy to discover a new author whose books I can now look forward to reading. There is some backstory from earlier books in the series that is sometimes … More Remnants (Brandon Fisher FBI Series #6), by Carolyn Arnold
Check out the interview posted on FelonyFiction.com — a blog right up my (dark) alley. https://www.felonyfiction.com/crime-fiction.html
Apr. 26th:4 the Love of Audiobooks (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Top 10 List) https://4theloveofaudiobooks.wordpress.com/2020/04/26/audiobook-blog-tour-deadly-enterprise-by-kevin-g-chapman/#more-467The Book Junkie Reads . . . (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)T’s Stuff (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post) https://www.tsstuff.net/2020/04/deadly-enterprise-by-kevin-g-chapman.html#more Apr. 27th:Audiobook News (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt) https://audiobook.news.blog/2020/04/27/audiobook-blog-tour-deadly-enterprise-by-kevin-g-chapman/The Real AudioSpy (Review, Spotlight + Audio Excerpt) https://audiospy.org/2020/04/27/audiobook-blog-your-deadly-enterprise-by-kevin-g-chapman/ — 4-star review: “Excellent story that draws you in from the first … More Audiobook Blog Tour – Deadly Enterprise (Apr. 26 – May 2, 2020)
Science Fiction author Robert J. Sawyer treads a different path in his new historical fiction (and SciFi) novel, The Oppenheimer Alternative. (Currently available for pre-order HERE.) The story is a fictionalized, but still very true to history, depiction of one of the main cogs in the Manhattan Project (or the Manhattan Engineering District, the code … More The Oppenheimer Alternative, by Robert J. Sawyer
If you have a child between the ages of 8 and 12, particularly, but not exclusively, boys, and you’re looking for an activity that will bring you closer together and fight off the video games, you should buy this book and read it to your child/children. Start 45 days before Christmas, and read one chapter … More The Naughty List, by Thomas Conway
Author Steve Lindahl says in the afterward of this lovingly written book that he wanted to tell a story true to the life of the key character, actress Lotta Crabtree, while creating fictional characters who orbited around her. His mission was to write a reasonably accurate historical narrative about the era of the story, which … More Living in a Star’s Light: A novel based on the life of Miss Lotta Crabtree, by Steve Lindahl
Blogger Louise Wise (and her alter-ego, T.E. Kessler) has a site called “Fiction with a Touch of Reality,” where they discuss all variety of fiction writing. Louise invited me to do an interview for her, which included some unique questions that were fun to answer! You can view the interview HERE.