“Take a 6-night cruise to Bermuda in one night.” — Travelling With Bruce recommends that you read “Lethal Voyage!”

During his weekly Monday evening YouTube show, Bruce Frommert from Travelling With Bruce (one of the world’s leading authorities on cruising) explained how much he enjoyed reading Lethal Voyage, and why you should definitely read it if you like cruising.

The last thing he told me, by Laura Dave [Review]

This bestseller and Reese’s Book Club selection is my book club’s January read. Based on the hype and the 60,000 reviews on Amazon, I had high expectations. The book did not live up to them. I’m certainly not the target audience, and I’ll admit that, as a male, I may be missing the emotional connection … More The last thing he told me, by Laura Dave [Review]

The Reeking Hegs, by Pete Peru and Lord Tupelo [Review]

This book is its own genre, to be categorized as gibberish satire fantasy adventure. I happen to be a fan of James Joyce, and have a dog-eared copy of Ulysses on my bookshelf. The Reeking Hegs starts out as a kind of retelling of The Odyssey, written in even more impenetrably language than Joyce, with … More The Reeking Hegs, by Pete Peru and Lord Tupelo [Review]

Dark Ride Deception (Nostalgia City Mysteries Book 4), by Mark S. Bacon [Review]

This is my first dive into Mark S. Bacon’s Nostalgia City Mysteries, and it was a worthwhile read. The author oddly chose not to identify the protagonist, Lyle, as a former cop, now working as a cab driver in the Nostalgia City theme park – and occasionally doing investigation work for the park’s owner – … More Dark Ride Deception (Nostalgia City Mysteries Book 4), by Mark S. Bacon [Review]

A Milestone

Today, November 23rd (OK, it’s technically tomorrow, but it’s nearly 11 p.m.), with the Kindle launch of Perilous Gambit, the Mike Stoneman Thriller series is officially a series. I know, you can be a series at 3 books, and 4 books is nice, but getting to 5 books makes it a legitimate series. Plus, there’s … More A Milestone